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Arguments, Pro/Con, & Comparative Essays

Abortion & The Catholic Church : A 5 page essay arguing that "prolife is prochoice." This paper is based largely upon views of the Roman Catholic Church. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Aborchur.wps

Abortion & Fetal Rights : A 7 page paper that considers the issue of the rights of a fetus, and demonstrates the correlation between the rights and responsibilities of an adult and the same rights and responsibilities of a fetus when applied to the topic of abortion. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Abort.wps

Abortion & Women's Rights : A 5 page paper discussing women's rights and abortion. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Abortion.wps

Pro Abortion / A Woman’s Right to Life : A 6 page philosophical argument for the right to life of women seeking abortions over the right to life of the fetus. The argument focuses on the theme of dominance. Bibliography lists 14 sources. Abortpro.wps

Abortion & The Husband's Right to Know : 12 pages worth of notes and partial essays on well-known cases such as Pennsylvania's Planned Parenthood vs. Casey and the implications it has for a husband's right to know that his wife is getting an abortion. Thematic argument here is in favor of the husband's right to know and to participate in the decision-making process. No bibliography available. Aborhusb.wps

Abortion / A Moral Issue No Matter How One Looks At It : 10 pages in length. A realistic look at the pro-choice (abortion) argument and its implications. From both a social and a political standpoint, it is argued that abortion is a moral choice on any level. Relevant issues, debates, feelings, theories, beliefs, etc; are evaluatively assessed to build and support the writer's argument. Supreme Court issues are included in the discussion as well. Bibliography lists 16 sources. Prochoic.wps

Abortion as the Right of any Woman Under Any Circumstances : A 5 page paper discussing abortion based essentially around the book by Jonathan Glover entitled, "Causing Death and Saving Lives." The premise is that a woman should be able to obtain an abortion regardless of the reasons. It is the choice of the woman as it is her body in question and no one has to make that right for her. Other sources aside from Glover’s book are used to either support the idea or to demonstrate the opposing views. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Abortri.wps

Abortion Ethics : 12 pages in length. Throughout history, there has not likely been a more fiery or controversial issue than that of abortion. Indeed, the ethics behind the act of aborting a fetus is what lies at the core of the ongoing debate between two very strong-willed and opinionated viewpoints. The ethical concerns that revolved around the abortion issue are those that encompass a great many ideals – both religious and personal – that have to do with an individual’s concept of right and wrong. To some, the ethical implications mean allowing the woman her right to choose; to others, it is no different than murder. This paper will discuss the various ethical viewpoints surrounding the controversial issue of abortion. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Aborteth.wps

Abortion and Public Opinion : A 10 page paper that discusses the results of gallup polls and other surveys in evaluating public opinions about abortion rights. The study utilizes current data to support the theory that the country continues to express a pro-choice sentiment. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Abortion.wps

Pro - Choice / Why Women Must Have Free Choice in Reproductive Decisions : This 8 page argument supports a woman’s right to make the decision to have an abortion. The debate has raged for decades and its time to say enough is enough!  Bibliography list seven sources. Womneed.wps pro-choice

Logic & Abortion : A short sketch of assertions, premises, and logical counter-replies for the abortion argument. 4 pages in length, no bibliography. Please send us e-mail for more details. Aborargu.wps

Abortion : A 5 page comparison of two articles which argue on the issue of abortion. One article is from 1985 and is a personal narrative of the famous actress Ali McGraw, who believes that abortion is the right of the individual. Her rhetorical approach addresses the practical issues of abortion as well as addressing the emotional issues involved that make the issue such a volatile one. The other article is from 1995 and is the personal beliefs of an unknown woman who is religious and sees abortion as terribly wrong. But while she starts out her article with a bit of emotional rhetoric and adds such bits throughout, her rhetorical approach is essential information based, much in the manner and style of a research paper. Both articles make valid points, as both sides do often do, illustrating that it is still just as an emotional topic today as it was three, or thirteen, years ago. Bibliography lists 2 sources. AbortCA.wps

Medical Point of View on Moral and Ethical Issues : A 6 page paper which examines six specific subjects requiring moral and ethical judgments from a medical perspective. The six sections covered are patient advocacy from a patient advocate point of view; the legal definition and responsibilities of moral vs. ethical behavior; addressing and identifying difference between moral and ethical behavior in the medical profession; a situation application in which ideas for a student are proposed as to what to do when asked to participate in a first trimester abortion patient believes is 5 months instead of 3; what to do when a member of the surgical staff is impaired through substance abuse; and addressing ethical responsibilities regarding research when asked to participate in ethical research experiments. Bibliography lists 4 sources. MarMoral.wps

Application Of Functionalism To An Ethnography : A 5 page paper discussing an ethnographic analysis of an abortion clinic in terms of George Homan’s functionalist theory, which centered on the evaluation and assessment of human groups, the activities in which they take part, interactions between them, their sentiments and their norms. Ball (1967) describes the abortion clinic personnel and patrons as deviant, but the functionalist view holds that it serves a purpose because it is a part of the society. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Functionalism.wps

The Conflict of "Right-to-Life" vs "Free Choice" According to Marx & Coser : This 5 page report discusses the ongoing conflict among groups who support abortion rights and those groups who oppose abortion through an application of both Karl Marx and Lewis Coser’s opinions and approaches to conflict in society. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Ritefree.wps

Abortion-ProChoice : In 5 pages the author discusses abortion from a prochoice point of view. Abortion is a woman's right. It is a right that has been legal to all women of this nation for more than twenty-five years. A woman's body is her own. Others do not have the right to tell her what to do with her body. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Proabort.wps

Abortion : A 5 page comparison of two articles which argue on the issue of abortion. One article is from 1985 and is a personal narrative of the famous actress Ali McGraw, who believes that abortion is the right of the individual. The other article is from 1995 and is the personal beliefs of an unknown woman who is religious and sees abortion as terribly wrong. Both articles make valid points, as both sides do often do, illustrating that it is still just as an emotional topic today as it was three, or thirteen, years ago. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Amcgraw.wps

Personal Resistance & Abortion : A 5 page paper discussing the various positions of personal resistance in relationship to the subject of abortion. Using abortion as a definite example the paper examines the inherent need to resist some aspect of the surrounding environment or government. while this has done the country a great deal of good in many instances, it has also cost us greatly in terms of weakening our sense of community. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Resistab.wps

Advertising Alcohol and Company's Rights : A 12 page paper in which the author argues that bans and restrictions places upon alcohol advertisements violate first amendment rights. Bibliography lists 18 sources. Alcohoad.wps

Is Alcoholism a Hereditary Disease ? - Yes ! : A 7 page research paper arguing quite strongly that alcoholism is, in fact, a hereditary disease linked to our genes. Using the findings of specific studies in books and journals, the writer debunks the myth that alcohol is a social disease and that the only familial influences are those related to peer pressure and modeling. Both sides of the argument are weighed, assessed, and the ultimately conclusion that alcoholism is hereditary-- is reached. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Alcohere.wps

Alcoholism / Sin .. Not A Disease? : A 26 page paper arguing that alcoholism, while manifesting physical symptoms and genetic changes, is not in itself a disease, but rather a sin. The genetic evidence that has been found quite likely is not the cause, but is rather the result of alcoholism, as those genetic defects have been found only in true alcoholics. While researchers are adept at describing the effects of other, less controversial, chemical compounds that arise and are manifested in changes of gene expression, they seem to be unable to apply the same methods of research to issues connected with alcoholism. Every recovering alcoholic who has been reconciled with his God, either through restitution of a prior relationship or his own first-time meeting understands the power of denial, and that denial of sin does nothing to diminish its existence. Bibliography lists 30 sources in 50 footnotes. Sindis.wps

The Validity of Alcoholism as a Disease: A 5 page paper exploring the possibilities that alcoholism is not, in fact, a disease. The nature of disease is that it is sudden (at least in its discovery, if not in its development) and that it is beyond the control of its victim. Fingarette makes intriguing argument against the claim that alcoholism is a disease, but his lack of substantiation prevents them from being seen as completely valid. Bibliography lists 1 source. Alcdis.wps

Animal Rights : 14 pages on Animal Rights; legal and ethical issues. Writer argues that we should put ourselves before animals and continue using them for medical research. Bibliography lists 12 references. Animalt2.wps

Animal Rights # 2 : A variety of animal rights issues are addressed in this 5 page essay. Arguments on both sides of the fence are considered. Activists such as Peter Singer and Tom Regan are noted and their positions stated. Morality is considered as the basis for many of the arguments and the paper concludes that perhaps a compromise in treatment of animals in society can be reached. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Anhmn.wps

Animal Cruelty : In 5 pages the author presents two clear arguments against cruelty to animals. There are many reason why animal cruelty is wrong. The first refutation is that animal cruelty is against the law in most states under one definition of the legislation or another. The second one is that it is morally wrong to be cruel to animals, just as it is wrong to be cruel to other human beings. Animals have rights that should be upheld. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Animcrul.wps

