By Lori A. Johnson, Kathleen Uradnik, Sara Beth Hower
Govt and politics is a space within which there are not any "right" solutions, yet a lot room for debate. Battleground: executive and Politics permits scholars and common readers alike to think about key political debates from both sides and to reach at their very own thought of convictions, in line with a company realizing of the problems and issues of view concerned. This two-volume paintings explores dozens of the main contentious matters in modern lifestyles, matters that impression how our executive is administered at the present time and the way it is going to be run sooner or later. each one subject is tested in a balanced approach, offering not just an summary of the problems concerned, yet an aim evaluate of the stance of each side. Readers can use those entries as thorough and good summaries of the main contentious controversies in modern society, or as beginning issues for extra in-depth learn into the debates.
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Although legal, in some states it was impossible to obtain an abortion because there were no remaining providers. Women seeking abortions had to travel to adjoining states, or to wait for a doctor from another state to travel to their local clinic. Increased public awareness about abortion and public pressure on medical providers resulted in a measurable but ironic result: abortions became harder to come by for many women. Advocates of the right of abortion celebrated Roe v. Wade for making the procedure legal, but in the aftermath of the decision, the victory became at least somewhat symbolic, in that it did not lead to acceptance and ready availability of the procedure.
The glass ceiling is typically thought of as a barrier in the corporate world, but it exists in government as well. Speaking before the 2008 Democratic National Convention, New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, who had waged a strong but ultimately unsuccessful campaign for her party’s nomination for president, told the gathered delegates that she and her supporters had made “18 million cracks in the glass ceiling” that had to date kept a woman from being nominated for president. ” The debate over afﬁrmative action has generally been divided along political lines, with Republicans and conservatives arguing that afﬁrmative action gives unqualiﬁed candidates a “leg up” on more qualiﬁed candidates.
The United States denounced it, and the United Nations passed a resolution protesting it. An overwhelming majority of Afghans also opposed the communist regime. In deﬁance, Afghan ﬁghters known as the “Mujahedin,” comprised of loosely aligned Afghan opposition groups, fought a guerrilla war against Soviet troops. As many Afghans joined the Mujahedin, the Soviet Union became embroiled in a military quagmire, especially as their forces failed to gain control of areas outside Afghanistan’s major cities.