The Logic of Religious Politics and Political Religion

Religion in the United States has traditionally played a significant role. At all times, America has been a virgin land for many religious beliefs, as well as enjoyed the effect of non-interference of the state in religious practice. The US has become a very comfortable haven for various foreign religious conglomerations.

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Theoretical Explanations: The Assessment Process

Assessment is critical in the field of social work and it basically entails the collection of diverse information that is related to the client using an appropriate social work theory and framework to come up with a plan that addresses a particular situation, while involving all parties and levels. In the light of this, the first notable assessment concept is the biological aspect of the client, which involves gathering the information that...

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Social Policies and Upward Mobility

Sociologists believe that a person's social location whether within a nation or community is based on his family's resources, which determine his/her quality of life, life chances, and social mobility. In the current paper, I will support the sociologists’ position that there is a direct relationship between personal and family stability and community stability.

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Fair Tax Act 2012

While the American taxation system seems quite complicated, there is a feeling that the current system has numerous not addressed issues and, thus allows big corporations and the wealthy people to escape paying a share of their taxes as required. Therefore, to curb the problem, the American 112th Congress proposed the Fair Tax Act to replace an income tax with a sales tax.

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Portrait of Mao Zedong

The twentieth century China had grown to be an industrialized socialist state. Through the leadership of Mao Zedong, the state transformed from the nation of illiterate people to a well-industrialized nation (Rice, 1974). The leader was very determined to see a great country and he led a sequence of campaigns that sometimes got violent to transform his agricultural society to a modern industrialized one.

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The Sacred Willow in Context

In the chapter entitled “Just Cause,” Duong Van Mai Elliot came to a realization that the communist trickery or cleverness made the Americans lose. The just cause, which comprised of nationalism, that drove the Americans out and cut their fatherland into two parts before reunifying was meant to make the poor people to have a better future. The communists had a greater vision beyond the popular cause which involved organization of the people and supporting them to acquire victory.

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