Research Paper On 9 11 Conspiracy

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  • 9/11 Attacks Were No Conspiracy

    In six pages this persuasive essay argues that the 9/11 attacks were not a conspiracy, but also considers the existing evidence that supports a conspiracy theory conclusion. Eight sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Criminology Theories, Mafioso

    This 3 page research paper relates Alberto Lattuada's 1962 film Mafioso to ethnic succession theory and alien conspiracy theory. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Who Would Have Wanted President John F. Kennedy to be Assassinated?

    10 pages in length. Attempting to determine just which group or individual wanted John F. Kennedy out of office has been one of the most compelling, yet ever-elusive, aspects of the president's assassination. A worthwhile topic for one's research paper, evaluating the various conspiracy theories will help to bring together all the massive speculation that has lived on throughout the years, sometimes with very little proof to substantiate the claims. Clearly, there was more at work with regard to JFK's assassination than that of a lone lunatic; as the student puts to use the various articles in this series, there will at once be a significant sense of understanding as to the diverse possibilities incorporated in the many conspiracy theories. This paper consists solely of an annotated bibliography of eight sources.

  • Health Care and Unions

    A 19 page paper discussing the trend of unionization among all health care workers, focusing primarily on the movement among physicians to be allowed to organize for collective bargaining. Distressed that insurers and HMOs have such an overpowering say in how they treat their patients and how they set their fees, the nation's doctors are split in their motivations for wanting to unionize: some say it is for the patients; others claim that fee structures are restrictive and so limit their incomes. The National Labor Relations Act specifies that only employees can organize against their employer. Existing anti-trust laws subject independent and only loosely-associated physicians to charges of price-fixing and conspiracy, and physicians' groups are lobbying Congress to alter those laws. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

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