Arguing Against Animal Experimentation : In 5 pages the author argues against using animals for testing. Animal experimentation is unnecessary, unethical, morally wrong and dangerous to humans. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Animalex.wps

The Animal Rights Question Analyzed Under Eudaimonism : A 4 page paper on how animal rights are viewed under the eudaimonism ideal of self-realization. The paper presents Charles Norton's views on eudaimonism and outlines a process for the coming together of the bioscience and activist communities (cited example) in regards to animal testing. Other points of discussion include technological advancements that preclude much of animal testing, and a discussion of how government regulation undermines this process. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Eudaimsm.wps

Whale Conservation : A 12 page paper describing the plight of the whales at the hands of humans. The writer describes the history of whaling, why it is important to conserve whales, and other human threats to whales. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Whales.wps

Can The Whales Be Saved? : A 7 page paper discussing the environmental impact of whaling. Bibliography lists 16 sources. Whaleenv.wps

An Argument for the Legalization of Marijuana : 8 pages in length. Although the writer of this essay does not necessarily endorse the use of marijuana, (s)he agrees with the argument that it is politically-incorrect to outlaw it in the United States. Very good points are made from the history of marijuana's existence in the country as well as the similar case of alcohol prohibition during the 1920's. The writer feels that the FDA should regulate the drug so that smokers do not risk using pot that is sneakily mixed with other substances. Medical evidence of marijuana's comparatively mild effects is presented and the report concludes that the negative impacts of marijuana's ban are far worse than those that would prevail if it were allowed to be sold openly and legally. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Marijle2.wps

An Argument for the Legalization of Marijuana # 2 : A shorter, 5 page version of Marijle2.wps, in which the writer is primarily concerned with the facts that : (1) there exists no solid argument against the legalization of marijuana and (2) outlawing the drug has created the same negative impacts that alcohol prohibition did during the 1920's. It is agreed that marijuana does indeed pose some seriously harmful side effects, but that these are not necessarily any worse than those produced by cigarette smoking-- a very legal activity (assumably because of the industry's economic contribution, etc;) Bibliography lists 8 sources. Marijleg.wps

An Argument for the Legalization of Marijuana # 3 : A 5 page research paper supporting the legalization of marijuana. Four of the many reasons for legalizing marijuana are discussed; the most compelling reason is medical; the most capitalistic is the many products produced from hemp. Bibliography lists 9 references. Marijlgl.wps

Legalization of Marijuana / Weighing Both Sides : Both sides of the issue are explored in this 7 page paper. The writer discusses health & social aspects of the controversy - citing the risks associated with legalizing marijuana as well as the possible advantages to doing so. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Mrijuan.wps

An Argument in Support of Legalization of Drugs : This 9 page report discusses the benefits of decriminalizing drugs in the United States. The writer presents both sides of the issue but comes to the conclusion that the benefits of making currently illegal substances legally available will result in numerous societal, health, and economic benefits. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Ldrugs.wps

Should The Government Spray Marijuana Fields With Paraquat ? : A 10 page paper addressing this question. The writer details the effects of paraquat when people are exposed to it and cites a number of health-related reasons evidencing that this practice is a hazardous one. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Paraquat.wps

Ethical Issues Concerning Medical Use of Marijuana : A 6 page research paper on whether it is ethical for physicians to prescribe marijuana for medical purposes in extreme cases. The writer details both sides of the controversy, the evidence in support of not prescribing it, and the ethical considerations which are pertinent--ultimately arguing in favor of one side. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Medmarij.wps

Medical Marijuana : The thesis of this 10 page paper is that there is a medical necessity for the legal use of marijuana. There is significant evidence that supports the benefits of THC, a chemical found in marijuana, is beneficial for sufferers of cancer, AIDS and glaucoma. Though THC is available in tablet form, many seriously ill patients cannot take the oral medication, and many complain that the pill is ineffective. If the use of marijuana can significantly reduce the suffering of severely ill individuals, it is a civic and political necessity to promote legal use. Mednecc.wps

Medical Marijuana # 2 : A 22 page paper that considers the opposing perspectives on the use of marijuana for medical purposes. This paper provides both pros and cons and than provides support for the legal use of marijuana for the treatment of symptoms of serious illnesses. Bibliography with 10 sources cited. Medimari.wps

Medicinal Marijuana : A 16 page discussion of the pros and cons in the consideration of legalization of marijuana for use in medical purposes. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Marmed.wps

Marijuana as Medicine ? : 15 pages on the historic controversy over marijuana's usefulness & legalization. The writer goes into great detail about the drug's alleged medical value and elaborates what has been discovered thus far. It is concluded that after all the evidence, federal court rulings, and experiments, marijuana it seems, does indeed cloud the mind. But in this instance, "the clouded minds are in government buildings," as marijuana has indeed shown an outstanding level of usefulness for certain patients committed to hospital care. Bibliography is missing. Legalmr2.wps

Ethical/Moral Treatment Of Marijuana : A 12 page paper on the ethical and moral issues surrounding medicinal marijuana. The paper presents a number of quotations of people in support of medical marijuana based on relief from the side effects caused by other drugs, and the doctors opinions about how western medicine has come up with legal drugs to treat these ailments, the moral/legal implications of patients who insist on marijuana over pharmaceuticals. On the moral issues, legislators opinions are provided, with a discussion of the current political environment surrounding medicinal marijuana. The writer posits that based on the above, at least research should be allowed to discover the medicinal properties. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Mareth.wps

Legalizing Drugs Would Not Be Beneficial : In 5 pages the author argues that legalizing drugs would not be beneficial. "There has been a shroud of controversy surrounding the legalization of drugs. Legalizing drugs would not be beneficial, although there are many who posit that it would. Drugs are harmful. They have many effects that science is just now beginning to be able to measure and understand. It is extremely difficult for people to get off of drugs. Legalizing them would only make this matter worse." Bibliography lists 7 sources. Legldrug.wps

"Fifty Cents A Bottle" -- Government Takeover Of The Illegal Drug Industry : A 3 page essay advocating the government takeover of the drug industry as a means to reduce the industry’s involvement with organized crime. The writer creatively describes the effectiveness of a society in which the government sells drugs at "50 cents per bottle" -- marked with strict health warnings. Thus, other advantages to this system are cited as well, including product safety and standardization. No external sources. Fiftycen.wps

Why Drugs Should Be Legalized : This 15 page paper assumes the position that for the greater good of society, and the user, drugs should be legalized. The issue is looked at from a variety of perspectives considering legal, ethical and economic factors within the criminal justice umbrella.The opposing view is addressed. Bibliography lists 20 sources. Drgde.wps

An Argument For The Legalization Of Drugs : A 5 page opinion paper discussing and supporting the legalization of drugs in the United States. The report’s author supports legalization and notes issues such as crime reduction and the effect of legalization in some nations in Europe. Bibliography lists four sources. Legal5.wps

We Can’t Say NO to Drugs : An 11 page paper discussing the problem of drugs in America, as well as other parts of the world, and why the war on drugs has failed. Drugs have always been with mankind as we seem to carry an inherent need to consume mind altering substances. A literature review is included which examines information which supports the notion that the war on drugs has been, and is, failing. Following that is a research design which entails an experiment/survey whereby proof is obtained towards the theory that we cant win the fight against drugs. Then comes a section regarding analysis of the research and then a conclusion. Bibliography contains 15 sources. Drugnowa.wps

An Argument to Abolish the I.R.S. : 7 pages in length. In this well-written argumentative essay entitled "Freedom is Worth More Than Money," the writer persuades us to believe that the 16th Amendment which empowers the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.) it too overbroad. It is argued that the IRS has too much control..too much power..and no adequate system of checks & balances. Using a good amount of supporting evidence and case facts, the argument is ultimately made that the I.R.S. should be abolished as it has no place in a free & Democratic America. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Irshate.wps

Lowering the Drinking Age : A 7 page paper that favorably debates the issue of lowering the drinking age. The paper shows why it would be in the government’s best interest to let states decide their own policies on drinking ages, and why states should lower drinking ages to 18. Bibliography included. Drinkage.wps

Should Drunk Drivers Be Charged With Murder? : This 15 page paper takes the position that those who kill while driving drunk should be charged with murder. Many solutions to the drunk driving challenge have been explored including raising taxes on liquor, police efforts, raising the drinking age, using special license plates to designate repeat offenders and more. The paper concludes that despite the efforts made to combat the problem, drunk driving continues. Thus, tougher punishment is needed. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Ddmurder.wps

DUI Laws - Have They Gone Too Far? : A 7 page research paper which examines the evolution of DUI laws and shows how what was once a minor offense as now become a charge with the possibility of ruining the defendant’s life. The writer argues that although drunk driving has become a serious societal problem, the methods which are usually used to judge whether or not a person is impaired are grossly inaccurate and create situations where the innocent can end up being wrongfully accused. Bibliography lists 5 sources. DUI. doc.

