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...INDEPENDENCE By Department Auditor Independence Maintaining auditor independence is important to the auditing profession (Krishnamurthy & Nan, 2006, p. 465). Recently Hossain (2013, p. 246) cites that; there are issues of independence and potential conflicts that pervade accounting functions. There is an extensive doubt that accounts go beyond their usual role of advocacy to design and sell illegal products to the clients. Those concepts can enable the clients to evade taxes, and the accountants benefit on direct lucrative fees from the consulting services. The accountants serve as financial engineers to structure purposeful transactions that circumvent the accounting standards. Without... AUDITOR...
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...independent is clearly the most important factor here, and independence is defined as being the "ability to withstand pressure from management influence when conducting... Auditing Auditing Auditing is an incredibly important matter in the world today, and if you want to learn about a matter such as this, then there are several embedded matters that you will need to inform yourself on first; such as the fact that an auditor's objective is basically defined as that of "to provide a high level of assurance through the issue of a positive expression of opinion that enhances the credibility of an assertion about an accountability matter" (Gay & Simnett, 2003, p.745). However the fact of this auditor to be...
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...INDEPENDENCE Audit is the process of evaluating a set of financial ments, processes, systems to comment on the vera and authenti of the same, that the books of accounts represent a true and fair view of state of affairs an enterprise. Investors, regulators, creditors and other third parties place credence on audited statements. It can be clearly seen that if audit is to be carried out in free and objective manner the auditors must be independent in fact (actual independence) and if their opinions are to be accepted auditors must also appear to be independent. Corporate world has time and again been rocked by scandals and sudden failures, of these, Enron & World Tel are considered water shed...
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Audit Independence
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...independence enjoyed by auditors in providing a true and fair view on a client company's financial statements have been debatable issues ever since the incidence of Enron etc. Such incidences made it evident to the world that auditing profession is lacking its effectiveness in reporting problems with a client company's financial condition to the shareholders. The audit quality as well as the investor confidence was greatly affected when the audit firm Arthur Andersen seriously failed to truly represent the shareholders. One of the major causes behind the occurrence of that incidence was the uncompetitive nature... Introduction The lack of competition in the audit marketplace and its effects on the...
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Promoting Independence
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...Independence Promoting Independence [The [The of the Promoting Independence Introduction The most significant debates among the parties involved in the framework's development concerned the role of promoting independence in appearance and the appropriateness of a threats and safeguards approach. The nature of those debates provides important insights into the future of auditor independence regulation (Adams, R., 2002). Human Rights Development Human Rights are rights that belong to an human being or group of individuals as a result of being human. They refer to a broad range of values or capabilities thought to improve human agency and affirmed to be universal in character... Running Head: Promoting...
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Independence Day
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...Independence Day Meaning of Independence Day Introduction: Every year on July four the United s celebrates its independence day, different meanings have been attached to this day depending on the understanding the history of the pre colonial period. Following the colonization of the united state by the British a revolution war broke in April in 1975, the British responded to this rebellion by passing prohibitive acts and hiring German mercenaries to suppress the rebellion. There were increased efforts to declare the 13 states independence from British rule and this led to the formation of a committee by congress to draft the declaration, among those selected by congress included former... Running Head:...
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Kosovo Independence
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...INDEPENDENCE Kosovo Independence Insert Insert Grade Insert October 29, Kosovo Independence Introduction Edmund Burke conceived society as being made up of complex web-work of institutions that undergo continuous growth (Raeder 1). Social order and political progress in most societies emerge from the interplay of the way social institutions are managed and run, as well as its overall relation with social forces. As a result, most societies become victims of social and political conflict when social institutions fail per se to regulate the social behaviors of diverse population and interest groups (Raeder p.1). Kosovo gained independence in 2008 when major international states... ?Running head: KOSOVO...
