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1. The topic of NAFTA that we brought up in class and how it has a variety of impacts on both America and Mexico. NAFTA removes the trade barriers between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada. I will be looking specifically at the impacts that the removal of these barriers has had socially and economically, especially on American manufacturing and agriculture.

2. Government Censorship: Censorship is speech or other public communication that may be harmful, sensitive, or inconvenient. It is usually done by governments and private organizations or individuals who engage in self-censorship. My paper will show what, how, and why the government has so many different types of censorship in our society to regulate the citizens.

3. Capital Punishment: Capital punishment is a legal process where a person is put to death, as a state punishment for a crime. Capital Punishment has an extremly long history and a bunch of reasons why this was considered to be a legal process. My paper will discuss how this punishment is enforced? Why it should be enforced, and how it should be up to a government?

1. The topic of NAFTA that we brought up in class and how it has a variety of impacts on both America and Mexico. NAFTA removes the trade barriers between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada. I will be looking specifically at the impacts that the removal of these barriers has had socially and economically, especially on American manufacturing and agriculture.

2. Government Censorship: Censorship is speech or other public communication that may be harmful, sensitive, or inconvenient. It is usually done by governments and private organizations or individuals who engage in self-censorship. My paper will show what, how, and why the government has so many different types of censorship in our society to regulate the citizens.

3. Capital Punishment: Capital punishment is a legal process…...

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