Driving Age Should Be Raised In Florida : 10 pages in length. The author argues that the legal driving age should be raised in Florida. It is posited that America is a country where car crashes kill more than 5,000 15 to 20 year olds than any other cause. Bibliography lists 16 sources. Drivage.wps

Excessive Driving Speeds Cause Deaths : 6 pages in length. The issue to be dealt with in this paper is one addressing the fact that excessive driving speeds cause a substantially higher number of deaths than those caused at slower, more prudent speeds. Promoting road safety is the function of speed limit restrictions both on the highway and on surface streets, however, these specifications are routinely ignored by motorists who are either perpetually late, intoxicated or are merely the type of drivers who pay no regard to the law. Despite the reason, statistics clearly show that excessive driving speeds are instrumental in effecting road fatalities. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Speedy.wps

Health Care / For All : A 5 page essay in which the writer argues that all U.S. citizens are entitled to funded health care, precisely because of the discrepancy in wages and the expectation of retired persons that Medicare/Medicaid would be there for their retirement. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Promedic.doc

An Argument for Monogamy : In this 5 page report, the writer makes an excellent argument for monogamy-- describing it in an historical context as actually outdating polygamy. The evolution of hunting societies and the imbalance of sexes in society are two of the many causal factors attributed to the unfortunate rise of polygamy. In great detail, the writer also explores social, medical, and economic reasons to promote monogamy. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Monogamy.wps

An Argument To Raise N.J.'s Speed Limit to 65 M.P.H. : New Jersey is one of few states in the U.S. that still enforces a maximum speed limit of 55 miles per hour. This 2 page essay first looks at some of the reasons why NJ lawmakers are reluctant to change and then provides an argument for them to reconsider based upon statistical data & information from other states where raised speed limits have actually reduced driver-related problems & fatalities ! Bibliography lists 3 sources. Speedlim.wps

Balanced Budget Amendment : 8 pages of argument against the Balanced Budget Amendment. Makes very clear, concise points supported by statistics and historical facts. 9 sources listed in bibliography. Balanbu2.wps

Chef’s Tables and Controversy in Chicago : 3 pages plus an outline. An argumentative essay on why the Chicago Board of Health’s proposed 1995 regulation regarding restrictions to be imposed upon "Chef’s Tables" in restaurants like Trotter’s,-- was unnecessary and wrong. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Chefstab.wps

To Clone or Not to Clone ? A Look at Biotechnology : This 5 page report briefly examines some of the controversies raised on the subject of cloning. The body of evidence reported and the practical application of scientific products supports the value of biotechnology, including cloning. Among the many reasons to support arguments in favor of cloning is the idea that DNA probe systems will revolutionize analysis of raw materials, ingredients, and finished products for the presence of pathogenic and spoilage organisms, bacterial and fungal toxins, chemical contaminants (i.e., herbicides, pesticides, heavy metals), and biological contaminants. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Clone.wps

The Ethical Downside of Cloning : A 10 page research paper on the negative aspects of human cloning. The writer details the eugenics movement and how it was used in the past by the Nazis and how it relates to current debates on human cloning. In addition, the paper shows the various possible uses and misuses of cloning. Bibliography lists 13 sources. Cloneno.wps

Ethics of Genetic Engineering Through The Eyes of Aristotle : Aristotle believed that an absolute moral standard was not possible because morality is determined by behavior and outcome and these are governed by the individual and the choices made by that individual. The individual is by definition unique, which foregoes that each choice and outcome is unique. The concept of Plato's "good" is seen in terms of the action and the result of the action, rather than a predetermined, 'a priori', standard. Inasmuch as individuals dwell within a society, there exists an ethical component to community behavior and is grounded on the "purpose" of the behavior: the highest form of community behavior being for the purpose of the 'good' of man. This 4 page paper examines the issue of genetic engineering from the view presented by Aristotle in the Nicomachean Ethics. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Genengin.wps

Pros and Cons of Cloning Analyzed : This 5 page research paper argues the pros and cons of cloning, with a conclusion in favor of cloning. Specifically considered are the stands for and against to formulate a proper solution. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Clonoyes.wps

Social Concerns Of Genetic Cloning : A 5 page research paper on the scientific history, "Dolly" technology, and present-day social issues surrounding cloning. The writer presents a quoted "Dolly" technology synopsis, with equal attention given to discussion social issues in the form of specific comments by every day people, scientists, ethnicists, and government representatives. The paper proves that current opinion concerning cloning still resides in the realm of chaos--worldwide. The paper posits that ultimate responsibility to speak up on the issue is up to individuals. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Clone2.wps

The Ethical Controversy of Cloning : A 4 page paper looking at the very controversial topic of cloning a human being from a theological and social standpoint. The paper concludes that the issue is really not one of ethics at all, but of theology, having to do with the nature of the human soul. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Ethclo.wps

Propaganda For & Against Cloning : An 8 page paper discussing the propaganda used in both support and opposition to cloning. Two documents are reviewed and the elements of propaganda applied by both sides of the issue are discussed. Clonepro.wps

Embryonic Research, Genetic Engineering, & Cloning : A 8 page exploration of the controversy of embryonic research as it pertains to genetic engineering and cloning. Presents both positive and negative aspects of the practice and concludes that we need to determine definition of such terms as "desirable" and "undesirable" and decide how these definitions fit into our own ethics and morals. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Embclone.wps

The Cost of Advertising : 5 convincing pages that argue with references why advertising "costs too much" in our contemporary business world. 5 sources listed in bibliography. Excellent ideas for debates. Advtcos2.wps

The Death Penalty Is Not An Effective Deterrence : In 15 pages the writer gives proof that the death penalty is not a deterrence. Solid reasons and arguments are given. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Nodeter.wps

The Death Penalty folished : A 10 page paper focusing on the death penalty -- arguing for the abolishment of capital punishment. It is presumptuous of humans to think they somehow have the right to decide another’s fate. Except in the case of self defense their is no ethical reason why humans should kill one another. Case studies are shown as examples. These studies include Karla Faye Tucker, Susie Jaeger, and Dr. Kevorkian. While the majority of the United States population believes in the death penalty it is still an affront to humanity in general and should be abolished. Bibliography follows containing 20 sources. Deathp6.wps

(The) Death Penalty : Writer presents a strong, 3 page argument for capital punishment. It is explained that "anyone who is known to have plotted a murder and acted it out should have the same done to them." Bibliography lists 5 sources. Deathpen3.wps

Argument Supporting Capital Punishment : A strong 7 page argument supporting and justifying capital punishment. The writer focuses on the right and duty to execute , the effects of deterrence, and the need for retribution and refutes the argument that the death penalty in inherently fallible. No Bibliography. Deathpe.wps

An Argument For The Death Penalty : A 5 page paper that presents the positive applications of capital punishment. This paper presents consideration of the perspectives of two politicians with determined views in regards to the death penalty, George Pataki, Governor of NY and Marion Barry of Washington, D.C. Both men present arguments in support of the death penalty as a deterrent, especially in light of increased crime statistics in many large cities. Bibliography lists 4 sources. FREE outline included ! Penalty.wps

Capital Punishment / Argument Against The Death Penatly : A 5 page paper that argues the moral and ethical arguments against capital punishment. This paper considers the moral and religious determinations, including the high chance of error, that make capital punishment legalized homicide. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Cappun.wps

Arguing In Favor Of Capital Punishment : A 5 page paper discussing whether or not capital punishment deters serious crime. The author puts forth an argument for capital punishment in certain instances and explains the reasons for defending capital punishment. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Punment.wps

(The) Death Penalty & Discrimination : An 8 page paper arguing that capital punishment discriminates against the poor. Uses specific cases and pertinent statistics. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Deathpen.wps

The Relationship Between Race & the Use of the Death Penalty : In 10 pages the author discusses the relationship between race and the use of the death penalty, which is also known as capital punishment. The death penalty is alive and well in America. It is also a very prejudicial institution. The death penalty is the ultimate punishment anyone can face. In addition, the persons on death row must remain there for years awaiting execution. For the innocent member of a racial minority, this is a difficult pill to swallow, but one that has been forced upon them in manners that are quite reprehensible due to the discrimination involved. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Racepen.wps

The Death Penalty is Not Effective as a Deterrent : In 5 pages, the reader is given an intellectual tool of awareness concerning the issue of capital punishment, which is also referred to as the death penalty. This is accomplished with paradigms attributed to crime and this type of punishment for that crime. The selections include a rich variety of data to support the key conclusion that the author makes, which is that capital punishment is not effective as a deterrent. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Dpno.wps

