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Can A Sense Of National Unity Be Constructed Through Cultural Policy?
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This 10 page paper discusses how cultural policies may help to create a sense of national unity. The paper uses a range of theories and concepts including those which look at the creation of maintenance of individual and collective identities, the role of shared values and heritage, the presence of ‘invented traditions’ the impact of diversity and the way tar cultural policies may utilize these concepts to develop policies that help create a positive national identity and encourages national unity. The bibliography cites 13 sources.
Filename: TEnatunity.rtf

Case Evaluation / Public Policy Analysis
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19 pages worth of essays on specific policy analyses ranging from the provision of medical services for the homeless to increasing the driving age, and more. Available as an entire document or sold separately in 2-3 page essays. No Bibliography.
Filename: Policyan.wps

Censorship is Necessary in a Civilized Society
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This 10 page paper examines censorship in depth. Various issues are explored such as the negative effects of violence on society. Definitions of censorship are provided as well. An outline is included. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: SA701cen.rtf

Changes in the Laws of New York
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This 11 page report discusses a number of changes in law and legal decisions between 1975 and 1995 that were enacted in the State of New York but that have also had a significant impact on case law throughout the United States. It is quite nearly impossible to outline all legal changes that have occurred in the State of New York in a 25 year time period without creating a massive volume of information. Taking advantage of information and decisions proffered by the states court of appeals allows for a certain measure of overview that encapsulates the key issues of that time period. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: BWnylaws.wps

Childhood Obesity and Public Policy
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This 3 page paper looks at public policy and childhood obesity. The controversial practice of putting a child's BMI on the report card is discussed. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: SA703ob.rtf

Community Involvement Versus Big Government Programs
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This 11 page paper examines social capital, and the role of community in the United States. Works like Putnam's Bowling Alone and Hillary Clinton's It takes a Village are used in the analysis. The paper argues both sides of the issue and concludes that both views are compatible and can be embraced in unison. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA346cm.rtf

Competitive Market / Public Goods
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A 2 page paper discussing the inability of the competitive market to greatly affect public goods. Though there are areas that government function can provide greater benefits than would exist without that government involvement, government nonetheless in many cases interferes with the ability of the competitive market to contribute to efficiency in the production of public goods. These inefficiencies are less problematic than would be providing duplicate public goods such as highways and bridges for the sole purpose of competition between the two. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSPubGood.wps

Compromise & Public Policy
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A 5 page research paper that investigates the importance of compromise in formulating public policy. The writer argues that to combatants who have squared off on opposing sides of a public policy issue, compromise may seem like an ineffective tool for achieving their goals. However, experience shows that compromise is the "grease" that allows the machinations behind public policy formulation to move forward. Bibliography lists 6 sources
Filename: khppcom.rtf

Compromise as an Enabler of Enduring Public Policy
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A 5 page paper discussing whether compromise has helped or hindered formation of public policy. An ideal world likely would be one in which issues were either black or white, good or bad. Compromise results in varying shades of gray with which neither side is truly happy, but all can find workable. Without compromise in determining public policy, immobilization results and the society makes very little progress toward anything but stagnation. While compromise may not always appear attractive, it is nonetheless the most efficient and workable route toward progress and growth. The paper uses James Madison's compromise with The Bill of Rights as an example. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KSpolComp.wps

Consumption Tax Or Flat Tax
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This 5 page paper explains what each of these taxes are and the pros and cons of each. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: PGtax.rtf

Contrasting Views on Public Policy
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A 6 page research paper that looks at public policy, its formulation and implementation. This examination looks at the approach to pubic policy advocated by Weimer and Vining (1992) and Majone (1989), utilizing the factors in public policy formation identified by Peters (1999) as a guide to evaluating these two models. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khpubpol.rtf

Coping with Change: Public Sector Employees
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This 11 page paper discusses in part the manner in which the public sector typically follows the private in times of sweeping changes. All business has undergone immense change in the past fifteen years, and that change has been moving into the public sector for some time. Budgets continually decrease, but decrease in services generally is not seen as being acceptable. Taylorism could have been used as a positive tool, but it is best known for establishing the piecework animosity between labor and management. Scientific management created the greatest change known before that of the quality movement, downsizing and the quest for ever-increasing ushered in a shift of similar significance. Public sector employees now are expected to be as accountable as their private sector counterparts. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: KSpubEmpChange.wps

Corporate Income Taxation
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A 3 page paper discussing the relative merits of corporate income taxation, both in its current form in the US and as it would be were the US to adopt a value-added tax (VAT) approach. The VAT is not compatible with other tax structures, and depending on the output of the specific organization, it ultimately rests with those least able to pay it when the corporation raises prices to pay its taxes. This is true regardless of tax structure, and it is a point that legislators must bear in mind when searching for additional funds for pubic services. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KStaxCorp.rtf

Correcting Negative Externalities
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A 4 page paper defining externalities and how they lead to market failure, then discussing three approaches (regulation, cost-benefit analysis, adopting sustainability measures) to correcting negative externalities. Negative externalities are "spill-over" qualities or items that carry social costs. When producers fail to acknowledge those social costs, the costs are there just the same. Milliken is one company that gives potential negative externalities the attention they deserve. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KSpubAdmExtern.rtf

Cost-Benefit Analysis of Proposition 82
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A 22 page paper providing full cost-benefit analysis of the effects of Proposition 82 which will require free universal preschool for all of California's 4-year-old children. Discount factors used are 3 and 4 percent; teachers are given a raise only once and no other costs increase over the 30-year life of the program. The project becomes positive after the first decade. Bibliography lists 23 sources.
Filename: KScbaCAprop82-2.rtf


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