1. The question isnt why does Carter lose so badly; rather I want to know how in four years can the administration of one president turn the nation apparently 180 degrees? Is Carter really that bad? (Answer with political affiliations aside). b. So my question is, what factors really contribute to their inability to hold the momentum that bring them to office?2. Can someone tell me what inflation is? Also, what was inflation like during the period 1976-1980? What caused it? What did government try and do about it?3. Nixon imposes wage and price freezes. What does this mean? Why would the president do this? What does Nixon say are the reasons for this policy?
Do you think this policy was effective?
How might this policy apply today? Does it sound familiar? 4. My question to you is: Do you think there remains a middle ground silent majority in our country today? What do recent elections and current politics suggest about our society?Criminal Justice1. How do you believe one becomes an effective interviewer or interrogator? 2. Why is hearsay not admissible in court? 3. Do you believe Miranda is still a valid concept today… Are there better options?1. Carter wasnt that bad and his administration no more turned the country in a 180 degree angle than Fords presidency. In regard to both Carter and Ford, inflation was the reason why their tenures as president were prematurely cut short. Inflation was high in Fords tenure and higher during Carters tenure, which represented a continuation of what some politico aficionados believe inherited by every president following Johnsons presidency wherein he engaged in the Vietnam War and the Great Society Programs that reformed the nation without raising taxes. Some believe that inflation was suffered for the next 30 years following these issues created by Johnson. Therefore, Carter was not that bad of a president.b. There was no momentum that brought Ford to office as obviously he was the Vice President when Nixon resigned under guaranteed impeachment if he remained. Carters momentum was stifled significantly by the Iranian Hostage crisis as it lasted for the final 14 months of his presidency and didnt end until the exact day he left office when the hostages were released. In addition, both Ford and Carter had to deal with hostile congressional bodies wherein the opposing party controlled the Senate when they were president. This resulted in each president having difficulty, particularly with Carter who could not carry out many of his campaign promises. 2. The rate at which the general level of prices for goods and services is rising, and, subsequently, purchasing power is falling is inflation. On assuming office in 1977, President Carter inherited an economy that was slowly emerging from a recession. He had severely criticized former President Ford for his failures to control inflation and relieve unemployment, but after four years of the Carter presidency, both inflation and unemployment were considerably worse than at the time of his inauguration. The annual inflation rate rose from 4.8\% in 1976 to 6.8\% in 1977, 9\% in 1978, 11\% in 1979, and hovered around 12\% at the time of the 1980 election campaign.2. The three month freeze that Nixon implemented represented an unprecedented peacetime measure. He designed the policy to defeat an annual inflation rate of 4\% to 6\% in 1970-1971. He did it partly for votes as it was popular among Americans who viewed the policy as a measure to protect America from foreign predators by insulating America through diplomatic protectionism. The policy was effective in gaining support for his actions, but it did little to stem the high inflation that plagued his Vice President who succeeded him when he was forced to retire or be impeached.Today these measures would be problematic in a global economy and viewed as open-war on free trade agreements. China engages in protectionism that irks the United States. 3. A middle ground is certainly representative in America because if it were not, the Republican Party would have won the last two elections. Many of the pollsters thought that the race between Obama and Romney would be close yet it was a huge blowout loss by Romney. The reason for this result was the silent majority who either absconded from voting for either candidate or those Republicans who chose the middle ground instead of the divisive rhetoric being espoused by the Republican Party during the primary and general elections. Criminal Justice 1. Practice and perseverance are two important factors in becoming an effective interviewer. In addition to these necessary traits, the person must have a morally correct mindset and focus on ensuring that good ethical practices are adhered to. The person must be an effective listener and also be able to control the interview process by ensuring that the appropriate responses and mannerisms are conducted during appropriate times in the interview and interrogation process.2. Hearsay is not admissible in court because it does not constitute factual information and the person who allegedly may have said the statements cannot be definitively pegged as saying what is alleged. The rules of evidence provide that a witness cannot testify in court concerning what someone said outside of court.3. Miranda holds authorities responsible for any violation of citizens rights by dismissing any case wherein the citizen is not read their rights to remain silent. Authoritative figures can be imposing figures, and many people are taught form birth to obey the orders of those in law enforcement. Therefore, prior to Miranda many people simply felt they could not refuse to answer questions posed by police officers that may have implicated them in criminal behavior because they were obligated to answer. Miranda ensures that the 5th amendments right to remain silent and not incriminate yourself extends beyond the courtroom for citizens.

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