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Analyze John Locke’s and Adam Smith’s perceptions of labor and property

| October 9, 2016

Analyze John Locke’s and Adam Smith’s perceptions of labor and property. Review the material on John Locke and Adam Smith where they discussed labor and property and construct your answer into the following 3 parts: Part 1: This section must be at least 1 paragraph with a minimum of 100 words. America’s entire economic system depends […]

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“Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau:

| October 9, 2016

You will prepare your Research Paper on the topic “Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau: Who Has the Most Scripturally Correct Theory of Government?” Choose 1 of the 3 philosophers, and then compare and contrast all 3 philosophers on such topics as: human nature, natural law, human law, origin of government, purpose of government, civil disobedience, right […]

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difference between a unitary state and a federal state.

| October 9, 2016

Question #1 Briefly explain the difference between a unitary state and a federal state. Your response should be at least 75 words in length.   Question #2 Explain the principles of constitutional design. In your opinion, does the U.S.  Constitution meet these principles? Explain why. Your response should be at least 200 words in length. […]

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Mass Communication

| October 9, 2016

read this: CONTEMPORARY analysis – http://www.telegraph.co.uk/radio/what-to-listen-to/the-war-of-the-worlds-panic-was-a-myth/ – then listen to: ORIGINAL broadcast – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xs0K4ApWl4g for your post imagine tuning into the middle of the show and hearing the story unfold. would the radio play panic folks enough to make them believe they were being invaded by ‘aliens’ from mars? give some key details from the […]

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president’s political power

| October 9, 2016

Reflect: As the textbook author asserts, the Framers intentionally designed a process for selecting presidents that would minimize the president’s political power – the Electoral College. They hoped this institution would insulate the chief executive from the public because they feared the power of presidents who might be elected by the people. However, the Electoral […]

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strategic preparedness cycle

| October 9, 2016

There is a major need for each step of the strategic preparedness cycle. Planning: This initiates a conversation to fill the needs that can be foreseen in a give disaster. As a result any active plans in place can aid in mitigation of the impact of disasters. This could be anything from building levees to using fire resistant […]

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“rule of law” and its limits on public administrators,

| October 9, 2016

“Principles and Processes.” Please respond to the following: Based upon the “rule of law” and its limits on public administrators, explain why a public administrator should not falsely conclude that they necessarily can alter human behavior merely by passing a law. Morality varies across and within societies and creates many commonalities that are essential to […]

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Understanding the Law

| October 9, 2016

“Understanding the Law.” Please respond to the following: For public administrators, analyze the possible benefits of a public administrator knowing how to research regulation. Determine which of your listed benefits is the strongest and state why. Using the Marbury v. Madison, consider how difficult it is to sort out the facts and rulings of the […]

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The Role of a Leader in the Public Sector

| October 9, 2016

“The Role of a Leader in the Public Sector” Please respond to the following: Note: Online students, please respond to two (2) of the following three (3) bulleted items. ·         From the weekly readings and first e-Activity, provide two (2) examples of the primary manner in which two (2) of the theories support or do […]

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phyllis young

| October 9, 2016

Since your graduation from the AIU Online Campus, you have decided to pursue a career in corrections. After going through the application process for 16 months, you have been hired as a Federal Correctional Officer in your home state; it is very unusual for someone to graduate and then go directly into federal service. The warden […]

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