By Nassef Manabilang Adiong
The researcher is investigating at the perceptions of the 3 leaders in maneuvering and rushing up the laws of the arguable united states PATRIOT Act that once the notorious Sept. nine, 2001 occasion, this act used to be enacted in under one month and 13 days within the Senate and authorized (Oct. 26, 2001) by way of Pres. Bush instantly. the aim of this examine is to evaluate the schema of the 3 US leaders utilizing Operational Code research during the Verbs In Context process approach to content material research in influencing the construction of the stated legislation. this can additionally exhibit if the perceptions of the 3 US leaders are consonance with a undeniable development of political trust, which one way or the other impact the taking into account different leaders as manifested in developing anti-terrorism legislation world wide.
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From this point of view, the chaperone was a sexy attribute. Daughters from families which circulated in ‘Society’ had to overcome still other status barriers on the way to gaining the right to work: Retail trade was once supposed to mark the limitations that society permitted to its members. The higher finance, large wholesale dealings were quite in accord with dignity and rank. Then the line began to be stretched, and the director’s position in a bid manufacturing concern or in the distribution of popular commodities, was not only tolerated but coveted.
But there’s a difference in being gracious and charming to all people, in all situations – and deliberately using one’s charms for personal gain. The well-bred woman in business does not make a practice of resorting to feminine wiles or coquetry to achieve her aims. (Eichler Watson, 1948: 497) In a chapter on women in business, Amy Vanderbilt supported the same ideal synthesis by offering a variation upon the old distinction between the woman with a job and the lady in the domain of home and good society: ‘Every woman who refuses to become “one of the boys” in business and who insists she be treated as a lady in the human rather than in the drawing-room sense does her share toward a better understanding between the sexes’ (1952: 206).
Nothing is allowed to interfere with the average businessman’s arrangements. To facilitate these everything possible is done by his family. This may be because men are more insistent, because they have a way of demanding their rights. It would be well for women in business, well also for their families, that they should ‘look sharp’ and pursue the same policy. qxd 12/08/2004 10:36 Page 35 Going to Work Today, this kind of view of the consequences of having a job for women’s tasks at home may seem a truism.
After 9/11: A Troika of Perceptions of President George Walker Bush, former Secretary of State Colin Luther Powell and former Secretary of Defense Donald Henry Rumsfeld on the Creation of the USA Patriot Act of 2001 by Nassef Manabilang Adiong