Fair Housing

200 words each with 1 reference Fair Housing

Part I. Reread the memo about fair housing – see attached memo

Explain how you serve the council even though their ideas might differ from the public good. Can you argue that serving the council’s decision is serving the public good?

Part II.  If you were the city manager in the situation from the first DQ. Would you implement the policy? Explain why. Discuss the challenges that might occur if someone did choose to implement the policy.


History Assignment and answer

Hi, I am looking for someone to write an article on the vietnam war did war prove to be a successful means of achieving political objective examine this from both the us and north vietnamese perspectives Paper must be at least 4000 words. Please, no plagiarized work! It is “an act of violence intended to compel our opponent to fulfill our will… War is not merely an act of policy but a true political instrument, a continuation of political intercourse, carried on with other means.2

The Vietnam War was initially a conflict between two new countries that came out of the French colonization of Indochina. But, the US intervention led to a change in the circumstances. In the end, the essential reality of the struggle, wrote Hendrik Hertzberg in his book, Politics (2005), “was that the Communists, imbued with an almost fanatical sense of dedication to a reunified Vietnam under their control, saw the war against the United States and its South Vietnamese ally as the continuation of two thousand years of resistance to Chinese and later French rule.” (p. 37)

Although there are three main players in the Vietnam War: North Vietnam, South Vietnam and the United States, there is the important addition of the Soviet Union as an actor and to a certain degree, China, that the Vietnam War came to be characterized by the conflict of two factions, the Communist and the US-South Vietnam alliance. On the Communist side, there is North Vietnam, Soviet Union and China. Here, the Vietnamese communist is holding the center stage.

The Vietnam War was said to be an undeclared war between the Soviet Union and the United States or an extension of the Cold War, with Vietnam as the battleground of the West and the Communists war for global influence. The strategy in this regard is that these major powers were involved in their war against each other using the weaker countries as a battleground. In this approach, their troops are kept at a minimum and that they – the US and Soviet Union – are protected, themselves, from risk of direct attack.

Assignment 3

Complete 9 pages APA formatted article: Netflix: Traffic Feud Leads to Video Slowdown. It is a fact that media plays a most pivotal role to influence people in society and therefore it becomes necessary that the information conveyed to us is devoid of any personal opinion of the reporter.

True media reporting is unbiased and without opinion but the moot question is whether it really happens so? Even suppressing some information and highlighting the specific one without giving any personal opinion also falls in the category of biased reporting because it tends to develop a specific opinion in society. With the electronic media in vogue, the news keeps on pouring every minute – all 24 hours in a day uninterruptedly, and thereby it has an enormous capacity to influence most of us. The point is technology has made huge changes in one’s life. Online video services have emerged as a major entertainer cum news provider in recent years and thereby this technology has also set some new ground rules for many.

In order to make my point though, the first article that I have chosen is titled Netflix-Traffic Feud Leads to Video Slowdown written by Drew FitzGerald and Shalini Ramachandran and published in a prestigious magazine ‘The Wall Street Journal’ in their issue dated February 18, 2014. The article highlights the dispute between Netflix and Verizon owing to new possibilities emerging due to the rapid advancement in internet technologies. Netflix is a large video content provider and customers access video content through broadband connectivity provided by Verizon, Comcast, AT&T Inc., or Time Warner Cable in their regions. Usually, when tens of thousands of customers hook up to such video programs during prime time simultaneously, the program streaming slows down considerably resulting in unsatisfactory performance. Broadband providers such as Verizon communication take a view that they have fixed data-carrying capacity per second in their network. however, Netflix video programs occupy a large proportion of data creating congestion to their networking pipe. The end result is the reduced streaming speed for Netflix customers, especially during prime-time. The current debate is who should pay for the upgrades for a satisfying experience for the customers.