The History of Common, Statutory and Administrative Law

Law plays a critical role in society — it is essential for people to live peacefully and remain problem-free. Law is a creation of humans, something they have created to modulate the society through the introduction of justice. Equity and fairness ...

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Gun Rights

According to the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, American citizens have the right to bear firearms and use them for legitimate purposes. However, the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is not an exhaustive document. Some lawsuits co...

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Labor Relations Laws

The United States has one of the most developed legislative systems in the world. The labor legislation is one of the branches and regulates relations among individuals and organizations. At the same time, this legislation enables the presence of lab...

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Coercion and Bargaining in Sovereign Paradox

In basic terms, pressure stands for the act of being pushed against one’s will to consent to something, which would not have been acceptable under normal circumstances. This is where force or threat of using force is applied by a third party to mak...

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Implementing Additional Public Policy Regulations of Video Games

Introduction Video games are among the popular innovations that have appeared in the public life after the advancement of technology. Thus, many people in the public sphere are frequently involved in video games than before. Video games are used for...

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