Why Capital Punishment is Wrong : In 12 pages plus a one page proposal and an outline, the author discusses topic of capital punishment from the stance of opposition. The reader is given an intellectual tool of awareness concerning the issue of capital punishment, which is also referred to as the death penalty. This is accomplished with paradigms attributed to crime and this type of punishment for crime. Examples are given of proponents to the death penalty, but those in opposition to the death penalty refute them. Perspectives cover a wide range of related topics while maintaining depth and weight. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Punwrong.wps

Mandatory Death Penalty In Louisiana And The Nation: The Impact Of Roberts vs. Louisiana : A 9 page overview of the legislative history of the mandatory death penalty. Cites specific cases and provides considerable information about the 1976 Supreme Court ruling in Roberts vs. Louisiana. Bibliography lists 9 sources. DeathSen.wps

The Death Penalty In America : This 5 page paper opposes capital punishment based on a conflict perspective. The argument includes factual information about the incompetence of court appointed attorneys. The point made is that due to social stratification, the criminal justice system is unfair and thus, the death penalty should be abolished. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Amcapun.wps

Guilty or Not Guilty in a Murder Committed by a Man with a Brain Tumor : This 5 page essay discusses whether or not a jury should find one a man guilty or not guilty due to the fact that the murder he committed was most likely "caused" by his unknown brain tumor. The question is then switched to whether or not he was responsible for his actions if he had been suffering from depression. Bibliography lists 1 source. Brtumor.wps

Death Penalty for Juveniles : This 7 page essay strongly favors the death penalty for juveniles. Specific examples are provided. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Juvydeat.wps

Life Sentence Without Parole -- Better Than Death Penalty : A 4 page paper arguing why life in prison without parole is better than capital punishment. The writer cites various resources to support this theory. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Lifesent.wps

Capital Punishment In Texas : A 8 page essay that traces the history of Texas capital punishment from the frontier-style lynchings which characterized its beginnings, through the use of the electric chair, to its current use of lethal injection. It also shows statistics on the inequalities that have existed in the system. Bibliography lists nine sources. Texcap.wps

Death Penalty in Utah / A Matter of Choice : A 5 page paper discussing Utah's death penalty. The writer explores the controversies and looks at specific cases. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Psdeathp.wps

The McVeigh Sentence and the Death Penalty : A 10 page paper that discusses the following aspects of capital punishment with respect to the McVeigh sentence: Deterrent to crime? Victims' family revenge/coping mechanism? Religious precedent? Comparison to Charles Manson's continued anarchy? The paper posits that based on the findings in all of the above, that the McVeigh case needs further consideration. Bibliography lists 20 sources. Mcveigh.wps

Should Hate be a Crime ? : A 9 page argumentative essay pertaining to "hate crimes" and whether or not enhanced criminal penalties should exist for those who commit them. Used as a constant reference is the relevant Supreme Court Case of R.A.V. vs. St. Paul and various tenets of the First Amendment. The writer concludes that free speech must be protected at virtually any cost in the U.S. even if it means that hate speech and "hate crimes" will continue to cost lives. Hatecrim.wps

Samuel Walker’s "Hate Speech" : A 5 page look at the book, "Hate Speech: The History of an American Controversy," by Samuel Walker. Walker’s book offers many different types of arguments which involve the ACLU, African Americans, the Jewish community, and other minorities. He delves into the issues surrounding free speech and hate speech today, as well as throughout the history of this country. Walker’s book illustrates how this subject is quite complex in that it exists on a fine line between censorship and free speech issues. No additional sources provided. Swalker.wps

Hate Speech, Flag Burning, & The First Amendment : A 6 page essay looking at issues presented by two authors, Thomas Emerson and Kent Greenawalt, in their books A System of Freedom of Expression and Fighting Words, respectively. The essay shows how much of the confusion over freedom of expression today reflects the confusion of the Supreme Court in its rulings on these issues, and looks into some of the critical problems faced when discussing this volatile topic. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Emergren.wps

Hate Radio / Free Expression or Psychological Assault? : A 3 page paper examining the issues discussed in Patricia J. Williams’ essay "Hate Radio." The paper agrees with Williams that something must be done to restrain such dissemination of hatred, and formulates a suggestion. Bibliography lists 1 source. Haterad.wps

Beyond the Burning Cross : In June of 1990, Russell and Laura Jones of St. Paul, Minnesota found a cross burning in their yard. Two adolescents were charged; one plead guilty, the other was found guilty of a St. Paul "hate speech" ordinance which specifically makes bias-motivated cross burning a crime. The case was eventually appealed all the way to the U.S. Supreme court. This 6 page paper describes the themes and findings, the controversial issues and different perspectives of the case as presented by Edward J. Cleary in the book, Beyond the Burning Cross. No additional sources cited. Burncros.wps

Constitutional Protection : In June of 1990, Russell and Laura Jones of St. Paul, Minnesota found a cross burning in their yard. Two adolescents were charged; one plead guilty, the other was found guilty of a St. Paul "hate speech" ordinance which specifically makes bias-motivated cross burning a crime. The case was eventually appealed all the way to the U.S. Supreme court. This 5 page paper describes the themes and findings, the controversial issues and different perspectives of that case as an example of the argument that the Constitution does not protect the average American from harm. The bibliography lists 4 sources. Protecon.wps

Should Burning the Flag be a Crime ? : A 4 page essay in which the writer argues that although thematically disrespectful, a 'flag burning amendment' is merely an example of national insecurity, not patriotism. It is asserted that more important rights precede such an amendment and that there is no viable reason to punish people for burning the American flag as an act of free expression. The flag is a symbol of freedom but it, in itself, is not freedom. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Flagburn.wps

Why Not Burn the Flag ? : An 8 page argumentative report against allowing the burning of the American flag. In 1989, the Supreme Court overturned both the conviction of Gregory (Joey) Johnson and the laws under which he was convicted for burning a flag in Dallas during the 1984 Republican National Convention. The Supreme Court cited the Constitution’s protection of free speech under the First Amendment, but astute authors (and citizens) noted that there was usually little, if any, speech involved in burning a flag. The position taken in the paper is that other avenues, including speech, are available for those unhappy with the state of the country. Bibliography lists numerous sources. Burning.wps

Descration of the Flag : A 5 page paper that supports the development of a constitutional amendment against the desecration of the flag. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Descflag.wps

Must We Salute the American Flag ? : 4 pages (including 1pg. outline) discussing whether or not Americans should be obligated to salute the flag. The case of Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf is used briefly to argue that the very freedoms the flag is said to represent should inherently allow us to ignore its symbolic existence if we so choose. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Flagsalu.wps

Should the Confederate Flag Be Taken Down From the State Capitol in South Carolina? : In 5 pages the author discusses whether the Confederate flag should be taken down from the state capitol in South Carolina. The author posits that the flag should not be taken down, because it is tradition, heritage, and a symbol of bravery in battle. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Conflag.wps

Paparazzi / A Right to Free Expression? : A 7 page paper supporting the right of paparazzi to exist as a profession, because to ban them would threaten the First Amendment’s guarantee of free expression. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Paparazz.wps

Censorship In School Is Not Right : 6 pages in length. To be told what is permissible reading material and what is not is a direct violation of the First Amendment of the Constitution. Yet all across the country, school library shelves are being stripped of books that certain individuals and groups deem as unacceptable. Censorship is alive and well in the United States; its ripple effect on America's students is often as damaging as reading one of many so-called controversial books. The writer reveals why censorship in today's schools is both a violation of First Amendment rights, as well as a ploy for radicals and liberals alike to control the minds of our children. Schlcens.wps

Censorship / Unacceptable : An 8 page paper describing various forms of censorship. Attention to the affect on children is assessed. It is noted that censoring is wrong and should not be considered an effective means of control. Main focus is on censoring of materials and literature as opposed to political censoring. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Uncensor.wps

Censoring the Internet : A 5 page argument against censoring the Internet. The main focus of the paper deals with the issue of pornography on the Internet since this is the subject with the most attention and conflict. Pornography is a freedom of speech and while we do not want our children to watch, or see, it, this does not mean we should restrict others. Adults should be responsible for what the children have access to and as such this should be the primary method of censorship. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Nonet.wps

Pros & Cons of Having Society Determine Punishment for Crime : In 10 pages the author discusses the pros and cons of having society determine punishment for crime. "Crime and punishment for crime has been around since the beginning of time. Looking to the importance of this, one will find that over the ages there have been different strategies for the punishment of crimes. As civilization has become more sophisticated, so has the punishment, which has ranged from flagellation, to hanging, to crucifixion, to exile, to prison, to the sentence of death, as in capital punishment. Punishment for crime has gone through many changes in the last decade. Today the death penalty is used quite frequently. Society has an impact on the type of punishment given for varying offenses" Bibliography lists 11 sources. Proscons.wps

Mandatory Drug Testing in the Workplace : An 8 report on the controversial issue of mandatory drug testing in the workplace. The writer is largely against such a mandate as there exist too many flaws and inconsistencies with current methods. Key court decisions such as 1991's judicial endorsement of drug testing are cited as being unfair "infringements" of our rights. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Manddrug.wps

