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This documentary examining the events leading to the Watergate Scandals during the Nixon Presidency from about 1972 to President Nixon's eventual resignation from office in 1974. It focuses on the role of the Washington Post during this period and their involvement in exposing the break-in of the Watergate Hotel in Washington D.C. through an anonymous…

The three roles of Congress are to pass laws, manage collecting and spending of Federal moneys, and shaping foreign policies. In their position as law makers, the Constitution refers to Congress as the legislative branch that pass and veto all laws that come to the Federal level. Considered the most important power, the "power of…

Those who have been discriminated against know the importance of civil rights equality and how unbalanced these rights are dispersed. In a society dominated by white males, civil rights covers issues that deal with prejudices against both gender and race. Women and blacks have been the predominant proponents for civil rights, having always been the…

"Power consists in one's capacity to link his will with the purpose of others, to lead by reason and a gift of cooperation." Woodrow Wilson (1856 – 1924) In its most simplest definition, "power is the ability of one person to control or influence the choices of other persons" (Bell, 1975). In today's modern societies,…

"Those who love this country have a patriotic obligation to defend this country." -Charles Rangel, New York House of Representatives The nation had a draft in place between 1948 and 1973. It grew to become the centre of controversy during the Vietnam War, 1964-1975, an undeclared war that was the most unpopular conflict America has…

For citizens of other nations, the creation and embracing of a national identity is fairly simple. Frenchmen speak French, appreciate fine wine and have a penchant for quoting "vive la France." For those of German decent, a near-worship of autobahns and machines as well as beer, pretzels and bratwurst are traits that make one identify…

The Architecture of Democracy "We shape our buildings, and afterwards our buildings shape us." -Winston Churchill Architecture as an art, reflects the needs of the societies they placed in. Buildings create not only a space wherein people perform a set of activities, but manifest the ideas of a culture. Architecture, then, can be used to…