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Special Forces--were working through Argentine intermediaries to set up contra safe houses, training centres, and base camps along the Nicaraguan-Honduran border." (Peter Kornbluh, "Nicaragua," in Michael Klare (ed), Low Intensity Warfare (New York, 1983), 139.)
In the early 1980s, the Reagan Administration made increasing use of Honduras as a base for the contra war. The Administration set up a number of military and training facilities--some American, some contra, and some housing Argentine mercenaries--along the border between Nicaragua and Honduras (Kombluh 139). The country, as one observer noted, was little more than "a [stationary] aircraft carrier," which he described as "the USS Honduras” (Lafeber 309).
The strike officially began on May 29, and on June 1 the manufacturers met publicly to plan their resistance. Their strategies were carried out on two fronts. They pressured the proprietors into holding out indefinitely by refusing to send new collars and cuffs to any laundry. Also the manufacturers attempted to undermine directly the union’s efforts to weather the strike. They tried to create a negative image of the union through the press, which they virtually controlled. They prevented a few collar manufacturers in other cities from patronizing the unions’ cooperative laundry even though it claimed it could provide the same services for 25 percent less. Under these circumstances, the collar ironers’ tactics were much less useful.
Two days after the strike began on May 29, the manufacturers met publicly to plan their response. They had two strategies. They pressured the owners into holding out indefinitely by declining to send new collars and cuffs to any laundry, and they tried to directly destabilize the union’s efforts to outlast the strike. They also tried to create a negative image of the union through the newspapers, which they virtually controlled. They prevented a few collar manufacturers in other cities from using the
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[Your full name] [Instructor’s full name] [Course name and code] July 23, 2012 Plagiarism Plagiarism refers to the act of copying or using the ideas of others without referring to the original source. For example, if a person writes a report or an essay and copies some relevant statements from other sources, such as, internet articles, encyclopedias, books, magazines, government documents, and publications, without mentioning the sources of those statements both within the essay and in the page of references, it means that the person has done plagiarism in his/her paper.
Because of this, they prefer to keep their sources undisclosed. This is however a serious academic liability that has come to be known as plagiarism. According to the Office of Research Integrity (ORI), plagiarism is “both the theft or misappropriation of intellectual property and the substantial unattributed textual copying of another’s work” (Tucci and Galwankar, 2011).
A person, who has done a work putting his heart and soul, will never want his work to be stolen by some other person, who will use it for his personal use. This activity is therefore a serious issue, which must be seriously dealt
On the other side, this has also made plagiarism easier than ever before (Underwood and Szabo, 2003).
The Council of Writing Program’s Administrators (WPA) mentions that plagiarism happens when a writer deliberately uses
The best thing to do is, therefore, to provide citations when using others thoughts, even if one has paraphrased the ideas. We are also made aware that some plagiarisms are not intentional.
It is necessary for writers to realize the importance of acknowledging the source
Some of these outcomes include: suspension from the university for a limited time period or for a very prolonged time period, in GCU a student can be suspended for 16 weeks to two years for academic dishonesty. According to the
Total plagiarism is defined as an act of an individual to copy all the texts of a specific source and considers them his or her own work. This replication of published texts is a fraudulent act, which also encompasses the act of photocopying a material without asking permission from the author or the publisher.