An American Speaks Out

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Trafford Publishing, 2004 - Political Science - 260 pages
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An American citizen speaks his opinion about the US political climate concerning welfare, slavery, education, evolution, racial profiling, Iraq, military, overseas manufacturing, Democrats and Republicans, abortion, income tax, hate crimes, lawyers, insurance, health care, the stock market, government spending, hunting and fishing, pollution, labor unions, corperations and businesses, alcohol and drugs, marriage and the family, death penalty, the national news medias, opinion polls, criminal rehabilitation, war, gay rights, Bill and Hillary Clinton, the Ten Commandments, and various other subjects. A riveting opinion of what citizens should be concerned with.

 

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Contents

Preface
1
Government
4
Welfare
7
Education
11
Hate Crimes
24
Hunting and Fishing
27
Pollution
30
Labor Unions
36
The Political Parties
160
Gays in the Military
167
Unemployment Taxes
173
Social Security
175
Income Taxes
177
Defense Spending
183
Criminal Rehabilitation
187
Government Spending
191

Corporate and Group Interests
43
Abortion
46
Gun Control
53
Drunk Driving
59
The Military Draft
64
Marriage and the Family
71
Drugs
76
Slavery
80
Interracial Marriage
83
Racial Profiling
84
The National Liberal News Media and Liberal Democrats
89
Immigration
114
Vehicle Safety Devices
117
Lawyers
120
Insurance
125
The Stock Market
146
Your Credit
154
The Ten Commandments
201
Qualifications for Office
205
Opinion Polls
207
Quotas or Racial Diversity in Colleges
209
Overseas Manufacturing
210
The Kennedy Assassination
213
Company Mergers
217
War
219
President Reagan
228
Clarence Thomas
230
Hillary Clinton
233
The Death Penalty
237
The Waco Standoff
240
Elian Gonzalez
242
College Students
244
Conclusions
246
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