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A Comparison of the Official Web Sites of the Democrats and the Republicans
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A 4 page comparison of the web presence of these two political parties. This paper compares and contrasts the official web sites pointing out formatting and information differences. The author asserts that both parties pride themselves on providing information to the voting public but with just a brief review it becomes obvious that much of this information is really disinformation, information designed to cloud and confuse the facts. One party, however, is perhaps more guilty of this than is the other. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPpolPr2.rtf

A Critical Analysis of John Hospers’ “Argument Against Skepticism”
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This is a 5 page report analyzing John Hospers’ “Argument Against Skepticism”. John Hospers’ “Argument Against Skepticism” provides several requirements and conditions for “knowing”: propositions must be true, must be believed to be true and evidence must be available in support of the propositions. The question of evidence remains controversial for the most part as Hospers and critics submit that the degree of evidence must be good enough for those to believe it. “Knowing” is also considered by Hospers to have a “weak” and “strong” sense in which a “weak” sense is used by most people on a daily basis and is based on individuals’ having good reason to belief a proposition is true based on the evidence whereas a “strong” sense of knowing has absolutely conclusive evidence in support of it and is what interests philosophers the most. Hospers’ arguments differ from that of Descartes and also a great deal from the hypotheses presented by the skeptics; Descartes with the concept that knowledge itself proves existence and the skeptics presenting that nothing is known for certain. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TJskept1.rtf

A Liberalism Approach to Abortion
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This 5 page paper considers is the ethical consideration of abortion from a conservative, liberal and libertarianism perspective. The writer argues that the correct ethical approach should be that of a liberal approach. The bibliography cites 2 courses.
Filename: TEabortl.wps

A Local Gasoline Tax Will Benefit Marion County, Florida
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This 3 page paper examines the problem with roads in this county. Is a gas tax necessary? This paper argues that it is. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA611Fla.rtf

A Local Smoking Ban: Controversy Verses Reason
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A 5 page perspective on a local smoking ban. Written from the perspective of a non-smoker, this paper presents the evidence that makes it clear that the ban is in the best interest of both non-smokers and smokers. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPsmokingBan.rtf

A New Neshaminy High School
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A 9 page paper which examines the pros and cons of building a new high school in Neshaminy, PA. The paper also provides an outline of the subject matter. The paper argues in favor of building a new high school. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: RAnesham.rtf

A NEW ORDER: IMAGINING LIFE WITHOUT ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS
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This 3 page paper discusses the illegal immigration arguments pro/con. Examples given. New York Times article by Dean Murphy utilized. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: MBusim.rtf

A Paper on Argumentation
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In modern society there is such a plethora of information as well as a myriad of modes of acquiring information that it is difficult for the individual to fully comprehend all aspects of a problem in order to come to a decision or an opinion. This 7 page tutorial explains the process of developing a paper based on analyze, interpretation and argumentation. The thesis for the paper is: an individual must seek sources outside the media in order to make an informed decision. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: KTargues.wps

A Persuasive Speech on the Significance of the Chinese New Year
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This 3 page paper provides an outline of a persuasive speech on the significance of the Chinese New Year. This paper considers factors like the impact on the Chinese culture as a whole. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MHChinNY.rtf

A Philosophical and Theological Analysis of Same Sex Marriages
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A 12 page overview of the many issues surrounding same-sex marriages. The author reviews same-sex marriages from the perspective of how they impact society as a whole and, providing a review of the history of developments in churches in particular, evaluates those impacts under the utilitarian, deontological, and theological realms of philosophy. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Filename: PPgayMr2.rtf

A position argument for an academic audience
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A paper which sets out the structure and format to be followed when writing a position paper for an academic audience, including Aristotle's three elements of rhetoric. The example chosen for the position paper is the deregulation of the Internet, in the context of censorship and free speech. Bibliography lists 5 sources
Filename: JLargconr.rtf

A Position on Bluestone’s Essay “The Inequality Express”
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This is a 6 page position paper in regards to Barry Bluestone’s essay “The Inequality Express”. In his paper “The Inequality Express”, Barry Bluestone (1996) discusses aspects of the trends predicted by British sociologist Michael Young in his 1958 book “The Rise of Meritocracy, 1870-2033” in which an individual’s socioeconomic status would no longer be based on lineage or family connections but instead on the differences of education, intelligence, experience and effort by the year 2034. While Bluestone writes that he has not seen such a revolution yet within society he and other social economists believe that there are three clearly defined trends which are consistent: that the distribution of earnings (in the U.S. and the U.K.) reflect the distribution of formal education in the workforce; “the gap in earning between the well educated and the not-so-well educated is steadily increasing”; and, the standard of living for those who are less educated is declining. Despite these trends, Bluestone and his colleagues present possible solutions to the end of inequality; most of which seem unlikely in today’s global free market society. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: TJpospr1.rtf

A POSITION PAPER: BUSH WOULD BE A BETER PRESIDENT IF
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This 4 page paper argues that Bush needs to spend as much time and energy on the health care crises in the country as he does on the War on Terrorism. Examples and quotes given. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MBwbush.rtf

A Rebuttal to "Smash Thy Neighbor"
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This 5 page paper takes the form of a letter to the editor in which a football coach takes exception to the remarks of ex-player John McMurtry in his article about football, "Smash Thy Neighbor." Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: HVSmash.rtf


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