Should Drug Testing Be Required of High School Athletes? : A 9 page paper arguing against the blanket testing of high school athletes for indications of drug use. The proliferation of drug use among athletes has caused many to decide that all of them should be tested, regardless of age. There are many reasons, however, that high school athletes should be exempted from such testing, not the least of which is the Fourth Amendment. Even though the Constitution protects the country’s citizens from undue search, there are other reasons to abandon drug testing of high school athletes, most of which revolve around lessons in physiology and the possibilities of economic gain from high school contests. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Drugtst.wps

Government and Minimum Wage : A 5 page paper on the reasons for and effects of government intervention on behalf of raising the minimum wage. Subjects discussed include the contribution to minimum wage decisions and the effects of those decisions on individuals, the economy, and politics—all of these are presented from the standpoint of governing. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Gminwage.wps

An Increased Minimum Wage Promotes Growth : An 8 page, argumentative paper in which the writer presents sound economic reasons for the minimum wage to be raised. Statistical and historic analysis are provided and counter-arguments are refuted. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Miniwage.wps

Abolishment Of The Minimum Wage : This 8 page paper takes a stand against the concept of the minimum wage but presents both sides of the economic argument. Trickle down economics is explained as well. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Manecomw.wps

Capital Gains Tax Cut / A Counter-Argument : A 5 page research paper in which the writer argues against this proposal. The writer debates the capital gains tax cut, and discusses the reasons why it would fail to benefit the economy despite the opinions of lawmakers who believe otherwise. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Capgains.wps

Controversial Liquor Taxes : A 9 page paper examining the impacts of luxury taxes on alcohol. The writer concludes that these taxes are unjust and ineffective in their intended purpose of regulating alcohol consumption in certain communities. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Liquortx.wps

Rising Class Consciousness in The U.S.A. : This 10 page paper arguing that there is a rising class consciousness in America today. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Classcon.wps

Undocumented Immigrants Should Be Denied Services : 10 pages in length. Undocumented immigrants are taking over the entire country. Initially, they sought out the United States as a haven from their own country's less-than-inviting lifestyle. America represented a new start for many who suffered repression and the inability to make lives of their own. Crossing the border into the United States has changed all of that, because once here they are not only able to obtain good paying jobs -- usually without the added burden of paying taxes -- and a decent place to live, but they have also tapped into America's health and educational systems, as well. The writer addresses various reasons why illegal aliens are not entitled to the same level of health care and educational services that are provided for taxpaying legal citizens. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Imgrant.wps

Tobacco Regulation / America, Smoke-free? : A 5 page paper supporting tobacco regulation. It incorporates a strong thesis, the fight by the tobacco industry against current legislation, President Clinton's response, the legislature’s response, and relevant news. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Tobacco.wps

"My Rights as a Non-Smoker" : A 4 page argumentative essay countering the points raised in a published article on smoker's rights. Utilizes a straight forward verbal attack on the rights of smokers and how what smoker's perceive as their rights are actually abuses on the rights of non-smokers. Includes a cover letter (with fictionalized address information) submitting the article for publication as a rebuttal in the same publication which published the countered article. No additional sources cited. Nonsmoke.wps

(The) "English Only" Controversy : A 10 page comprehensive discussion of the "English Only" controversy. Papers argues against English as our "official" language and offers historical, socio-cultural, political, and linguistic rationale for this. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Englisho.wps

Should English Be Our Official Language? : A 5 page paper that examines the question of whether English should be designated as the U.S.'s official language. However, the one area that will suffer most is in education and it is necessity to retain bilingualism in schools to meet the needs not only of the students attending, but the needs of the nation to educate its citizens. Opposing views are presented, but the paper argues that multilingual education is necessary and that English should not become official language. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Secondl.wps

Euthanasia & Assisted Suicide / Right or Wrong? : A 7 page examination of the history and issues surrounding euthanasia and physician assisted suicide. Discussion of the differences in passive and active euthanasia. Defines futility and outlines how it is determined. Bibliography includes six sources. Assisuic.wps

Euthanasia / The Right to Die : An 18 page comprehensive look at Euthanasia (right to assisted suicides for the ill) and its various arguments. Writer concludes that it should be outlawed and provides numerous reasons based upon facts and research cited. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Euthasia.wps

Euthanasia / An Argument In Favor Of ... : A 10 page paper arguing that competent terminally ill patients have a right to ask for humane aid in dying. The paper discusses the issues surrounding opposition arguments, including legal, medical, economic, moral, and religious, and presents strong arguments against these opposing arguments. Highlights include discussion of the recent Supreme Court case and recommended solutions to Jack Kevorkian's brand of assisted suicide. The paper concludes that the U.S. Constitution guarantees an individual's right to act in his or her best interest, and interference with this fundamental American right by any entity should not be allowed. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Euasia.wps

Ethics Of Euthanasia/Physician-Assisted Suicide : 10 pages in length. The argument that has sent the world into a tailspin is whether or not people who are suffering from terminal or excruciatingly painful illnesses have the right to take their own lives with the help of physician-assisted suicide. Proponents contend that what one does with one's life is of no consequence to anyone else -- that it is both ethical and humane to allow someone to be relieved of constant discomfort. On the other hand, critics claim that the act of euthanasia is nothing more than a fabricated form of murder. Both sides have pertinent points to ponder when it comes to understanding and assessing the conflict, but euthanasia supporters have a significantly stronger argument. The writer discusses that physician-assisted suicide is not only the right thing to do for someone seeking such a decision, but it is ethical and humane for a physician to abide by the patient's wish. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Eutheth.wps

Euthanasia / A Need & a Right : An 11 page overview of the issues of euthanasia. Stresses that the choice of euthanasia is an individual one and not one which should be prohibited by law. Uses extensive examples from the Netherlands where euthanasia has been openly practiced for twenty-five years. Bibliography lists 20 sources. Euthneed.wps

Pro-Euthanasia Argument Analyzed : A 10 page paper in favor of euthanasia, with evidence to support the position, including an examination of its international practice, and the positions of pro-euthanasia physician Timothy Quill, and Hemlock Society founder Derek Humphry, author of Final Exit. Bibliography lists 5 URL sources. Euthasi2.wps

Euthanasia / Right To Die : In 8 pages, the writer argues against the right to die. Many aspects of the topic are covered. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Right2di.wps

Euthanasia - Theological Perspective : A 5 page paper arguing that euthanasia is akin to murder. The writer concentrates on a Catholic/Christian perspective, but also explores the Jewish and Muslim view on euthanasia. Quotes from the Bible and the Koran are included, as well as discussion on Torah points. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Eutheo.wps

Euthanasia / The Right to Die : This 7 page paper examines the practice of euthanasia, or the right to die, its pros and cons within both the medical and religious communities in America and the world. Rightd2.wps

Physician Assisted Suicide : A 5 page paper that supports the actions of doctors like Jack Kevorkian who have provided compassionate chemical euthanasia to terminally ill patients. This paper considers the actions of Kevorkian as they relate to medical ethics and personal moral issues. Though the issue is controversial, it is clear that there is a need for compassion in medicine that few like Kevorkian are willing to provide. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Physsuic.wps euthanasia

Ethics & Social Philosophy / Application of Ethical and Social-Political Theories and the Issue of Assisted Suicide : A 6 page paper that considers the issue of assisted suicide and applies ethical and social-political theories to this controversial issue. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Ethpol.wps

Kevorkian / The Real Danger : A 6 page essay arguing against assisted suicide as practiced by Dr. Jack Kevorkian. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Kevorkian.wps

The Real Motives of Dr. Kevorkian : This 5 page paper proposes that Dr. Kevorkian’s desire is not to assist suicides but to do experimentation on human beings. The thesis is supported with sufficient back up materials which explores the doctor’s life. A free, additional one page, outline is provided. Bibliography lists 5 sources Drmotive.wps

The Supreme Court And Doctor-Assisted Suicide : 5 pages in length. Within the past year, the Supreme Court has had to grapple with many controversial issues and decide accordingly the best way to appease both the law and the public. Its current decision about whether to include doctor-assisted suicide within the boundaries of the law was monumental and unprecedented. The writer offers an opinionated paper discussing the widely awaited decision allowing individual states to conclude for themselves whether to permit doctor-assisted suicides. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Dasuicide.wps

Government -Limit Spending On The Terminally Ill & Grant Our Right To Die :
In this 9 page paper, the writer argues that the government is spending too much money on prolonging the life of hopelessly-ill patients and that changing this will ultimately have a beneficial effect on our health care system. Moreover, many terminally-ill patients want to end their suffering and die but are not being allowed to do so. The case for removing such restrictions is well-presented. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Termin~1.wps

Gambling / Risks Vs. Potential Benefits : An 8 page overview of the issues surrounding legalized gambling. Enumerates the benefits verses the risks and concludes that even economics, the most often touted justification for legalized gambling, do not always pan out positively. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Gambri.wps