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Declaration of Independence day
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...Independence The United s declaration of independence is a ment written by Thomas Jefferson.It was used by the second continental congress on July 4, 1776 to declare that the thirteen colonies that were in battle with Great Britain would cease to be part of the British Empire. Under such a theme, it is a very powerful document in the history and formation of the United States, and the end of colonial rule in the country. The declaration is simply a formal documentation of why the congress voted in the aim of declaring independence from Great Britain after some time following the outbreak of American Revolution. The independence day of the United States is celebrated on July, 4... The Declaration of...
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...Independence as the single most significant event (from 1450 to 1887) of The Declaration of Independence as the single most significant event (from 1450 to 1887) The United States of America is undoubtedly the most powerful and one of the most advanced countries in the world. It is obvious that this status was the result of taking on the status of an independent nation in 1776. A series of events and prior to this event had occurred with regard to America and subsequently the United States over the years. The paper is an essay thesis regarding the significance of the Declaration of Independence with a timeframe that lies between the years 1450 and 1887. Thesis statement... : The Declaration of...
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...Independence" connects with Susan B Anthony's "Women's rights to vote"? And How it connects to human rights (27.10.11)Human rights are the rights that people have for the simple reason that they are human beings. Although the term became more common only during the twentieth century, the concept of human rights is known to have been used in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in Europe. At the same time the idea of human rights is not existent in all societies and advanced civilizations. But rights cannot be considered to be the same as sets of behaviors that can be punished or required to be necessarily implemented by law or that can be unfair to people... and reject a government...
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American War of Independence
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...INDEPENDENCE Nationalism is that phenomenon which stems from complete loyalty and love for one's nation. Under the influence of nationalism, a citizen forms his personal sense of identity in context of the broad characterization of the nation. This consequently leads to mass identity along the same lines when like minded persons get together - a phenomenon better described as national identity. Reversibly, the identity of a nation is formed by the sentiments, attitudes and broad cultural assimilation under which its people function. The theories of nationalism and national identity are complementary to each other, and these inspire entire generations. Nationalism remains... an important issue...
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Declaration Of Independence
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...Independence Introduction Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence was historically significant to the foundation of the U.S more than any other document in the History of America. U.S was founded based on this document and that is the reason why it is the cornerstone of Americans uniqueness. What led Jefferson to prepare this document anyway? What did the document declare? This essay sets out to answer these two questions and to show that the Declaration of Independence was because of pressing international issues in 1776. This will be achieved by investigating the many imitations and documents that have spawned since 1790 and offering comparisons of how... it was received in the past and at...
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History of Perus Independence
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...Independence Introduction Colonial conditions in Latin America started way back in the 1500’s. Peru was one among those countries were Inca civilization was more prominent. Spanish explorers were the main reason behind the introduction of Inca civilization. Francisco Pizarro was the Spanish leader who founded Lima during the Inca civilization. The Colonial conditions in Latin America helped in the rise of an independent state in the Southern America. It also gave rise to national identities and Peru, carved a niche for itself among the South American countries. There were many economic obstacles, geographic obstacles and other problems deferring the development of the country... History of Peru’s...
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Independence Among Elderly Essay
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...Independence among Elderly: Helping Older People to Live Independently in Their Homes Introduction The objective of the dissertation Older people are known to suffer from illnesses more often than young people, as well as develop diseases or medical conditions that are related to old age, and which require support, medical and otherwise. It has been shown that a global demographic transition is occurring, and the percentage of old people in the world is rapidly growing (Young, Robinson, Chell, Sanderson, Chaplin, Burns et al., 2005). This suggests the need to pay more attention to the subject of treating elderly people, offering them sufficient and proper care for their various special... CHAPTER ONE...
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Declaration of Independence
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...Independence Thomas Jefferson was born to Peter Jefferson and his wife in 1743 (Jefferson, 2). Hewas the favorite child among 10 others and his father desired that he would access education. The death of his father in 1760 resulted for his schooling as a way to fulfill his wishes. His love for politics led him to study the political and parliamentary life of Europe and its influence in America. Jefferson studied law and later wrote several articles on law and management. This, however, did not kill his love for farming. According to Jefferson, America would build and develop its economy through agriculture, which should be enhanced (Jefferson, 3). Onuf noticed that America... was undergoing a...
