who was not even on the ballot. IS THIS WHO YOU WERE ORIGINALLY LEANING TOWARDS? WHY OR WHY NOT? No; I was never really leaning towards anyone (on the ballot). The quiz shows this, with Trump’s percentage at 34% and Hillary’s at 33%. I agree with almost exactly one-third of what each of them believe. DO YOU FEEL LIKE YOU SHOULD LOOK DEEPER INTO EACH CANDIDATE’S STANCES TO TRULY GET AN ACCURATE READ ON WHO YOU SHOULD VOTE FOR? Absolutely. One cannot accurately judge a candidate solely off what they
1. Summary: Donald Trump is planning to re-establish the North American Free Trade Agreement, one of the factors that this could change is Canadian’s work visas. There are around 30,000 to 40,000 Canadian’s who work in the united states using a special work visas. Canadian tech companies are becoming worried about what trump might do with the special work visas since they are the tool that allows their employees work full time in the united states without giving up their Canadian citizenship. Analysis:
1. Read the attached article (after question 16) and write a short summary and reaction to it. The article “On Views of Race and Inequality, Blacks and Whites Are Worlds Apart” gives us information and statistics on the differing views on inequality between races. According to the article, African Americans see inequality as more of an issue than Caucasian Americans. It also shows the disparity in thinking about what the country has done and still needs to do in order to help race relations and
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