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Of Regulatory Law

I imagine that most of my readership will be familiar with the term "regulatory law," or at least its definitions, and if not that, then at least its currently existing examples. When I speak of regulatory law, I am speaking of laws imposed (either by a collective will or by coercion of a ruler) on the public, which seek to regulate certain activities in order to prevent certain corruption, excesses, and other undesirable effects. A regulation is not a prohibition -- it doesn't cut off the stream, so much as it narrows the channel. The idea behind a regulatory law is that to cut it off completely, or to let it flow unhindered, that both of these extreme policies are either impractical, impossible, or produce more harm than good.

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Macedonia's Economy 2008 - Dialog with Dan Doncev

Macedonia's economy is thriving - or, is it merely a sleight of hand?

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Spirituality Information - Crush This Economy !

Lecturer, entrepreneur and Fortune 500 business consultant, Vish Writer is the author of the Amazon No 1 bestseller, "The Joy of Becoming God" For more information, visit: http://www.spiritual-simplicity.com

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The Benefits of Vacuum Cleaning at Home

The Benefits of vacuum cleaning at Home with the ultimate cord-free design are easy to keep in mind. If you have pets, pet hair can be very tough to eliminate, specifically as carpets and upholstery materials. A cord-free quality vacuum cleaner with a motorized brush is the best choice for embedded hair trap, and it appears to be great for cleaning the whole carpet.

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Appeal to American Workers

"...man seems to be in a worse state even than the brutes..." -- Samuel von Pufendorf, "On the Duty of Man and Citizen," Book 1, Chapter 3

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Industrial Labor Versus Domestic Labor

Introduction When an economic treatise is composed, there is almost no doubt that it is one based on a system of free, or somewhat limited, trade. The reason for that is quite easy to understand. Economics is a siocological study: it seeks to grasp and understand the fluctuation and mechanics of the interaction between people of the same society. In an economic system wheret he people are free to buy or sell anything they own at any price they want, there is a fervent interest of sociologists to understand what the rules of exchange are -- such sociologists who are known as economists.

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How to Improve the US Economy - A Political Perspective

Many people like to talk about the US economy and the direction our country is heading under the Obama administration. This article provides a more pragmatic examination from a political perspective, of how an improvement of the US economy can be achieved. The information presented here is based on the premise that in the end, it is the American people who know what is best for Americans, and not government officials.

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Currency Value - A List of Determinants

This article provides a list of the most important factors which determine a country's currency value. It is these factors which determine the perception of a potential purchaser of a country's currency. And it is the potential currency purchaser which ultimately determines the demand and subsequent value for that currency. Here you will find a discussion about these factors.

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Anti-Terrorism Business

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Recession, Business & the Government

It's no secret that our economy is hurting right now. Some people say recession other's are afraid to use that word. Can the government help your economic woes? Read this article and find out.

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Economy Of Boston

The economy of a state plays a very vital role in the progress and the prosperity of the state. Economy is such a thing on which the status of that specific state lies. From the economy of the state people can judge the level of that state and their attitude towards their hard work and progress.

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A Hidden Road To Recovery? The Magic Money Tree We Had All Along

For many countries all across the world, debt has rapidly piled up due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The question of how to pay back this debt usually results in spending cuts or tax increases being suggested, but is there another way?

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6 critical success factors of a sharing economy platform

A business is successful depending upon many factors – Having a good vision of the company, imperative knowledge of the future economy, having a team backboned with experienced and specialized people, and a great leader to get the ball rolling.

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Are Fidel Castro's Days Numbered?

The Cuban leader Fidel Castro is making attempts to drag his country out of the guagmire he has landed it in since rejecting adopting market economic principles when its sponsor, the Soviet Union, fell apart in 1991. Even though his way of doing it -telling the Cuban population to save on energy and work harder- is not immediately likely to effect much change, perhaps his efforts evidence that the Cuban leader is losing hope of an impending end to the US trade embargo on his own terms.

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Practical Applications of Society in an Anarcho-Communist Community

Dedication... To my street brother Twitch ("Brent Ballzner" to the police departments and governments)... The man who taught me how to fight with a butterfly knife, who always had my back wherever I went, and though he had lived on the fringes of poverty all of his existence, he will always be rich with friends, and his heart will never be bankrupt... And when I was taken from my prison tier, to go to trial, I looked into the court room, and I saw my brother Twitch, holding my trench coat and smiling at me, letting me know that nobody stole it from the squat... And there are few times I have ever been so cheered up.

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