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Netizens Unite in the Campaign Against Censorship in Britain to Preserve Free Speech. The campaign against censorship in Britain scored another victory in December when the BBC reported negatively on a new initiative to rate and monitor web content using a system based on the universally derided film ratings system. Insisting that the measure was

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The Debt Crisis is One of The World’s Major Political Issues; Banking Elite Uses U.S. to Destroy World Economy. The debt crisis affects not only those people living in poor countries, but those of us in the western world as well. A global perspective is needed to adequately understand this financial crisis that is facing

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The History of the Development of Common Law is Rooted in British Law.  The law that most people experience, or are aware of, has come to be through the development of common law.  It is the law that, by its origins, is intended to protect and guide what was termed in old English, the common

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The European Union And Trade go Hand in Hand. The European Union is made up of twenty seven member countries who have joined their economies and on a smaller scale, their politics. Each of the member countries has retained its own government, but is also under a common government. The guideline for the governing of

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Why the European Union International Trade is Prospering. The European Union international trade was originally formed for the purpose of making trade agreements that would boost trade and make it easier for European members. The original goal of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) was to open the doors to share buying power and

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The European Union is an Political And Economic Union of Countries. The European Union was created in November of 1993, by the Treaty of Maastricht. There are currently 27 countries which are members of the union. The economic base for the EU was the European economic community, which was already in existence when the EU

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