An Argument for the Legalization of Gambling : A well-written 5 page essay arguing for the legalization of casino gambling in the state of Michigan (argument can be applied almost anywhere). A number of sound socio-economic reasons are presented and supported by statistical data. Counter-arguments concerning the morality of gambling are addressed effectively. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Gambmich.wps

The Social Problem of Gambling : This 12 page paper provides an overview concerning the problem of gambling addiction. Social institutions and their relationship to gambling are included. Remedies are discussed and the legalization and regulation of gambling is supported. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Socgambl.wps

The Legalization Of Gambling / Its Social Impact : A 5 page overview of the issues surrounding the legalization of gambling. Evaluates potential social impacts like the increase in crime and the creation of jobs and weighs positives against negatives to conclude that legalized gambling has an overall positive social impact. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Legamb.wps

Legalization of Gambling in New York State : An 11 page paper arguing that New York State should indeed take the final step to fully-legalized casino gambling. The state has operated the lottery since 1967, boasting that they profit more than a billion dollars each year from it. Off-track betting has been legal since 1971, yet legislators resist legalizing casino gambling on "moral" grounds, citing the 1.2% of the country’s general population who are compulsive gamblers. The Indian tribe commonly known as the Mohawks (the Oneida Nation) have had a highly successful casino in operation since 1993, breathing new life into a severely depressed area. Most of upstate New York is farm country, with little attraction for tourists, but the experience of the Oneida Indians shows that people all over the state are interested in legal gaming: more than 7,000 appeared on the casino’s opening day. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Gamble.wps

Gambling as an Addiction : Perfect for those working on an argumentative essay. This 9 page paper argues based upon the available research that gambling is indeed, addictive. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Gambling.wps

Compulsive Gambling : 3 pages in length. There are many factors that are instrumental in explaining why one person can lose a bet and walk away, while another is compelled to chase lost money. Compulsive gambling is a treatable disease that affects a considerable number of people who often do not recognize the fact that they are sick. The writer discusses the basis behind compulsive gambling. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Compgamb.wps

The Social Problem of Gambling : This 12 page paper provides an overview concerning the problem of gambling addiction. Social institutions and their relationship to gambling are included. Remedies are discussed and the legalization and regulation of gambling is supported. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Socgambl.wps

Riverboat Gambling And The Economy : A 6 page paper on the issue of riverboat casinos. The writer examines the various pros and cons associated with this controversial topic. It is ultimately determined that the economic positives of allowing riverboat gambling far outweigh the few societal negatives. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Riverboa.wps

Women In The Military : A 10 page paper that argues that women should not be allowed in the military. The issues raised include psychological fitness, physical-emotional response, and present behavior in the military, and the reputational and financial costs of that behavior. The writer argues that based on the psychological, physical-emotional, and behavioral evidence, women should not be allowed in the military. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Wommil.wps

Gay Marriages : A thorough 9 page discussion of the social, political, and economic implications of gay marriages in today's society. The writer concludes that NO viable argument exists to justify the denial of marriage rights to homosexuals. Bibliography lists 10+ sources. Garmarri.wps

Gay Marriages # 2 : The case for homosexual marriage is made in this four page argument. Positions on both sides of the controversy are explored. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Gaym.wps

Same-Sex Marriages : 15 pages in length. Morality is a grand issue upon which lives are built and destroyed. Veering off course into immoral territory is just where marriages are headed when the wedded couple is of the same sex. Religion is opposed of such acceptance; the general public, for the most part, believes it to be a sinful lifestyle, yet there continues to be a crusade to incorporate the activities of gay and lesbian couples into mainstream society. The writer addresses various issues surrounding same-sex marriages, as well as takes the stand that they are not in the best interest of anyone involved in that reality. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Samesex.wps gay marriage

Gays in the Military & Controversy : A 7 page analysis of the pros and cons associated with the controversy surrounding laws which attempt to ban homosexuals from entry in the U.S. armed forces. The writer feels that these laws are, for the most part, ridiculous as they put the real purpose of the military (to protect our country), second behind superficial social ones. While both sides of the issues are examined, the argument leans in favor of an open policy, particularly when considering the fact that we may some day need to return to a draft or compulsory enlistment. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Gaysmili.wps

Gay Adoption / A Controversial Issue : This 20 page research paper explores the social impact, legal issues, and controversies surrounding the issue of gays adopting children. Both conservatives and activists offer evidence to support their positions in terms of the effect gay parenting has on children. Legal issues are being fought in most states, a battle renewed as a result of a recent ruling by a judge in New Jersey. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Gayadopt.wps

Gay/Lesbian Parenting--- The Adoption Issue : A 6 page paper concerning the controversial issue of same sex couples and adoption. The issues discussed are the "morality" of being a gay parent, stands taken for and against the issue, etc-- the writer is in favor of adoption rights for gay couples. Counter-arguments are presented and then attacked--asserting that just because homosexuals are not biologically able to produce children does not been they should be barred from adopting them. After all, not every heterosexual couple produces their own children either. Moreover, gay parenting helps solve the single-parenting issue as well. Numerous other strong points concerning gay adoption are made. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Gaypar.wps

Should Gays Be Allowed To Adopt Children ? : A 10 page research paper exploring the question: should gays be allowed to adopt children? Both sides of the "gay adoption" controversy are presented with an analysis of the arguments offered. Finally, the writer takes and defends a position in favor of gay adpotion rights. Bibliography includes 11 references. Gadop.wps

Gay Adoption / An Overview : An 8 page research paper in which the writer looks at both sides of the gay adoption controversy -- examining a number of relevant case examples, laws, and policies in different states & regions. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Adogay.wps

Homosexuality Is NOT Genetic / Argument : A 6 page argumentative paper supporting the theory that recent genetic findings cannot displace years of documented support for the behavioral determinants of sexual identification. The writer contends that the many discrepancies in the findings of Hamer and his colleagues leads scientists, sociologists and psychologists to continue to support the concept that homosexuality is determined through behavioral choices, not through genes. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Homosexu.wps

The Issue Of Gun Control : 5 pages in length. It is an issue that tugs at the very core of humanity's struggle to maintain its Constitutional freedoms; one in which opponents are pitted against one another in an effort to hail their side victorious in the ongoing battle. This issue is gun control, and it is as equally divided as any problem would be when one's rights are on the line. In essence, the hotly debated topic represents two evenly endorsed sides: those who want guns removed from society at all levels beyond law enforcement, and the other side who says the right to bear arms is everyone's right. The writer gives an overview of the debate, represents each side's argument and then supports the side that favors gun control. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Guniss.wps

Gun Control / Argument : A 9 page argumentative essay entitled "Guns Don't Kill People, People Kill People" in which the writer uses case examples and statistics to prove their thesis that banning firearms does not reduce, prevent, nor deter crime. Frequent mention is made of the Second Amendment to support these points. Bibliography lists approximately 9 sources. Guncont3.wps

Gun Control & The Second Amendment : 14 page research paper arguing against Gun Control and for the protection of our 'right to bear arms.' Very detailed and comprehensively argued with a primary focus on detailing the U.S. constitution and the Second Amendment. Bibliography lists 29 sources. Guncont.wps

Gun Control As a Crime Deterrent ? A Sociological Examination : A 7 page paper in which the writer assesses -- based upon library research -- whether or not gun control is truly an effective deterrent. Control & opportunity theories are introduced into the discussion and it is ultimate determined that the laws are not effective in curtailing crime. Bibliography lists 20+ sources. Guncontr.wps

Gun Control : An 8 page research paper that looks at both sides of the gun control issue. The writer looks at the US and the UK as being representative of the opposite ends of the spectrum on gun control policies. The United States has the loosest control of private handgun ownership and Britain has one of the strictest. Comparing the two positions of pro-gun factions in the US, such as the National Rifle Association (NRA), with the position of most Britons is instructive because the Britons have achieved the goals that pro-gun control proponents in the US only dream about. In 1996, Briton passed laws that came close to banning the ownership of private weapons. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Gunpolic.wps

Ineffectiveness Of Gun Control : In 8 pages, the writer discusses the ineffectiveness of gun control laws. "Effectiveness of gun control laws is a misnomer. Gun control laws are ineffective. In fact, they are considered to be counter productive to their purpose. The socioeconomic variables have more of an impact on gun related deaths than do gun control laws. Guns are not the root of crime, the problems of society are the root cause of crime." One-page sentence outline included. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Ineffgun.wps

The Question Of Gun Control / Our Constitutional Right To Bear Arms : A 5 page paper that looks at the Second Amendment and the few gun control cases and laws that have been passed over the centuries since. The paper defends the right to bear arms and posits that the right to bear arms is not only a constitutional right, but an historic imperative based on the general public's historic experiences with centrist governments and centrist movements--and what "militia" means in this context. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Yesguns.wps

