Research Paper On Gold Mining
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Surface Mining Rapes the Landscape
Once virtually abandoned, surface mining for coal has made a resurgence after the energy crisis. Previously known as strip mining, surface mining's effects on the environment—destruction of landscape, the creation of open pits where nothing will grow—were the cause of some of the first environmental legislation in this country. This paper suggests that a 1997 law designed to make surface mining harder to approve has been largely ineffective.This paper has seven pages and seven sources are listed in the bibliography.
Inflation and Gold as a Hedging Tool
In twenty three pages this paper assesses the hedging tool suitability of gold to combat contemporary inflation with gold prices, the gold standard, and the Bretton Woods agreement among the topics of discussion. Eleven sources are listed in the bibliography with five graphs also included.
Gold Commodity and Market
In eight pages gold is examines as a commodity and how it functions within the market in a consideration of performance, gold standard history, and the Bretton Woods Agreement. Seventeen sources are listed in the bibliography.
Gold and Bettelheim: Fairy Tales
This 4 page paper is a reaction to articles by Kari Gold and Bruno Bettelheim, in which the authors discuss fairy tales. The paper argues that Gold's approach is more accessible than Bettelheim's, who tends to go deeper into psychological examination of the stories than is supported by the text. Bibliography lists 3 sources.