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The Iran deal is a good one. The most important part of this deal is that we have denuclearized the country of Iran. We have forced them to decrease their uranium enrichment to 3%, we preform extremely good inspections, and have significantly decreased the number of sanctions. For 15 years, Iran being a nuclear
country is not an issue. Even after the 15 years it is not an issue considering they are a country who is self interested. Like any country or government, they would not fund terrorist groups. It is also important to realize we are not giving them any money. We have just frozen their own assets. Every part of this deal is good and accomplishes the real goal which is keeping nuclear weapons out of Iran's hands.
The Articles of Confederation should be kept. With the articles, the people are able to be more included in the government and the government will not be able to be so controlling. The articles allow for a spread of power and stop elites from gaining all control. The articles are also much more specific than the constitution.
I agree with option 3 in that we should attempt to negotiate with North Korea. I believe that at all costs we should avoid attacking them in fear of the most likely reaction of them eventually attacking back. It would be the best option to convince North Korea to stop their use of nuclear weapons in an agreement.
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