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Texas and California - Comparing State Governments

Texas and California – Comparing State Governments: This 8-page comparative essay examines the state governments of Texas and California relevant to their political culture, branches of government and noteworthy, disparate issues. It should come as no surprise that different states in the U.S. have divergent socio-political systems. Yet often, they are unexpectedly similar. Bibliography lists 8 sources. SNTexas1.doc

U.S. Politics / Assorted Short Essays : Contains several essays

3 pages on public opinion polls; their usefulness positive & negative aspects etc; 3 pages on electoral politics, political parties in the U.S. etc; 1 1/2 pages on the decline of party influence in U.S. politics, and 1 1/2 pages on suffrage in voting rights. No bibliography. (use description on order form-- i.e., "Electoral Politics"--3 pages--to request individual essays).

Democratic Accountability and E-Government

This 24 page report discusses the ideals and goals of democratic accountability in relationship to the ongoing development of electronic process in government or “e-government.” Government is moving in the same direction as much of the world in terms of utilizing information technology in communication, commerce, research, and a vast array of other applications of which the average American knows little. That means that issues of accountability must be carefully addressed in terms of the acceptance and implementation of further efforts to change the government of the USA to that of the “e-USA.” Bibliography lists 15 sources.

Tarnished Badges - The History of Corruption in the Police Department

A 6-page essay that traces the history of the American police department and the corruption that has hindered it from its early beginnings. A look at early police involvement with politics is included, as well as a look at the corruption that resulted from the association of the department with organized crime during America’s prohibition era. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Fifty Cents A Bottle -- Government Takeover Of The Illegal Drug Industry

A 3 page essay advocating the government takeover of the drug industry as a means to reduce the industry's involvement with organized crime. The writer creatively describes the effectiveness of a society in which the government sells drugs at "50 cents per bottle" -- marked with strict health warnings. Thus, other advantages to this system are cited as well, including product safety and standardization. No external sources.

Vietnam POWs

A 7 page research paper that examines pertinent questions concerning the men who were held captive during the Vietnam War. The writer, first of all, looks at rescue efforts and the politics that have surrounded the question as to whether or not POW/MIAs are still being held in Vietnam. Then the writer examines the feelings and lives of the men who survived. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Frankfurt: "On Bullshit"

This 3 page paper discusses Harry Frankfurt's essay "On Bullshit," explaining how Frankfurt defines it and giving two examples of BS, one from the media and one from politics. Bibliography lists

Examining Rhetoric: Orwell’s Essay ”Politics and the English Language”

This 4 page paper critiques George Orwell’s essay “Politics and the English Language.” Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Crime in Japan: Improvements in Education, Employment, Penalties and Monitoring of Drugs

This is a 4 page paper discussing crime in Japan and recent government reforms in relation to decreasing the crime rate. A recent increase in the crime rate in Japan over the past decade has prompted the Japanese government to implement improvement policies in the areas of education, employment, increased penalties and monitoring of the drug trade. Education and employment reforms have included those which take into account the importance of continued education, social factors related to crime, and the maintenance and re-education of workers within the labor market. Considerations in the law enforcement disciplines have included lowering the age at which young offenders can be tried for criminal offenses, strict public fire arm restrictions and international cooperation in regards to the drug trade and market. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Tradelink Case Study

This 10 page paper examines a case study of Tradelink and their attempts to provide electronic commerce services for small and medium sized enterprises (SME’s) in Hong Kong under a government franchise. The paper answers 6 questions; What are the deciding factors in SMEs’ adoption of electronic commerce, what other areas of electronic commerce services could the company offer, what importance is the infrastructure for electronic commerce in determining Hong Kong’s competitiveness, should the company take part in a collaboration and if so how this could be achieved, and what advantages may be realised as a result of having the government franchise. The bibliography cites 2 sources.


This 4-page paper covers the essay question: does the Chicago Tribune support its former credo: “A newspaper is an institution created by modern civilization which relates the news of the day, leads and informs public opinion, fosters commerce and industry, and creates a check upon government (Federal, State, County and Municipal) that no constitution has ever been able to provide."

Should Anthrax Vaccine Be Mandatory For Military

A 4 page paper. The government requires all military to have certain inoculations, based on where they are serving. The danger of anthrax exists in some countries and the military has mandated all military personnel to get the anthrax vaccine. This has caused a furor. This essay discusses the objections voiced and recent reports from various agencies testifying to the effectiveness and safety of this vaccine. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Electronic Government

This 10 page paper examines electronic government. Korea and Japan are used as case studies. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

Why E-Commerce Should Not Be Regulated

This 5 page paper provides an overview of e-commerce and argues that it should not be regulated by government. Several issues are addressed, inclusive but not limited to taxation and privacy. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Montesquieu, Pope, Rousseau, and Voltaire / Religion & Government

A 5 page paper comparing the writing and opinions of Baron De Montesquieu, ('The Persian Letters') Alexander Pope ('Essay on Man'), Voltaire ('Candide'), and Rousseau ('Discourse on Inequality') in terms of their views on government and religion.

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