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Welcome to the College of Business, Government & Law

Welcome to the College of Business, Government & Law

The College of Business, Government and Law is a great place to study and research. Our academics are closely connected to their industry sectors, and are committed to developing motivated, adaptable learners. We provide our students with the wealth of… Continue Reading

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History of the U.S. Flag, in Paper

The first flag of the United States was adopted in 1777 out of the colors red, white, and blue. The new country had just declared its independence from Britain, and was made of 13 new states that used to be… Continue Reading

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Iran gets priority over Israeli intelligence agency Mossad, citizenship law will affect Indian Musli

Iran gets priority over Israeli intelligence agency Mossad, citizenship law will affect Indian Musli

আন্তর্জাতিক সংবাদ Citizenship Law Will Impact Indian Muslims US ThinkTank,Iran is gaining priority o

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Our Common Bond Clip 6 – Government and the law in Australia

Our Common Bond Clip 6 – Government and the law in Australia

What do the three levels of government do? Responsibilities of the Australian government: Taxation. National economic management. Immigration and Citizenship. Employment. Postal services, and the communications network. Social security, pension. And family support. Defence. Trade. Airports, and air safety. And… Continue Reading

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2 Decades Behind Bars for Wrongful Murder Conviction: The Fairbanks Four

2 Decades Behind Bars for Wrongful Murder Conviction: The Fairbanks Four
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HPSC0124 – Science in Government

HPSC0124 – Science in Government

I’m Melanie Smallman, and I’m talking about the second year module Science in Government, which is HPSC0124. Science in Government is a module that, surprisingly, looks at how science is dealt with in government. So students might have already done… Continue Reading

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Legal System Basics: Crash Course Government and Politics #18

Legal System Basics: Crash Course Government and Politics #18

Hi, I’m Craig and this is Crash Course Civics and today we’re gonna look at the basics of a system that affects all our lives: the law. And no, we’re not going to be talking about the laws of thermo-dynamics.… Continue Reading

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How the US government spies on people who protest — including you | Jennifer Granick

How the US government spies on people who protest — including you | Jennifer Granick

We are all activists now. (Applause) Thank you. I’ll just stop here. (Laughter) From the families who are fighting to maintain funding for public schools, the tens of thousands of people who joined Occupy Wall Street or marched with Black… Continue Reading