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Analysis of the Federalist Papers

The Federalist Papers are a series of 85 essays arguing in favor of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution.

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'Indian politics has a new star' ‎(Rediff - Engineering College Chennai)

The fact that 200 million people have shown the willpower and 'national identity' to hand down -- on two successive occasions in the past five years -- such cohesive mandates to two regional parties to lead their government in Lucknow shows the powerful yearning for federalism in our country, notes M K Bhadrakumar.

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The Plan for Iraq

When I allow my trained attack dog out of the yard to run the streets, I am ... for any damage the dog does. The Bible says so and modern ... law says so. Careless dog owners are locked

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Congress Centres

Planning a congress meeting or a convention can be very stressful. One of the key elements to the planning is finding a venue to host the event. There are thousands of congress centres located throughout the United Kingdom.

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The Constitution of the United States

The Constitution delegates power to the three arms of government; the executive, legislature, and the judiciary. The powers can either be enumerated or implied. Enumerated powers are expressly listed in the constitution. On the other hand, the implied powers are not explicitly described in the constitution.

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Independence Day India : Four things you should know about Partition and this historically important

Independence Day India is a highly significant public holiday that marks the major turning point the country became independent from the Uk. This has been announced officially on August 15, 1947, making the 72nd Independence Day of this India. India not just to become independent on this day, but India and Pakistan were separated. Partition witnessed the dispersion of billions and street protests, the impacts of which persist today for both countries.

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What does the Government have to Fear of the People?

Part 1: Introduction"...subjects having no law but the will of their master, and their master no restraint but his passions, all notions of good and all principles of equity again vanish."-- Jean Jacques Rousseau, ["A Discourse on the Origin of Inequality Among Men," by Jean Jacques Rousseau, 1754, Translated by G. D. H. Cole, Second Part.]

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McCulloch v. Maryland

McCollugh v. Maryland was a landmark case that steered the course of American History. It was essential in separating state and federal government powers regarding 'Necessary and proper Clause'.

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A Look into Congress Insider Trading

A recent study by the Social Science Research Network strongly suggests that members of Congress has been using their access to private company informations for their own advantage. These “insider information” are being unfairly used by our governing body, the very same people who are supposed to ensure fair trade.

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NACA and NASA, Part I

Authors: Relly Victoria Virgil Petrescu and Florian Ion Tiberiu Petrescu

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The Runaway National Debt

The CBO projects that our budget deficit will reach almost $1.5 trillion this year. How did we get here? A look at three groups that have controlled Congress.

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A Look at Reconstruction in History

Following the American Civil War was a process known as reconstruction where the Union (or the North) tried to matriculate the southern states back into the fabric of a new unified America.

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Iraq, the Kurds, and Israel: Entwined Futures

Israel will never support Kurdish independence and the ensuing destabilization of the Middle East.

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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

Subhas Chandra Bose was a significant figure in the Indian independence movement who revived and led the Indian National Army. He was also known as ‘Netaji’.

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