It is meant to guide citizens on various aspects like how they should live and conduct business. It also provides justice and equality by protecting the rights of its citizens irrespective of age or class. The…
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The government passes laws that only support the big businesses whereas oppressing small startups. The government also holds people hostage just because of their color or status even without breaking the law of for minor offenses.
We also have the American Gulag. The Gulag is believed to hold the highest number of hostages in the entire world. It comprises the natives and the non-natives mostly. Young black men are also said to be at a higher risk of being detained in here as compared to any other group. The gulag "depicts a life of torture, beating and suffering for the people inside this prison" (Dow, 2004). Some of them are not released when they finish their jail term. They are, therefore, forced to remain in prison. Others die or are hanged in there without the mention of it to either their country of origin or their folks. The law has not been able to stand and protect detainees in the gulag prison. It, therefore, means that justice is not exercised equally.
The state government is also believed to offer the highest number of scholarships to foreigners eyeing to study in top universities. Since most of them come from a poor background, they are sponsored in every way by the State government. However, there has been some murder cases among these foreign groups. They are then probably dumped in a river or disappear mysteriously. Others are injected lethal drugs and succumb to immediate death. The same is also familiar to visitors. Justice is not done in most such cases. Even their home government or relatives are not informed.
Even though the United States claims to be a land of the free, discrimination is still prevalent. It has also evolved over the years from direct discrimination to indirect discrimination. Some people are served faster than others because they "belong". Others believe that they are more superior or more intelligent to other races. They can even say it forthright to the other. The law should protect its citizens whether whites
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The conclusion from this paper states that Child Protective Services are widely used in America to avert the dangers of child abuse and neglect. This is because children cannot fight for themselves. These services have been applied in both the positive and negative ways. In part, they have helped various children who have been in situations of abuse.
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