Day: March 10, 2017

The Us and Wwi

The United States and World War I The United States of America entered World War One on April 6Th, 1917. When war was officially declared in 1914, Woodrow Wilson insisted that the U.S. adopt a neutral stance along with popular opinion. It would be the United…

More Gangs, Less Crime

paper:More Gangs, Less Crime paper Street gangs, such as the famous Crips and Bloods, are often viewed as a cause of crime and violence. Popular media coverage on TV and in the newspapers often portrays the brutal activities of such gangs. This is understandable for the…

The Unwinnable War

The Unwinnable War Afghanistan, often called the crossroad of central Asia has been at the center of scrutiny and hardship seemingly since the very beginning, passing from country to country and ruler to ruler. On December 1st, 2009, President Barack Obama gave a speech regarding his…

The Economics of Discrimination

paper:The Economics of Discrimination paper,5?,ยท, Last May, Kentucky senatorial candidate Rand Paul said that he could not endorse all of the Civil Rights Act because it interfered with business owners private property rights.1 Since then, pundits have been discussing business discrimination, but many of them are…

The United States and Two World Wars

The United States and the Two World Wars Allied Strategy in Europe, 1939-1945 American and Japanese Strategies in the Pacific War Combined Annotated Bibliography MacDonald, Charles B. ???The United States and the Two World Wars??? in A Guide to the Study and Use of Military History,…

Modeling Money

?essay: Modeling Money essay Non-economists often think that “economists study money.” The reality, though, is that most academic economists hardly think about money at all. Whether were talking about tariffs, wages, Social Security taxes, or pollution, the analysis (though often couched in dollar terms for the…