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Declaration of Independence Evaluation
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...independence evaluation Declaration of independence evaluation The declaration of independence was writtenand signed by the founding fathers of United States in 1776. The document was designed for the United States specifically and with philosophies and foundation of early thinkers. The idea of the declaration of independence was produced by the continental congress in quest of a strategy in the unification of the document. The document outlines the effects and causes of the colonizers and revolution in gaining support from the surrounding nations in case Britain was to use weapons of mass destruction. Declaration of independence was not entirely congress original work in terms... ? Declaration of...
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The Declaration of Independence
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...independence. This occurred at appoint in history when the thirteen States that would later became the United States of America were still considered British Colonies. The Americans were discontent with this state of affairs and wrote down the Declaration of independence. Jefferson worked with a number of other authors but many respected him as one of the major proponents. However, there are some striking resemblances between Jefferson's work and British author John Locke. However, there are also some differences between their pieces of work. The essay shall examine the similarities and differences between works written... Introduction Thomas Jefferson was one of the principle of the Declaration of...
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Africa's Road to Independence
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...independence of Africans and freedom Samora Mache: his demands were for the freedom of Africans and for the Europeans to give back power to the Africans. Synopsis Italy’s invasion... of Ethiopia was important to the decolonization process as it shifted focus from Europe as the core of world politics. Africa’s decolonization took place in phases. The main phases in this respect included rediscovery and recovery, mourning, dreaming, commitment, and action; each phase with its characteristics and impact. Several African leaders participated in the struggle for independence in their countries. Some of these leaders included Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana, Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya, Robert...
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The Declaration of Independence
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...Independence as the single most significant event (from 1450 to 1887) of The Declaration of Independence as the single most significant event (from 1450 to 1887) The United States of America is undoubtedly the most powerful and one of the most advanced countries in the world. It is obvious that this status was the result of taking on the status of an independent nation in 1776. A series of events and prior to this event had occurred with regard to America and subsequently the United States over the years. The paper is an essay thesis regarding the significance of the Declaration of Independence with a timeframe that lies between the years 1450 and 1887. Thesis statement... : The Declaration...
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The Declaration Of Independence
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...Independence Introduction The itinerary of human events makes it indispensable for particular people to dissolve political bands that bond them to others hence power assumes among them. The detach as well equal position to the natural law and God’s nature gives the right to humanity decent respect in relation to humankind outlook thus addressing and declaring any causes that impel them to the separation. This paper brings about an argumentative essay in relation to the unanimous declaration over the United States of America. Declaration of the United States of America According to Lawall, (2005), it is apparent that holding the truth to be self- evident, “all men are created... The Declaration Of...
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Interdependence and Independence
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...Independence Independence is the ability of a person to define oneself based on their principles. An individual could also depend on their cultural values in defining their degree of autonomy “It has promoted a culture that so celebrates uniqueness that people are driven mad trying to prove themselves unique” (Gish Den, p. 201). ‘People put forward the needs of others instead of their own needs in interdependence. This means that people take care of each other,’(Gish, p. 201) “Jen’s father had been born into a culture whose parenting style explicitly intends the humbling of the individual self in favor of the needs of the broader collective” (Gish Den, p. 201). In support... Interdependence and...
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American Struggle for Independence
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...independence for it has served as a prime example of democracy and proper representation. Other countries have analyze its glory and desire to match it. Ethnic groups lacking a central and prime ethnic adobe (e.g. Israel for Jews; Egypt for Egyptians) use the example of the American Revolution as a template for their independence. If that group striving for sovereignty achieves independence, often they use The United States Constitution's blueprint to build their own. The American Revolution was the first of its kind, and it stimulated an effect on the world since then. Philadelphia, one of the nation's first capitol, bears... It has been chronicled all over the world about the American struggle for...
