ComDoc is a document imaging solutions partner, providing products, services, support and solutions to businesses of all sizes. I also think that the dominance question boils down even further to the question of the size and power of our governments – no matter what name we give them. Socialism is the all-powerful government, (as illustrated by the video), and Capitalism is the least powerful government – based on the core ideals of both systems. Under Article 129 of the Constitution, people’s procuratories are the State organs for legal supervision”. Its functions are defined by the Organic Law of the People’s Procuratorates (1983). it is now totally discredited, and we have a pragmatic vacuum in the world today regarding doctrines. But I see the beginnings, in writings and stirrings, of the making of a doctrine which combines anti-Americanism with anti-globalization, and the two could become a powerful force in a world that is very unequal and turbulent. Para 11. No Dispute, I said as close as possible acknowledging its nature as a Republic. I never said I that I would undermine our system of government solely in the interests of popular sovereignty. But, I want as much popular sovereignty as possible working within the framework of our system of government. Ex Parte Communication – Communication about a lawsuit between a judge and one party, witness, attorney, or other person interested in the litigation when all of the parties are not present and the absent party did not have notice. In order to operate as a democracy, the United States has to have free and fair elections, citizen participation in government, protect citizens’ human rights, and honor the rule of law. The United States meets all four the criteria to qualify as a democracy. A democracy can be defined as a government system with supreme power placed in the hands of the people. It can be traced back to as early as the fifth century B.C. In fact, the word democracy is Greek for people power”. While most use the United States as an example of a democratic government system, the United States actually has what is called a representative democracy The difference lies in the method of civilian participation. In a direct democracy , every citizen is given an equal say in the government. In a representative democracy , citizens elect representatives who make the law. The difference is significant when put into action. Other examples of democratic states include Aruba, Bulgaria, Canada, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic. Socialism is a system in which ownership of assets, and the control over the means of production, are taken from the people and given to the government. The central governmental authority takes over the economic affairs of society from the private sphere.

Japanese surrender establish the point for the resurgence of civil war in China. Though just nominally democratic, the Nationalist Government of Chiang Kai shek continued to get U.S. support equally as its former battle ally and when the single choice for stopping Communist influence of China. U.S. forces flew a huge number of Nationalist Chinese troops into Japanese controlled territory and made it possible for them to take the Japanese surrender. The Soviet Union, meanwhile, occupied Manchuria and just pulled out when Chinese Communist forces had been in position in that territory. In the United States, socialism has not historically enjoyed as much success as a political movement. Its peak came in 1912, when Socialist Party presidential candidate Eugene V. Debs won 6 percent of the vote. But at the same time, U.S. programs once considered socialist, such as Medicare and Social Security , have been integrated into American life. Colin Ward started reading anarchist literature towards the tail end of World War II ; he wasn’t a conscientious objector. He was called to give evidence when anarchists had been put on trial for sedition, because he had himself read this pamphlet that was supposed to be seditious. That was his entry into anarchism. For ten years he edited the journal Anarchy, and he became the leading voice of what he sometimes called pragmatic anarchism. He was interested in thinking about how, in a different post-War world, the ideas of historical anarchists could still be applied and used constructively through social policy and the institutions that we have, to ‘anarchise’ society. That was his real contribution. Clive Hamilton is a Professor of Public Ethics at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, a joint centre of Charles Sturt University and the University of Melbourne. For 14 years he was the Executive Director of The Australia Institute, a progressive think tank he founded. He has published on a wide range of subjects but is best known for his books, a number of which have been best-sellers. They include Growth Fetish (2003), Affluenza (with Richard Denniss, 2005), What’s Left: The death of social democracy (2006), Silencing Dissent (edited with Sarah Maddison, 2007) and Scorcher: The dirty politics of climate change (2007). Democracies are meant to resist separation by class, politically or economically. Class distinctions can become pronounced, however, due to capitalist society. Varies from state to state. Criminal lawyer also known as criminal defense lawyer is a lawyer specializing in the defense of individuals and companies charged with criminal activity. Most of them work in private practice or in a firm. Some work for non-profit agencies or for the government as public defenders. A public defender is an attorney appointed by the court to represent defendants who cannot afford a lawyer. Criminal lawyers handle a diverse range of criminal cases, ranging from domestic violence crimes, sex crimes, violent crimes, drug crimes, theft, embezzlement, fraud and various other crimes. Criminal lawyers serve as both an advisor and an advocate for their clients. Criminal lawyers represent the accused or defendants facing criminal charges in the trial courts as well as in the appellate courts.

