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Letter to Senator Clinton the Honorable Term Paper

… Letter to Senator Clinton

The Honorable Senator Hillary Clinton

Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions

Senate

Dear Senator Hilary Clinton:

I would like to address an issue of personal significance to you, and to every American -- the issue of health care. Long ago, during the former President Clinton's administration, to much unjust derision, you suggested that a single-payer system, a system into which every American 'pays' for health care through their taxes, might be superior to the current system of healthcare financing. Since your proposal, as recently chronicled in the popular film documentary created by Michael Moore called "Sicko," the costs and abuses of the healthcare system have spiraled out of control. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that 54.5…. [read more]


Direct to Consumer Advertising History Term Paper

… THE DTC ADVERTISING PHENOMENON

The National Institute for Health Care Management, a nonprofit watchdog agency, estimated that expenditures in pharmaceutical advertising in the U.S. grew from an estimated $55 million in 1991 to $2.5 billion in 2001. While the numbers seem exponential, the Institute points out that the ads represented merely 16% of the entire budget for drug promotions in 2001. A historic perception perpetuated by the drug industry is that costs are driven by expenditures in research and development. This has been considered a valid argument, as advances in drug research are indeed beneficial to humanity. However, recent examination of the industry's expenditures indicates that marketing (34.4%), not R&D (13.7%), comprise the lion's share of the industry's operating expenditures.

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American Political Philosophy: Republicanism Term Paper

… The structure of the government formed on the basis of republicanism is representative of both national and federalist in nature. While it operates for and uses its power for the good of the nation, the extent of its power is federal in nature.

In No. 57, Madison continued to provide a further description of the characteristics associated with republicanism. In responding to charges that had been made against the Constitution, Madison explained that a government representative of republicanism was one that would insure that those who represented the people would not be the elite within society who would "have least sympathy with the mass of the people, and be most likely to aim at an ambitious sacrifice of the many to the aggrandizement of the…. [read more]

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