Gun Control is Necessary : In 4 pages the author discusses the theory that gun control is necessary. People need firearms, but those firearms should be restricted. Not just any person should be able access firearms. This necessitates harsh laws toward gun use. The American people can not have it both ways. If they wish to have firearms there must be control. If they wish to not be controlled, then they should be willing to give up their firearms. Bibliography lists10 sources. NessGun.wps

The Right to Bear Arms : A 15 page argumentative essay in support of the Second Amendment right to bear arms. The paper explores the history behind the Constitutional Amendment, gun legislation, new legal and historian interpretations of the Amendment, and public opinions on the issue--leading to the final conclusion in support of the Second Amendment. Bibliography lists 16 sources. Gunsyes.wps gun control

America’s Love Affair with Guns – It’s Time To Break Up : This 20 page paper looks at the historical perspective of Americans owning guns and their right to do so. The writer argues that there is not a valid reason for private citizens to keep guns in their homes. Extensive bibliography included. Gunsaff.wps

The Case Against Gun Control In New Jersey : The issue is examined in terms of New Jersey legislation in this 5 page paper. The argument made is that citizens should have the right to carry concealed weapons for self protection and that such law would have a deterrent effect. Several relevant cases are noted and statistics are cited as well. Bibliography includes 6 sources. Gunagen.wps

Controversy In Texas - Should The Concealed Handgun Law Be Repealed ? : A 9 page essay on the controversial concealed handgun law in which the writer discusses stories from both sides of the issues. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Handgun.wps

Equality & Its Importance In Modern Society : A 7 page paper defending the need for equality / equal treatment in society. The writer defines and explores various relevant issues and refutes opposing viewpoints. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Equality.wps

Dental Insurance / Increase Coverage? No : A 5 page argumentative against increasing dental insurance coverage. The writer basis the argument on cost comparisons between insurance coverage and out-of-pocket expenses for preventive care and emergency care. Other arguments against include arguments for keeping insurance costs down, and business and provider trends. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Cndental.wps

The Controversy Over Year-Round Education : A 7 page paper describing year-round schools in the U.S. The writer describes what year-round schools are, studies on their effectiveness, and recommends that they be adopted. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Yearroun.wps

Should Teachers Be Allowed to Date Students? : A 9 page paper discussing the confusion of the teen years and the influence that a trusted teacher can have. That teacher can be the teen’s lifeline, the adult who can sometimes accomplish the impossible task of understanding the fears and uncertainties that so often must be covered with bravado and brashness. When the relationship between teacher and student becomes any closer than that, however, all parties involved risk long-lasting harm, but the teen is the one with the highest price to pay. Long-standing taboos in this area do indeed have a reason for being, and deserve not only to be left in place, but also defended. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Teacdate.wps

Will Restricting Immigration Prevent Cultural Disintegration? : 6 pages in length. The United States of America is known as a cultural melting pot, where foreign-born peoples have flourished both economically and independently for nearly four hundred years. However, there is currently much concern about the long-term effects such immigrant influx is causing and will continue to cause the both the land and the legal citizens. The writer discusses the aspect of job stealing, overpopulation and environmental consequences instigated by the open-door immigration policy. Extensive bibliography included. Immigrat.wps

Nuclear Waste Dumping & Yucca Mountain / Controversy : A 12 page paper on the controversy surrounding the U.S. government's plan to turn Yucca Mountain (Nevada) into the first large-scale nuclear waste "dumping ground." The writer explains the logic that went into the government's choice of location, and then presents the resistance from Nevada state residents. Environmental / scientific issues concerning Nevada's geology, the safety of waste burial, etc.; are discussed. The writer presents strong arguments as to why Yucca Mountain is indeed the only logical site for such a project and refutes arguments to the contrary. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Yucca.wps

Pornography / Sexual Slavery : A 4 page argumentative essay examining the controversy surrounding pornography. The writer discusses the negativity and danger of porn and argues against it from a social (not moral) perspective. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Pornogra.wps

Does Pornography Cause Violence ? : A 9 page research paper attempting to answer questions about the relationship that may exist between pornography and violence. The writer evaluates articles arguing both ways and ultimately concludes that certain forms of pornography do indeed have a tendency to cause violent sexual behavior. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Pornviol.wps

Supreme Court Usurps Individual Rights : A 5 page paper that argues the following: over the years, individual rights have been denied by the Supreme Court. In the criminal justice system, this has lead to the relaxing of laws to the extent that our Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights have been seriously infringed upon. All rights to personal freedoms in the workplace have been taken away by the Supreme Court, and women’s rights to abortion have been substantially reduced. The remaining issue for many of us is the Supreme Court’s decision on First Amendment rights in regards to imposed decency on the Internet. This decision is expected within the next month. We can only hope it is not their desire to usurp further rights from United States citizenry. The affect on global Internet business is inestimable. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Copies of sources included. Usurp.wps

Unblind Justice / Cameras In The Courtroom : A 5 page argumentative essay on why cameras should not be allowed in the courtroom. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Camcour.wps

Cameras In The Courtroom / Right Or Privilege? : A 5 page paper discussing the role of cameras in the courtroom and proclaiming the need to keep them there. Bibliography lists five sources. Cameras.wps

The Problem of Myths : A 7 page, argumentative essay in which the writer attempts to prove that myths have no worthwhile value in contemporary society. It is asserted that myths are so factually incorrect that they serve only to distort history and to confuse contemporary readers. Using examples from various cultures and periods, emphasis is placed upon the fact that myths are greatly-exaggerated and can ever be taken at face value. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Mythhate.wps

Ecotourism -- Right or Wrong ? : A 6 page paper on the debate over ecotourism -- the principle under which individuals with at least some discretionary income are encouraged to visit environmentally-sensitive areas under the hope that they will be compelled to contribute money. Although some arguments are presented showing ecotourism’s positive benefits, the overall conclusion of the paper is that ecotourism is intrinsically intrusive. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Ecotour.wps

Welfare / Necessary for Our Children : A 4 page paper in which the writer examines myths created by welfare opponents and argues about the necessity of welfare programs in guaranteeing the health and well being of many of the nations children. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Welf.wps

Steroids - Not Worth It ! : In this 10 page argumentative essay, the writer discusses steroid use and its harmful effects. It is asserted that steroids are not only dangerous-- they are impractical as well. Various case examples and relevant data concerning the undesirable effects of continued steroid usage are presented. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Steroids.wps

Steroids -- Do You Really Want A Body "To Die For"? : An 8 page, argumentative research paper detailing the dangers of steroids-- with particular relevance to athletes. The writer describes the biological effects of steroids, why they seem to "work," and what problems they ultimately cause after continued use. Studies demonstrating that steroid use causes aggressive behavior, impotency, etc.; are cited. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Steroid2.wps

Reproductive Technology / Parenthood or Propriety? : A 5 page paper outlining the major ethical issues dealing with reproductive technology and modern medicine. Some of the technologies discussed include in vitro fertilization, surrogate motherhood, etc;.

The writer takes the view of the protagonist: these medical breakthroughs should be used by those people unable to have children naturally. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Invitro.wps

Should Ross Perot Have Been Allowed in the 1996 Debates ? : A 6 page, argumentative research paper on whether or not Ross Perot should have been allowed to participate in the 1996 Presidential debates. The writer addresses arguments in favor of Perot's participation and refutes them all one by one-- maintaining that there was no reason he should have been allowed in. It is believed that Ross Perot can get his points across in other ways and does not need to do so in a more serious-minded, traditional Republican vs. Democrat debate. The argument is also made that the debates should be reserved only for those candidates who are known to have a reasonable chance of winning and not any individual who feels that (s)he would like to run for office. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Perot.wps

Do Motorcycle Helmets Reduce Hearing & Vision? : This 8 page paper reviews the literature relating to the safety components of wearing a helmet when on a motorcycle and looks at the arguments for and against wearing a motorcycle helmet. Ultimately, the author supports helmet use. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Bikehelm.wps

Legalizing the California Ferret : A 7 page paper arguing for the legalization of domestic ferrets in the state of California. Argument paper listing 3 sources in bibliography. Ferret.wps

Role Playing Games Do Not Lead to Satan Worship & Murder! : A 6 page paper discussing role-playing fantasy games that have been blamed for deviant, violent, and criminal behaviors. The goal of the writer is to demonstrate the foolishness of such claims and assure readers that "RPG"s do not lead to Satan-worship or murder! Bibliography lists 7 sources. Roleplay.wps

Existence of God / Argumentative Essay : A 5 page paper which assumes the writer believes in God, but is presented with an argument denying the existence of a higher power. Over a period of time, no flaws can be found in this argument. Would this cause the person to stop believing in God, why or why not? Bibliography lists 1 source. Godyes.wps

Utilitarian Argumentative Essay : A 4 page argumentative essay expressing how The Gap has a right to exploit third world workers under the philosophical concept of utilitarianism. The writer proves that under utilitarianism, The Gap’s exploitation of workers serves the long-term economies of the workers, the investors, the countries in which they have established an industry infrastructure, and the world. No bibliography. Cnthegap.wps

