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Whether to charge the corrupt official

a) Whether to charge the corrupt official No, this is non- negotiable. The integrity of the government official is strictly non-negotiable. As from the Prime Minister point of view although removing the unpopular move will be unpopular, the reputation for incorruptibility would be destroyed. As the Minister for Defence have expressed our country was built Read More

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The rise of the Republican Party

a) Explain the current success being enjoyed by the Republicans. (20) The rise of the Republican Party in the mid 1990’s, event driven politics, the shifting demographics of America, redistricting and the distribution of the vote. The sweeping gains made by the party in the 1994 mid-term elections, the resurgence of the right of the Read More

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Opposition to the New Deal

* Roosevelt initially tried to ‘pack the court’ by proposing constitutional change to create more Democrat sympathetic judges. This went far too far! * His 1936 election victory enabled him to claim more support from the people and he was able to quickly introduce more legislation to cover that which the Court had struck down. Read More

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Analysis of Editorials

Andrew Bolt’s editorial from the Herald Sun, March 3rd 2003, addresses conservative people concerned with Parliament. He argues critically and forcefully against Kirstie Marshall’s rights to breastfeed her 11-day-old baby Charlotte, in State Parliament. In contrast the editorial taken from The Age February 28th 2003, addresses women or people concerned with women’s rights. They argue Read More

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September Assessment one: Conservative Supremacy

1. Sources one and two do provide an insight into the reasons for conservative ascendancy during the last two decades of the nineteenth century. However there is vast disparity, between the sources when discussing as to why this ascendancy occurred. Source one attributes the rise in conservative support, and subsequent greater majority of votes, to Read More

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Agenda for change

According to Pendleton, D and King, J, effective organisations have strong values and successful leaders help organisations articulate their values and live by them. We believe this is very important for NHS because this is one of the main reasons why NHS has flourished over the years because it has resisted changes which are not Read More

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Why Did The Leveller Movement Fail To Achieve Its Political And Religious Objectives In The Search For Settlement After The Civil War

As the Civil War drew to an end, the emergence of many radical groups became noticeable. The collapse of authority meant that they could now come of hiding, debate in public and develop their ideas. One of the radical groups that emerged were, as named by their opponents, the ‘Levellers’, as they wished to level Read More