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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Did the United States lose the war?
Yes, they did. They lost because they had to evacuate and never achieved what they wanted to do in Vietnam: To repel the Communist threat from Vietnam.

What are the short-term effects/long-term effects of the Vietnam War?

It ended the draft of men into the military and it made Vietnam/Korea a reunited country, communist rule in Korea. Also, many deaths in Vietnam, both North/South/Chinese/US deaths.

Monday, March 7, 2016

Was the New Deal a success?

The New Deal was a success in some ways and a failure in other ways. In terms of short-term relief, and reform, it was very successful. It immediately solved many results of the Gr8 Depression such as unemployment and homelessness. For reform, it changed the way many Americans perceived the government's role in the economy. In recovery, it lagged behind. Even today, America is still suffering from the Gr8 Depression. Unemployment remained really high and economic growth was slowed down to a snail's pace. Still, 2/3 isn't bad. (That's a D, like my grades, so it's acceptable to me.)

Monday, February 22, 2016

Free Higher Education

What are arguments for this proposal?
It's morally obligated. Other countries have this system. US ranks 14th in terms of adults with higher education.

What are arguments against this proposal?
Not truly free. If everyone is equal, no one is equal. Free for all is not good for the economy.

What political party/social class would be for and against this idea?
Liberals and low social classes would be for this while Capitalists/Conservatives and higher social classes would be opposed.

What are your thoughts on this?
I like free stuff and I want to go to college. I'm not super knowledgeable about economy and political stuff, but I think it'd be good for America to catch up to their European rivals who have already adopted this policy and are doing gr8.

Friday, January 29, 2016

Marcus Garvey was a controversial person because his ideals and dreams were the same as the pro-activists of negro equality, but his methods were more of the extremist type, which caused people from both ends of the extremes to join together and make a large group that has varying ideals, which does not bode well for its longterm continuity.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Several states are considering repealing laws requiring the wearing of seat belts in motor vehicles.
  • Why might some people think such laws are needed? Who might benefit from these laws? The dumbasses who don't put on their seat belts on and get fined benefit from this. This law is needed for those kind of people that need saving from themselves.
  • How might any of these laws restrict some people’s rights? Who might be negatively affected by them? If it were to be moved, it would restrict nobody's rights. The families of the people who don't put on seat belts are negatively affected by this, because they now have dead family members that they can't get back. 
  • Do you feel these laws benefit the many at the expense of the few, or the other way around? Explain why. It benefits many because nobody dies, it keeps people safe. A fine or inability to move as freely while riding in a car is a small price to pay to keep someone's life intact.
  • Do you feel these laws should stay as is, be amended, or be repealed? Explain how.These laws should stay as is because it is meant to save those that are too occupied to save themselves. It has no downside, and has been proven to save many in the past.                                                                                                                              
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              ____/_____|___ \___        |   |        
             /     _   - |   _   ,*      |   |        
              '--(_)-------(_)--'        |   |        

                Seat belts save you from yourself.