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Independence of auditing
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...INDEPENDENCE OF AUDITING An independent auditor is defined as “a Certified Public Accountant who provides a company with an accountant’s opinion, but who is not otherwise affiliated with the company” (Investorwords.com). Public interest in, and discussion about, the specific functions of auditors and whether their independence can be compromised in certain situations, has recorded a huge increase ever since the 2001 Enron chaotic disaster that was caused by irregularities associated with their audit conducted by the firm Arthur Anderson LLP (Hermes.co.uk). It is the fundamental right of every shareholder to expect accuracy and...
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Political independence of FED
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...independence of FED Political independence of FED It is apparent that financial sector plays a critical role in regulating financial matters in a country, particularly the Central Bank. However, political interference has been blamed for continued interference with how the financial regulators operate. This has been contributed by the fact that politicians like manipulating and controlling these institutions for their own gains. In his lectures, Bernanke (2012) argued that central bank should be allowed to make independent decisions without political interference in order to have sound decisions. Studies have documented that political interference in the financial sector not only hinder... ? Political...
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Declaration of Independence
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...Independence Though the Declaration of Independence has often been challenged as being a formal declaration of war against the British throne, its genuine intention was to act as a formal statement of the absolute assurance of defiance against what was then considered to be intolerable British influence on a developing society of territories. In and around 1776, the colonies and extended territorial regions had become a bustling center of commercialism, innovation, and social unity that had grown tired of the different tariffs imposed by British rulers and excessive taxation imparted on the American people. The British ruler of the time... HERE HERE YOUR HERE HERE The Meaning behind the Declaration of...
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Declaration of Independence Evaluation
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...independence evaluation Declaration of independence evaluation The declaration of independence was written and signed by the United States founding fathers in 1776. The document was designed for the United States specifically and its foundation is found in the philosophies of early thinkers. The idea of the declaration of independence was produced by the continental congress in quest of in-depth stratagem in the unification of the document. The document outlines the effects and causes of the American colonies and revolution in gaining support from the surrounding nations in case Britain was to use military force. Declaration of independence was not entirely congress original work... Declaration of...
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The Declaration of Independence
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...Independence School What was the use of the document? The Declaration of Independence was a document penned on July 4, 1776 by the then Continental Congress announcing war against the British empire from the American states as the British Empire failed to meet the needs of the American states and hence sought independence and not wanted to form a part of the British Empire (US Department of the Historian). John Adams wanted to make a resolution during early 1776 and hence created a committee. The tasks was entailed to Thomas Jefferson and passed on July 4th 1776 by the Continental Congress. The main use of the Declaration was that since the needs... of the people were not fulfilled, the...
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Vietnams Declaration of Independence
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...Independence Vietnam’s Declaration of Independence The service Ho is referring here is the help he accorded the United States’ Office of Strategic Services (OSS) as the U.S found it difficult to fight the Japanese. During the last year of the WW II, the liberation movement of Vietnam, Viet Minh, led by Ho Chi Minh was seeking freedom and independence not only from the French but also from the Japanese (Bradley, 2000). Since the United States had tried in futility to defeat the Japanese, the OSS turned to Ho to assist them in organizing an intelligence network in Indochina to help fight the Japanese as well as help the U.S spy group rescue American pilots downed in the area... Vietnam’s Declaration of...
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Energy Independence Psychology
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...Independence Psychology   President Obama’s rhetoric about the green economy and independence from foreign energy producers is just that—rhetoric. Sadly, the President has played politics with this issue, refusing to pursue energy programs at home that would open up domestic sources of oil and gas. This is unfortunate especially because it means America is investing in a phantom “green” sector of the economy that is nowhere near to be being ready to take on the major demands of those who require energy The truth is that America has more than enough natural gas and oil within its own domestic territory to fuel this country for a long time to come. Those...
