When People are starving does it matter how food is produced? The essay is "for" any means of feeding despite how food is manufactured or produced.
there seems to be even more variety to choose from, than anytime in history. But how many people know where the food that they eat was actually produced, by whom, and with what resources used and wasted and what additives added? How does the path
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Abortion persuasive essay: neither pro nor con, however gives the facts about the physical effects of abortion to mother that may lead one to think twice about abortions
am not against abortion but I am not for abortion. Do you know there are so many disadvantages of having an abortion? There are physical and mental disadvantages. The term abortion actually refers to any premature expulsion of a human fetus. Abortion
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today is the subject of school uniforms. The question is whether the uniforms truly help the student body. There are arguments for both sides of the issue. The arguments for the issue are just as strong as those against the issue. There are two main
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Poverty and a Lack of Education are Fueling Juvenile Crime A 6 page essay arguing that juvenile crime is directly related to poverty and poor education.
Crime In the early 1960's, the epidemic of juvenile crime began to take shape. The problem of juvenile crime is becoming an increasingly pressing matter in America. Anyone who watches the news on television or reads the newspapers is well aware
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Is it really necessary to use gender-neutral language? A short essay discussing the importance of non-sexist language.
It is very important to use non-sexist language, even if a person does not have any discriminative intentions at all. Everyone, consciously or not, tends to assign masculine gender to terms, such as "man", even when this word is used for "human
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"To Play or Not to Play... God?" This is a satirical essay that argues against using genetics to create human beings (through cloning, etc).
It is now the twenty-first century and humanity has come a long way from Galileo's telescope and Newton's Law of Gravity. We have made enormous leaps and bounds in scientific fields, especially genetics. We have split the atom; discovered
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and surrounded by pleasure and satisfaction. However, we sometime will find where we are in the depths of misery and suffering. That is the consequence of life, and we cannot run from it. We have to face it, not giving up and let the life crush us.
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The Export Development Corporation (EDC). The corrupt ways the Crown Corporation is run and how it brings tragic results to third world countries.
corporation established in 1944 through the Export Development Act. The EDC assists Canadian development projects in third world countries through the provision of financial services. It guarantees loans and issues insurance to Canadian companies
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Legal and Illegal Immigration in the U.S. A Persuasive essay on why the United States needs to improve security its borders.
Immigration in the United States has grown to an all time high. Now when someone hears the word immigration they automatically think of "illegal" immigrants from Mexico. But it's
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Prostitution Opposition: This is a persuasive essay for legalizing prostitution. It features financial reasoning and better use of police resources as reasoning.
oldest trades known to man and even at the present time, while it is illegal in most areas of the United States, it is still employing many women and is solicited by even more men. Prostitution should be decriminalized because we are paying too high
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