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Methods of Combating Censorship: A Social Progress Perspective, by Casey Chow

Methods of Combating Censorship: A Social Progress Perspective, by Casey Chow

If we actually look at how our civilization progresses, the one thing that has invariably enabled societies to progress has been increased connections among and within nations. Take a look at the rise of cell phones in many African countries, which has left some 83% of Ghanaians, for example, equipped with these marvelous devices (Pew). Not only does this allow for increased communication amongst family members or even community, but cellular communication has also enabled Ghanaians to exchange money over…

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Should You Be Forced to Wear a Seatbelt? : Exploring the Limits of Bodily Autonomy, by Simi Prasad

Should You Be Forced to Wear a Seatbelt? : Exploring the Limits of Bodily Autonomy, by Simi Prasad

Is the government in the position to dictate whether or not a woman should be permitted to get an abortion? Is it an infringement of autonomy for the state to prohibit the consumption of drugs, even though they have been proven harmful? Is it ethical for a corpse to abstain from donating its organs to someone in need? Should a terminally ill patient have the right to end his or her own life through euthanasia? Is it the responsibility of…

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Pie Belongs to Everyone, by Ryan Ozminkowski

Pie Belongs to Everyone, by Ryan Ozminkowski

You’re a baker. You bake pies. You might be a grandma, a college kid, a local bakery, or Hostess – regardless, you bake pies. As a baker, you want to make the best pies possible and as a consumer, you want to eat the best pies possible. Hostess might want the best pies so that they can sell them and make a lot of money. A grandma might want to bake the best pies so that she can give them…

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