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...Independence Yuliya Injuries and Usurpations: Colonial Justification for Independence The words of the Declaration of Independence suggest several reasonings to justify the colonists freedom from what was considered a tyrannical leadership regime: The King of Great Britain. Within the text of this document, the injuries and usurpations of this king were spelled out to specifically acknowledge why independence was to be declared. Primarily, the colonists believed that the laws of Great Britain were incompatible with the needs of the people of the colonial United States. In the Declaration of Independence, it was written that "He (the king) has... Injuries and Usurpations: Colonial Justification for...
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The Declaration of Independence
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...Independence On July 2nd of 1776 the Second Continental Congress declared that the United Colonies have the right to absolve themselves from all the alliances with the British Crown and Empire. Prior to this resolution the war which the colonists were fighting was with the motivation of regaining their rights as Englishmen which were taken away from them during the period in between 1763 to 1775. The Declaration of Independence was therefore a true revolutionary enforcement for the right of the colonists from one end of the continent to the other which made them independent from the colonial regime in the truest sense of the term. Regaining the rights as Britishers which were taken... The Declaration of...
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Declaration of Independence
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...Independence And the final version The Declaration of Independence was a document that was ratified by congress on July 4, 1776 announcing that thirteen colonies of America which were at war with Great Britain had declared themselves independent states. Its chief architects were Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. It was an official explanation as to why Congress had voted to declare the thirteen colonies independent from Great Britain. This took place a little after a year of war with Great Britain. July 4th, the year that the Declaration was approved by Congress is still celebrated as Independence Day in America. There is no big difference... Comparison between Jefferson’s initial Declarations on...
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Chinese judiciary independence
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...Independence In China, the judicial system consists of three parts: Court, Procuratorate and Public Security Organs. The Court is the judicial organ of state. Procuratorate is the state organ for legal supervision, and Public Security Organs is one of the most important parts of government mandated with the function of investigating criminal and civil cases. In order to research and discuss Chinese judiciary independence, we have to talk about three representatives and explore important data. These are Disapproval Arrest rate, Disapproval Prosecution Rate, and the quantity of Counter-appeal. In a simpler way, making a complete and legitimate judgment has three procedures in China... Chinese Judiciary...
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Declaration of Independence
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...Independence Introduction On Independence Day every year, millions of Americans turn out for myriad parades, public and backyard barbecues, concerts of patriotically stirring music and spectacular pyrotechnic displays, and they do so to celebrate the day on which we declared our independence from Great Britain. But America did not declare its independence on July 4, 1776. That happened two days earlier, when the Second Continental Congress approved a resolution stating "these United Colonies are, and of a right should be, free and independent States." The resolution itself had first been introduced back on June 7, when Virginia's Richard Henry Lee rose in the sweltering heat... of the...
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Independence War 1775
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...Independence begun in 1775, between Great Britain and its American colonies, and ended in 1783, after the signing of the Paris treaty between the Americans and King George III of Britain, who was represented by British parliamentarian David Hartley (Greene 201). Primarily, this war was triggered by the continuation of the British government to oppress the colonies economically, socially and politically, through imposition of illegitimate taxes and trade barriers. The colonies felt that, since they were not represented in the parliament, they had no responsibility of honoring any decisions or directives the parliament gave. However, the parliament made it clear... ?Introduction The American War of...
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Declaration of Independence
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...Independence Lives on Only in History Books The concepts of freedom found within the Declaration of Independence are evidently lost to the ages. The words within this revered document are powerful and often quoted but few understand what the Founding Fathers envisaged as free people in a free country. The level of personal autonomy established in the Declaration is much broader than what is enjoyed by Americans today and reflects the philosophy of few politicians. Americans have allowed the government that is supposed to be the voice of the people to erode the freedoms and diminish their quality of life. Unlimited personal freedoms are the basis upon which the country... was founded but...
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Promoting Independence Essay
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...Independence Promoting Independence [The [The of the Promoting Independence Introduction Despite a great deal of progress in the efforts to end the myths surrounding the aging process, there are still some powerful images that govern both policies and programs dealing with older people. None is more manifest than the view that older people are increasingly dependent, need protection from their environment, and eventually from themselves. It is this notion that creates enormous barriers to the development of policies based on the strengths of the individual and his or her right to self-determination. Clearly, there are older persons who are frail, some of whom cannot make... Running Head: Promoting...
