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lso established in his speech that the war torn nations of Europe required rebuilding and rehabilitation projects and that is why America, being a major economic and military power, must aid these nations. The immediate cause of his speech was the condition of Greece and Turkey who were under the grave threat from the communism expansion.
Truman also reminded in his speech that America had fought the Second World War with the aims of maintaining peace throughout the world, protecting freedom and democracy. He argued that these communists were a threat to the free world and must be contained and prevented from expanding further. He further emphasized that a threat to the free people meant a threat to the United States of America since they were the guardians and protectors of the free world. This is why he convinced the Congress from his speech that Greece and Turkey must be given assistance to tackle Soviet threat. Truman also pointed out in his speech which later became a doctrine that the world was at that time divided into two halves. He tried to explain the ideological differences between the capitalists and the communists. He defined the communists as the bad guys and the capitalists as the good guys. Foner talks about this doctrine which "set a precedent for American assistance to anticommunist regimes throughout the world, no matter how undemocratic, and for the creation of a set of global military alliances directed against the Soviet Union" (Foner 844)
All the clauses of the Truman’s speech hold immense importance in history and especially the period after the World War II. Truman speech became the foreign policy of United States for the years to follow after 1947. It was for the first time that America’s policy took a complete turn from the isolationist policy of Monroe Doctrine to the interventionist policy of Truman Doctrine. This marked the period when United States decided to not remain aloof from the affairs of the world whereas would take
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In order to analyze Mullins’s doctrine of original sin, the author will provide a summary of Mullin’s overall argument. The summary will be followed by a critique of the premises upon which the overall argument is built. The components of the doctrine are found within his systematic theology in various places.
This paper tells that several factors weaken Mullins's discussion of the doctrine of original sin. First, because components of his doctrine are scattered throughout Christian Religion, the overall flow of his argument is difficult to trace. In fact, one first encounter his claim that the sinful tendencies inherited from Adam are worthy of condemnation in the final section of his chapter on sin.
Indeed, the diplomatic essence of the Kennedy Doctrine initially played a crucial role in building up the very premises –“Flexible Response to the International Political Powers”, “Containment of Communism” and “Reversal of Soviet Progress in the West” – of the Kennedy Doctrine.
They are more of passive interpreters. Justice Antonin Scalia worked in the Supreme courts as an associate justice. Scalia sees himself as an originalist. Justice Scalia having served at the Supreme Court has written a lot concerning her own view on originalism.
Similarly, an employee is also free to leave the job at any moment due to any cause or for no cause without any negative legal outcomes. The disclaimers of employment-at-will principle are essential employee guidelines in the US (National Conference of State Legislatures, 2013).
On the other hand, this doctrine gives an employee the right to terminate the relationship with the employer. Generally, an employee will be relieved of his or duties by the employer if he does not perform or if the employee is incapable to acclimatize him or herself to the position’s requirements (Mark et al., 1987).
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For instance, the church has found it necessary to speak concerning the efficacy and righteousness of slavery; an issue that split many churches. Moreover, the church found itself at the center of the controversy for whether or not women should be allowed at the pulpit and should be ordained as ministers.
Therefore employers in the United States of America have a right over their employees and can dismiss or retain them at their own will without threats of legal action as experienced in the common law and statutes that protect employees