This essay is aimed to explain the impact of drug dealing on the economy using simple macroeconomic logic. While this paper elaborates on the effects of drug dealing on key economic areas, including labour force productivity, economic output, savings and investment, trade and balance of payments and inflation, the evidence provided in this essay propounds the notion that overall illicit drug dealing would negatively affect the economy.
What Happened to African Americans During the Great Depression?
The time of the Great Depression is the time America’s worst economic crisis, where thousands of people lost their jobs, unable to find new ones, and thousands of families were forced into poverty. This period made the already quite gloomy economic situation much worse for African Americans.
Because Blacks were the first ones to lose their jobs, they suffered from joblessness in more ways than whites did. At the beginning of the US government help program, African Americans got significantly less support comparably to whites. Continue reading
Stonehenge is one of the most significant prehistoric monuments in the world. It was built during the transition from Neolithic period to Bronze Age in Wiltshire, Britain and in 1986 it was designated a World Heritage Site. Stonehenge was built gradually and archaeologists classify its parts into six different periods.
How does Shakespeare engage the audience in Macbeth Act 2?
William Shakespeare’s Macbeth presents a bloody tragedy about the dangers of ambition. The first act of the play introduces both the supernatural element that runs throughout the play, as well as the treasonous plan to kill the king for the Macbeths’ benefit. Shakespeare utilizes the supernatural and the macabre to foreshadow the continued bloody tragedy of the play in Act 2 with Macbeth’s vision of a dagger before he murders King Duncan.
Write an essay speaking about mysterious symbolic meaning of angels in Thomas Wolfe’s novel.
Thomas Wolfe addresses a number of personal and social struggles in his novel Look Homeward, Angel, allowing right and wrong to become the result of perspective and principle. In this way, the symbolism of angels supports the idea that goodness is relative and that a state of grace is inherent to motivation. Thus, angels represent the personal human condition as one that is likened to divinity on the precipice of the fall. Wolfe informs the reader within the initial pages as to the trope for reading these signifiers.
Is It Ethical To Advertise Products To Children?
Since the very first advertising, the central purpose of the marketers was to make and increase revenues. Although the purpose has changed throughout the years, the main focus on appealing to the customer and guiding their buying habits remained (Puiu 2034). Such powerful efforts of the advertisers can be harmful to people, especially for children, whose knowledge of marketing is clearly insufficient. The present essay discusses whether it is ethical to advertise products to children.
Is Animal Testing Necessary?
The debates over the necessity of animal testing remain topical nowadays. Some people stress the importance of animal testing for research and finding out the side effects of new products and treatments, while others consider this irrelevant, cruel in respect of animals and support the use of new alternative methods. In this paper, I am going to argue that tests on animals are unnecessary due to the reasons discussed below.
What is worse: oversleeping or undersleeping?
Many epidemiological studies show a strong connection between sleep duration and health. Oversleepers and undersleepers are both exposed to greater risks of death and diseases than normal length sleepers.
It should be mentioned that sleep needs vary across ages. Besides age, in order to establish how much sleep you need, it would be necessary to take into account your work schedule and stress and examine other factors that could be affecting the quantity (and the quality) of your sleep. The general opinion is that normal sleep length is 7 – 9 hours for adults.
Ray Bradbury’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’, a futuristic fiction written in 1953, is a novel about the future society where people have limited personal freedom. It is a society where order and harmony are present at the expense of individual rights.
The main character, Guy Montag, a fireman whose job is burning books instead of putting out fires, realizes that people lead superficial lives and is willing to change that. It is almost impossible to find people who understand him and it is also the case with his wife who spends time watching television on the walls or listening to the radio.
For many people, having a child is the cherished dream. But according to statistical researches nearly 15 percent of couples are unable to have children. By using the services of surrogate mother these individuals can have a desirable child with gene characteristics from one or even both parents.
However, attitude to surrogacy is often rather ambiguous. In most countries, gestational surrogacy is legally prohibited (McLachlan, Hugh V.; Swales, J. Kim). Many religious organizations are frown upon the process of surrogacy, which can be the only option for some individuals to start their family.