Argument - Mandatory HIV Testing for Pregnant Mothers: 7 pages in length. The author argues in support of mandatory HIV testing for pregnant mothers, not only for the woman's health, but also for the health of the child. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Mandhiv.wps

The Problem of Affirmative Action : A five page research paper arguing that affirmative action can and should be banned. Includes outline, and bibliography with 6 sources. Affirm3.wps

Affirmative Action’s Lack Of Usefulness : A 10 page paper arguing that any usefulness that affirmative action policies could have claimed in the past have long since been obsolete. When affirmative action policies were instituted, there was little chance that an educated and qualified black man or a woman of any color could break into the corporate world by any means except that of growing their own. After more than 30 years of evolution of the act and of more than enough time in which to judge affirmative action’s effectiveness, the only logical conclusion in light of the facts—rather than of rhetoric—is that not only has affirmative action not worked for the black segment of our population for which it was originally intended, it has not worked for any segment of our population. Annotated bibliography lists 8 sources. AfActNo.doc

In Defense of Affirmative Action : A 6page research paper which argues that affirmative action programs are still needed and useful for providing equal educational and employment opportunities to women and minorities. The writer states all of the major arguments against affirmative action, and then shows, through an historical and demographic context, why these arguments simply do not hold up as legitimate reasons for ending affirmative action. Bibliography contains 6 sources. Defaff.wps

Affirmative Action / Pros & Cons In Fire Safety : Affirmative action programs are evaluated specifically as they pertain to fire departments in this 7 page paper. Both sides of the issue are explored. Specific cases and examples are provided. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Affy.wps

School Prayer & The First Amendment & The Establishment Clause : A 6 page paper on the double edged sword of religious liberty in the First Amendment to the Constitution and the prohibition of establishment of religion as it relates to the controversy over mandated prayer or "moments of silence" in the classroom. Social, political, theological, & U.S. Supreme Court arguments are examined and the writer ultimately concludes that the State must not be allowed to coerce us into acknowledging any religion -- Banning school prayer will ultimately serve a greater good and contribute to the provision of true Democratic justice in America. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Schlpry2.wps

The Negative Side Of School Prayer : A 4 page philosophical paper examining the premise that organized school prayer causes discomfort for some, even if allowed (indeed, encouraged) to abstain if they personally object. The paper makes the claim that having school prayer has bad features, and follows with statements of explanation and defense of the claim. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Prayer2.wps

Prayer In The Public Schools Of America : This 5 page argumentative essay examines Americans’ right to pray in school or anywhere else. Argument evolves from information on speeches by Sen. Jesse Helm, Jay Alen Sekulow, and Sen. Mark Hatfield. No bibliography. Scprayer.wps

Near Death Experiences -- Are They Real ? : A 9 page research paper examining the validity of alleged Near Death Experiences (NDE). Since Raymond Moody coined the term with the publication of Life After Life in 1975, the entire issue has been under debate. Though some researchers maintain that the NDE is nothing more than a product of physiological changes the body undergoes when death is imminent, their scientific logic is found to be faulty. The body of knowledge surrounding the NDE is too vast to be dismissed because of our inability to clinically replicate the events encompassed by the NDE. That same inability does nothing to prevent the stars from existing and maintaining their positions, either. Those who have returned unshakably hold that their experiences were in fact very real, regardless of what some researchers want to say about those experiences. Thus, the writer of this paper makes a strong argument that NDEs are indeed, very real. Bibliography lists 9 sources. FREE Outline included. Nde.wps

Teen Marriages / Do They Last ? : This 5 page essay argues that teen marriages do last. Despite statistics to the contrary, and a social structure that discourages these unions, there are compelling reasons for people to marry early. It is further shown that there is a lack of adequate data to support the notion that adolescent marriages fail. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Teenmari.doc

Arguments Against The Impeachment Of President Bill Clinton : This 10 page report discusses the controversy surrounding the possible impeachment of U.S. President Bill Clinton (written in November of 1998). The writer takes a strong position against instituting the impeachment process and presents arguments to support that viewpoint. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Agaimp.wps

Impeachment Focus / "High Crimes and Misdemeanors" : A 12 page research paper exploring the issue of the impeachment of President Bill Clinton. The writer looks at the history of other impeachment processes and makes comparisons between them, and explores the Constitutional provisions in Article II, Section 4 covering impeachment in relationship to the current proceedings. The writer defers to that definition. Bibliography lists 22 sources. Cnimpeach.wps

Shipwrecks -- Hardly A Threat Anymore... : A 5 page paper on the phenomenon of shipwrecks and how,-- through the use of modern technologies, -- they are both less likely to occur and more likely to be understood. Research is also examined concerning some of the reasons that shipwrecks used to occur so often and the precautions that are taken today. Specific examples are provided to illustrate points made. Bibliography lists 8 sources. FREE outline of essay also included. Shipwrec.wps

An Argument for Socialized Health Care in America : A 14 page paper that discusses who in America is without insurance--elderly, very young, minorities, self-employed, successes in other countries (stats), Clinton's original health reform plan, and current costs to U.S. workers and employers (stats) and the fact that companies are trying to reduce administrative costs by reducing their share in employee health costs through a number of methods. The writer argues that Americans should rethink their initial fear of a nationalized health care plan and work to instigate legislation that would support such a plan. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Sochelth.wps

The Mystery Of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) : The question of life existing beyond the confines of our own planet and the visitations that such beings might make to our world, is one that pre-dates the twentieth century. In this 10 page research paper, the writer explores the mystery of U.F.O.s, historical "sightings," government reports, and the ensuing controversy today. Statistics concerning the number of people who claim to have seen a UFO are cited and alternative explanations are provided. It is ultimately concluded that while flying saucers may very well exist, such can not yet be proven. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Ufos.wps

Argument / The Roswell New Mexico UFO Crash Was A Government Cover-upA 5 page examination of the Roswell incident which involved government investigation of what is presumed to be a UFO crash. The writer examines the eye-witness testimony, reports about government documents, and press releases. It is argued and concluded that this crash was indeed a bonafide UFO and that fact has been intentionally suppressed by our government. Bibliography lists five sources. Roswell.wps

Arguing The Existence Of Angels : A 5 page research essay about the existence of heavenly angels. The writer argues that if one believes in the Bible, which is the foundation for all Christian religions, then there is no other conclusion to draw regarding angels but the fact that they do, in fact, exist. There are thousands of references to God's angels in both the Old and New Testaments; references that place angels on earth. There is not reason to not believe that God would send His angels to earth today as He did then. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Angels.wps

International Students & The Problem Of Writing Essays : An argumentative 5 page essay examining why so many international students dislike writing essays. Three causes are given: interest and motivation are in vocational training, cultural autonomy vs. western philosophy, and the use of proper English language as a U.S.-bias. All of these are argued against, but the final thesis is that because of these arguments, international students' motivations should be given more consideration by the university, and students (who after graduation find they approve of their education in the U.S.) are willing to contribute to the university-international student interaction and program design. The paper postulates a more congruent interaction between the two. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Intessay.wps

Divorce / An Argument Against Breaking Up : Divorce is a controversial topic and act, to say the least. In this 5 page essay the writer explores the arguments against divorce and refutes each. Finally, the writer offers a creative new concept for marriage licenses which, in effect, eliminate the need for divorce. No bibliography. Divorce2.wps

"Wearing Animals" : A 2 page essay arguing against the fur trade and the human use of furs for aesthetic purposes. Author sees moral reasons for cessation as outweighing any economic ones for continuance. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Furs.wps

Argument For African-American Reparation : A 6 page research paper that discusses the need for and advantages of making reparations to African Americans for 250 years of slavery. The writer presents both the ongoing economic disadvantages caused by this inheritance, and that this was resolved in other reparation cases. The writer also provides brief viewpoints of Black leaders and President Clinton on what should be done and what is being done to resolve this issue. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Repar.wps

The National Debt / ‘Pros’ and ‘Cons’ : A 10 page paper that reviews current literature to survey the attitudes of various groups toward the National Debt. Survey statistics are included to show the growth and impact of the budget deficit over time, and specific implications for economic and social programs are reviewed. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Debt.wps

U.S. Support of the International Monetary Fund / Pros & Cons : This 5 page paper is written as a memorandum and discusses reasons why the U.S. should support the IMF and reasons why it should not. The writer also presents recommendations for action or resolution of the issue. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Imfpc.wps

Compulsory Automobile Liability Insurance : A 17 page research paper on the 25-year-old debate in the U.S. on how best to handle the problem of uninsured motorists. Some experts believe that the system of compulsory liability auto insurance that utilizes the system of "tort law" has failed in all of its stated goals. No-fault and choice insurance are discussed as alternatives. Bibliography lists 20 sources. Autoliab.wps


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