Zachary Alexander Vaughan
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Zachary Alexander Vaughan liked Ryan Charles Brereton's blog post Why Democracy is Important
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America's Mental Health

#essaycontest2018Zachary Alexander VaughanGreen Run CollegiateHigh SchoolI see democracy as a system of government that is based strongly around the worth of an individual and pays attention to the minority groups.The health crises related to treating people with depression is failing Americans.Over 300 million Americans live with depression according to the World Health Organization. When proper assistance isn’t provided for Americans with depression, the suicide rate begins to increase. The…See More
Oct 26, 2018
Zachary Alexander Vaughan posted a blog post

America's Mental Health

#essaycontest2018Zachary Alexander VaughanGreen Run CollegiateHigh SchoolI see democracy as a system of government that is based strongly around the worth of an individual and pays attention to the minority groups.The health crises related to treating people with depression is failing Americans.Over 300 million Americans live with depression according to the World Health Organization. When proper assistance isn’t provided for Americans with depression, the suicide rate begins to increase. The…See More
Oct 24, 2018
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America's Mental Health

#essaycontest2018Zachary Alexander VaughanGreen Run CollegiateHigh SchoolI see democracy as a system of government that is based strongly around the worth of an individual and pays attention to the minority groups.The health crises related to treating people with depression is failing Americans.Over 300 million Americans live with depression according to the World Health Organization. When proper assistance isn’t provided for Americans with depression, the suicide rate begins to increase. The…See More
Oct 24, 2018
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Oct 24, 2018

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America's Mental Health

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I see democracy as a system of government that is based strongly around the worth of an individual and pays attention to the minority groups.The health crises related to treating people with depression is failing Americans.Over 300 million Americans live with depression according to the World Health Organization. When proper assistance isn’t provided for Americans…

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