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What were the five main reasons the Articles of Confederation failed,and why?


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Why did articles of confederation fail? The Articles of Confederation failed because they did not give Congress and the national government enough power. The new United States just fought a war to end what they considered tyrannical rule of a strong government that overpowered local government and the leaders of the U.S. feared a powerful central government.

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Describe embalming


Embalming is the art and science of preserving human remains by treating them (in its modern form with chemicals) to forestall decomposition. The intention is to keep them suitable for public display at a funeral, for religious reasons, or for medical and scientific purposes such as their use as anatomical specimens.[1] The three goals of embalming are sanitization, presentation and preservation (or restoration). Embalming has a very long and cross-cultural history, with many cultures giving the embalming processes a greater religious meaning.
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What is tbe difference between socialism and communism?


Socialism is government programs for the well being of the general public, society, so the government will give hand outs expecting nothing in return. The system is dedicated to the society.

Communism is when the government sets achievable goals, goals have to be achieved by the general public under the supervision of the government then any benefits from the labor/production/etc. will be shared among the community (ideally).

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In the United States just about any personal information you provide on a form, application, public document, voter registration, retail store rewards card, sweepstakes entry, magazine subscription, court records, and even marriage & divorce records plus a growing number of other types of data are considered public records.

Public records are documents or pieces of information that are not considered confidential. TheFreedom of information legislation aka Freedom of Information Act comprises laws that guarantee access to data held by the state. They establish a "right-to-know" legal process by which requests may be made for government-held information, to be received freely or at minimal cost, barring standard exceptions. Also variously referred to as open records or (especially in the United States) sunshine laws, governments are also typically bound by a duty to publish and promote openness. The U.S government has access to billions of records, many of which are considered public.

Online Information websites sell (or give freely) the personal information of individuals typically obtained from public records (as indicated above) as well as premium or proprietary records obtained from third party data aggregators. These data aggregators obtain data from thousands of sources and can include a myriad of personal information

These online information brokers (also known asdata brokersordata vendors) gather personal information from many sources including white pages listings (directory assistance), publicly-available sources and public records. Some information brokers also offer the ability to conduct social searches which gather information by searching public profiles on social networking sites and from various other internet sites where data is readily available.

The practice of locating information in published white pages and public records and displaying them on web sites is not illegal; there are hundreds of data broker web sites you can visit. Some include opt-out instructions.

Here is more information regarding data brokers: http://www.privacyrights.org/ar/infobrokers.htm

Public officials the right to have their personal information blocked. A Public official in California is defined in California Government Code Sections 6254.21 and 6254.24.

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Is politics an art or a science? is politics dirty?why? compare the different fields of study/science to political science.


Whether politics is a science or an art is perhaps a matter of interpretation. However, as you mention, politics is widely considered as belonging to the realm of science. Perhaps a reason for this is that politics is concerned with control and regulation. Thus, politics is associated with measurable concepts.The arts, on the other hand, are more typically associated with immeasurable and even infinitive concepts.
Artists often strive to portray the undefinable and immeasurable. As well, the arts are often concerned with an individual and solitary creator. Politics, in contrast, is largely concerned withcommunity and groups. Despite this, many politicians would say that art certainly comes into the practice of politics. After all, winning an election is a matter of imagery, expression, emotion and persuasion - all these elements are also used when an artist creates a painting. Some people would agree that politics is neither solely an art or a science, but a bit of both.

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How exactly does Darwin explain the human evolution and what did he base his theory on when he made his discoveries


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Darwin's Theory of evolution is clearly explained here, everything from discoveries before his theory to how he traced human evolution back>>>>






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