Washington and Lee's Digital Archive
The Washington and Lee University Digital Archive (DA) serves to collect, preserve, share, and enhance the use of selected materials, owned or created by Washington and Lee University and members of its community, by making these materials available in a digital format.
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ICT investments can reduce poverty by increasing not only economic development, but by also increasing other aspects of development such as political inclusion, freedom of speech, and gender equality. While investments in ...
The world has moved past the traditional definition of health, while institutional care in America has not. The Word Health Organization (WHO) defines health as a state of complete well-being, and not just the absence of ...
This paper is divided into two main parts. Section I examines the arguments supporting and opposing new cigarette taxes. Subsections include subsection I, the history of cigarette tax; subsection II, the rationales of ...
High Infant Mortality Rates among the Poor in America: The Roles of Income and Other Social Factors Many causes of infant mortalities, both neonatal and postnatal, are due to unpreventable congenital malformations. The other causes are largely preventable. Prenatal care, adequate maternal nutrition, and abstinence from ...