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Free Trade Area (1984)

Posted on October 2, 2013

A Free Trade Area is an agreement between two countries to virtually eliminate all duties and other trade restrictions between them as governed by international rules of commerce. Such an agreement between the United States and Israel will strengthen bilateral ties; benefit the American economy by expanding trade and maintaining the position of U.S. exporters Continue Reading »

Freedom of Assembly (1960)

Posted on October 2, 2013

Freedom of Assembly (1960) National Women’s League has been alert and concerned with the menace of bigots who have abused the civil liberties of free speech and free assembly, in spreading hatred of the Jew. Nevertheless, we reaffirm our belief that freedom of speech and assembly must be held inviolate because they are basic to Continue Reading »

Foreign Aid (1990)

Posted on October 2, 2013

Events in Eastern Europe have redefined America’s security interests. The failure of communism to provide economic stability and growth has opened up opportunities for democracy and free enterprise. In moving from an era of confrontation to an era of diplomacy we must bear in mind that an important tool of diplomacy is foreign aid. U.S. Continue Reading »

Education – Federal Aid to Education (2006)

Posted on October 2, 2013

Federal Aid to Education (2006) The No Child Left Behind law, which is designed to help students throughout the country achieve greater levels of proficiency in reading and math, requires states to design their own tests. Some states have used commercial tests, some have created their own, and some have combined the two approaches. This Continue Reading »