Political Economy - David White 9-24-07 Political Economy...

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David White 9-24-07 Political Economy Extra Credit The first site that I visited was the AARP website. Here they had many different menus to choose from. A few of these menu selections included: Issues and Elections, Learning and Technology, Health, Family Home and Legal, Money and Work, and also a Travel Menu. Each of these menus gave numerous facts and just a lot of interesting material and related websites that we as viewers might find interesting. On the Family Home and Legal menu you could even take a test to check your Driving IQ. I thought it would be neat to try this out so I did. After taking the test I ended up making a 70! Wow that made me feel bad but I don’t think that was a very fair test for a twenty year old. There were all sorts of fun things on this site that I could learn from even if I am not fifty years old. There was even a section of fun and games, but I figured that that was not supposed to be what we are to be looking at. The next website that I visited was the Christian Coalation of America. Here I
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course ENGLISH 2200 taught by Professor Wai during the Spring '08 term at Auburn University.

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