Posted by Chip | Posted in Other - Environment | Posted on 07-03-2014
6th grade geography homework help!?
Can you please check the following questions?
13. Name four of the mountain ranges found in the United States.
Four of the mountain ranges found in the United States are the Cascade Range, Rocky Mountains, Great Plains, and Appalachain Mountains.
For the next question, can you help me with the fourth mineral resource?
14. Name four of the mineral resources found in the United States.
Also, are the 3 I listed correct?
Thanks, 10 points to the best answer.
The last one i am possitive is iron! Also yes the 3 you listed are correct.
What do you think of this part of the green party platform?
The U.S. intentionally defines corporations through charters or certificates of incorporation. In exchange for the charter, a corporation was obligated to obey all laws, to serve the common good, and to cause no harm. Early state legislators wrote charter laws to limit corporate authority and ensure that when a corporation caused harm, they could revoke its charter.
In the late 19th century, however, corporations claimed special protections under the Constitution. They insisted that once formed, corporations might operate forever with the privilege of limited liability and freedom from community or worker interference in business judgments.
One point remains unequivocal: Because corporations have become the dominant economic institution of the planet, they must address and squarely face the social and environmental problems that afflict humankind.
1. The federal government doles out billions in subsidies and tax breaks to corporate special interests. The current level of influence now being exerted by corporate interests over the public interest is unacceptable. We challenge the propriety and equity of corporate welfare that comes in the form of tax breaks, subsidies, payments, grants, bailouts, giveaways, unenforced laws and regulations; and in historic, continuing access to our vast public resources, including the airwaves, millions of acres of land, forests, mineral resources, intellectual property rights, and government-created research.
2. We support strong national standards for labor rights and the environment so that corporations can no longer force states and cities into a brutal competition for jobs at any cost. Legal doctrines must be continually revised in recognition of the changing needs of an active, democratic citizenry. Huge multinational corporations are artificial creations, not natural persons uniquely sheltered under constitutional protections. We support local and state government attempts to define corporations and to prevent them from exercising democratic rights that are uniquely possessed by the citizens of the United States.
It sounds good. What we currently have is another gilded age, and niether of these candidates will do anything big because they are in the pockets of special interest groups and lobbyists.
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