It’s easy to be seduced into thinking that these kinds of hardships don’t exist. At some point Tolstoy writes that we’re ‘hypnotised.’ And he also says that we’re being ‘bought off’ by the goods that have become available to us. To him, one of the flaws of socialism is to think that all we need to do is take control of the means of production, and everybody can have all the rich have now. Tolstoy thinks that’s a ridiculous thing to say; if you really want to live an anarchist life, you’ll have to get used to living very differently and within your means. For us today, it might be living within our ecological means; for Tolstoy he was thinking of what was available in a rural society through local production. The broad programs in academic institutions include many areas of life with the teaching of historical and geographic concepts; scientific studies are undertaken for improved health and food security; international relations and inter-religious understanding are fostered. Also modern community life and the philosophy of democracy, peace and conflict resolution, good governance, human rights and other ideologies are taught in order that intelligent decisions could be drawn. These designed educational programs bring enrichment and information to students in such fields as economics, government, health and sanitation, agriculture, international relations, human rights and diplomacy. In support of these varied disciplines academic libraries provide huge collections to include local materials some of which are in the form of government publications whereby students, faculty and researches could share their experiences and interests and develop satisfactory personal adjustment with regard varied government functionaries in society. By so doing students are provided the opportunity to grow in social usefulness and develop their intellectual interests and capabilities in order to become responsible members of society. This in turn could help promote nationalism. In lieu of these factors academic libraries attempt to provide liberal collections to include books, serial publications, audio-visuals and government publications. 12Notwithstanding his work with Marxists through the Labour College, Bolton became an official of the newly-organised Blaydon constituency Labour Party (CLP). Crucially, the party offered Bolton a springboard for his public political career; he was duly elected a Labour representative for Chopwell ward of Blaydon Urban District Council (UDC) in April 1919. 20 The Urban District Councils in this period formed a significant part of local administration with extensive powers over house building, schools, sanitation, street improvements and road building, street lighting, recreation grounds, public conveniences, as well as administering the Old Age Pensions Act. A seat on the council allowed Bolton to promote many causes.

A case, controversy, or lawsuit. Participants (plaintiffs and defendants) in lawsuits are called litigants. But as the years went by, the Court of Chancery began to be known for the same problems it had been set up to combat: expense and delay. Also, the Lord Chancellor was free to give whatever ruling he liked in a Chancery court, unbound by the law – which made it almost impossible for lawyers to advise their clients correctly. Acceptance: One of three requirements for a valid contract under common law (the other two being offer and consideration). A contract does not become legally binding until one party has made an offer and the other party indicates his readiness to accept the terms of the offer. Acceptance must be unconditionally communicated to the offeror while the offer is still open. Acceptance of an offer can, in certain circumstances, be implied by conduct. Unlike in 1998, the crisis today seems to be more irreparable as the United States is facing what many economists describe as the worst economic crisis in its history, triggering unstoppable skyrocketing of oil prices and prices of foodstuffs around the world. As already stated, the oil crisis is a global one and has to be addressed not only at the national level, but at the international level as well. What has happened is that there has been a sociological deterioration that made it possible to have our society and political process evolve into a non coherent destabilizing set of factors that have only made our nation so unstable. Today, what we have is that when neither the Democrats or Republicans have cooperated in fostering any kind of compromise that would restore the publics confidence just shows how disconnected our government really is form the harsh realities facing millions of Americans. And, if Congress somehow manages to reach a compromise like they did with the first Stimulus Bill last spring They find a way to come up short with too little too late. Counterclaim – A claim made by the defendant in a civil lawsuit against the plaintiff. In essence, a counter lawsuit within a lawsuit. The funny thing about this country is that it is not all one thing. We are a piecemeal of ideas and wisdom from many different persuasions. For instance we are not a full on democracy. Some say we are a Democratic Republic but more to the point we are a Constitutional Republic whereby our votes further up the ladder are representative votes. The founders wanted it this way after much study of successful and failed government through history. Our particular form is in a corrupted state whereby money has supplanted individual representation. The lawyers were able to somehow make sense of this to the Supreme Court. Instead of helping the body as a whole it has enriched those who can afford it. Money is a surrogate vote. It not only replaces a single argument it buys its’ silence through the representative. Until we take the money out of the system we will end up with false representation and corruption as the norm.