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The Declaration of Independence Analysis
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...Independence. What was its purpose then, and is it still significant now?  The Declaration of Independence was one of the most pivotal pieces of the United States of America. When the members of the continental congress gathered in 1776, they understood that they will combat against Britain for their independence. The founding fathers acknowledged that in order to declare their liberty, they need to do so in a manner of a document that will outline their reasons for their liberation (“Purpose of the Declaration of Independence.”). The Declaration of Independence no doubt was vital because it united the colonists justified the reasons for liberation, and stated... the salutary neglect that was...
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Ireland: A Struggle for Independence
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...Independence One may go further than the realm of reality and imagine or picture that freedom is a condition whereby an individual is free from the rule of destiny or of need. "Michael Collins" [1], a film by Neil Jordan, showed the struggle of an Irish patriot and revolutionary who died in the Irish war. In the late 19th and early 20th century, resentment in Ireland over British rule mounted, known today as the Anglo-Irish War or the Tan War whereas the Irish Republican Army under the First Dail fought the British government in Ireland. The guerrilla campaign was a movement for "home rule" or the self government on domestic matters, who gathered force, thus consider... the primary reason in...
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The American Declaration of Independence
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...Independence Introduction With its stirring affirmation of inalienable rights, was the American Declaration of Independence nothing but the hypocritical propaganda of slave holders The American Declaration of Independence is a document signed by thirteen Colonies declaring themselves independent of the Kingdom of Great Britain and ratified by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776 (Wikipedia 2005). The document which reached London on August 10 that year carried a litany of 27 specific examples that the British Crown failed to do in supposedly abiding by principles under which a nation should exist (USHistory.org 1999). Thomas Jefferson of Virginia made most... of the writing, and carried...
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Excerpt from Declaration of Independence
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...Independence Excerpt1 Overview The main theme of the Declaration of Independence was to send the colonial government back home and allow the American people a chance for self-determination based on serious grievances. Among the major grievances was the inability of the colonial government to deliver its mandate in terms of protection of the fundamental rights which the document referred to as self-evident and unalienable. It therefore implies that the main content of the document which paired as an open letter to the infamous regime and as a motivation to rally the American people on the cause was the precise account of the accusations. In a dramatic presentation of the American plight... Declaration of...
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Thomas Jefferson: Declaration of Independence
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...Independence’ In considering what I believe the functions of government should be I recognize that the issue is highly complex and could extend not simply to an essay, but a complex array of books. Still, there are a number of principles that could be considered in relation to the core text of the United States, the Declaration of Independence. This essay considers what I believe the functions of government should be with reference to the United States’ Declaration of Independence. In considering the Declaration of Independence, one of the most powerful presentations of the role of government is the overarching understanding it of protecting citizens’ rights... . In these regards, Jefferson...
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KOSOVO independence AND KOSOVO FACTS
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...Independence Until recently, Serbia still refused to relinquished its effective control over the northern region of Kosovo and still refused to recognize the 2008 Kosovo Declaration of Independence (Associated Press). The 2008 Declaratio of Independence of Kosovo was a product of a failed initiative of Finland’s former President Martti Ahtisaari also called the Ahtisaari plan which stipulated UN’s supervised independence for Kosovo with the support of the European Union with the condition that Kosovo would obligate itself to protect its minorities’ right through the inclusion of it in the constitution and representation in the government that will be formed. In exchange, Kosovo... Teacher Kosovo...
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The American War of Independence
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...Independence was concluded not because of the readiness, the might or magnificence of the military forces but because the 'inferior' party outmaneuvered the 'superior party. This paper answers the questions 'why' and 'how' and compares and contrasts the tactics used by each party and comments whether these are effective or not and if not, tries to identify the causes of its failure. The colonials, composed of 13 states, was a world nonentity when it came to international warfare. Great Britain, on the other hand, was a world power unparalleled in naval and terrestrial supremacy. It just clobbered France in the French and Indian War and decades before demolished... 1 TACTICS PAPER The American War of...
