Civil Rights Movements
1. Over the course of its history, the United States has moved closer to the ideal of being a colorblind society. In the modern era, African Americans and other racial and ethnic groups have
successfully moved up the socioeconomic a
The Welfare Reforms
1. The Welfare Reforms of 1996 primarily effected the lower class (the poor). It switched the
responsibility from the federal government into the hands of the states in regards to helping the
poor. Also, the 1996 Welfare Reforms put an
Tables and Maps
Page 144: Table 6-1 Serious Crimes in the Uniform Crime Reports
Table 6-1 defines all of the serious crimes including, murder, manslaughter, aggravated assault,
forcible rape, and robbery. It also defines burglary, larceny-theft, motor veh
1a. According to the conservative view, why is poverty a persistent problem in American
Conservative point out that almost all poverty around the United States is relative
property. In other words only a small percentage of the people tha
Math 185, Fall 2011
FOR FULL CREDIT YOU MUST SHOW ALL THE WORK.
(Solve 9 out of 11 problems. Each problem is worth 11 points.)
a. Identify the sets below (for example, if one of those is set of integers then write next to
it set of integers)
Is it useful to categorize human rights into different generations or as positive and negative rights?
What are the advantages of and disadvantages of each approach?
1. 1st Generation
Civil and Political rights
Emerged during the Revolutionary Era in US a
April 27, 2013
Eligibility Assignment: Ch. 10
Some of the weaknesses of the U.S. economy are as follows: most good and services are
produced by the corporations (business with a legal existence, including rights and liabilities,
1a. According to the evidence presented in the textbook, which groups of people are at a
higher risk of committing street crimes?
According to the FBI data, we can analyze the typical street criminals in terms of age,
gender, social class, race and ethnic