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Kosovo before it gained independence
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...Independence Pre independent Kosovo was ravine with ethnic in-fighting between the majorityAlbanians, and the minority Serbians. Montenegro and Serbia took over Kosovo by means of the army in 1912, in what was known as the Ottoman Empire. At the time, the population of Albanians in Kosovo dominated over the rest. Even so, in spite of the introduction of Serb settlers in Kosovo, with a view to increasing the overall Serb population; the large population of Albanians continued to rise towards the twentieth century. In 1974, Yugoslavia showed its liberal tendencies by granting Kosovo a constitution, which in turn gave Kosovo power and the rank of federal state, although still... Kosovo Before it Gained...
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Envalue the Auditor Independence Provisions
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...Independence Provisions Introduction The purpose of this study is to discuss the theoretical framework associated with auditor’sindependence, code of conduct and ethics, which is based on the FEE Paper Comparison International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA) Code of Ethics that says “An individual’s objectivity must be beyond question when conducting and reporting on a statutory Audit.” This is applicable when auditors themselves act as statutory auditor, or when they are auditing on behalf of an auditing firm. In order to endow the public with a feeling of confidence, the auditor should maintain the objectivity (Rittenburg, Johnstone, and Gramling, 2011... ). This is only...
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Declaration of Independence- Thomas Jefferson
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...Independence “The Constitution of the United s of America.” http www.america.gov/publications/books/the-constitution-of-the-united-states-of-america-with-explanatory-notes.html (accessed October 30, 2010). The is the official U.S. Government version of “The Constitution of the United States of America”. Its provenance, authority and reliability are implicit in the source. It is the legally authoritative version of the ratified document. According to the government website, “This illustrated publication includes the complete text of the U.S. Constitution (preamble, seven articles, and 27 amendments), as well an updated introduction... Annotated Bibliography: Thomas Jefferson and the Declaration of...
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Frederick Douglass, Independence Day Speech
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...Independence Day Speech Interpretation Frederick Douglass praises the efforts of the founding fathers in this phenomenal speech which later culminates to condemnation of the outlook of the American Society as a whole towards slavery. Notably, he addresses the President of the Anti-slavery society and not the President of United States. Although, he also addresses the citizens/public in attendance, it is imperative to note that he also considered himself equal to attendees – a citizen. In all his life, and throughout the speech, Douglass advocates for equal rights and justice, as well as citizenship for blacks. Douglass, applauds the crowd for celebrating the fourth... when Due: Frederick Douglass,...
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...Independence represent part of these concerns. The Federalist Paper No. 51 argues, “In a society under the forms of which the stronger faction can readily unite and oppress the weaker, anarchy may as truly be said to reign as in a state of nature, where the weaker individual is not secured against the violence of the stronger; and as, in the latter state, even the stronger... The Federalist Papers: Cohesion Out of Anarchy Among the many issues raised by the federalist papers, one of the primary concerns continually brought up and debated was the need to balance the needs for democracy against the risk of the tyranny of the majority. Federalist No. 51 and the second paragraph of the Declaration of...
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AUDITOR INDEPENDENCE AND AUDITOR SCEPTICISM
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...Independence and Scepticism Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Nature of Auditor Independence and Auditor Scepticism 3 TheNature of the Auditor Independence 3 Nature of Auditor Scepticism 4 The Development of Auditor Independence and Scepticism 5 5 Criticism of Auditor Independence and Scepticism 7 Criticism of Auditor Independence 7 Criticism of Auditing Scepticism 8 Conclusions and Recommendations 9 References 11 Bibliography 12 Introduction Auditor refers to a professional who is liable to ensure the accuracy of accounting statements of a company. Specifically, the responsibilities of an auditor involve the full participation of the professional to identify... the...
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