Goals: A review was conducted to gather the results of evaluations of voluntary agreements between business and government. It aimed to consolidate the types of agreements as they work in practice, the conditions for their success and evaluation. Another separation, sometimes made, is between overtacted consent and tacit consent. An unsurpassed consent to be valid would require volunteering, a special act on the part of the consenters, a particular act to which they have consented, and certain agents who perform this action. Immigration to a given jurisdiction is sometimes seen as an unwavering law that gives the government`s approval of that jurisdiction`s decision. However, not all those governed by a particular government have immigrated to that jurisdiction; some were born there; However, others argue that the power to emigrate (i.e. from a jurisdiction) implies such a omission of consent. The conditions of a political society are less related to violence and fear of coercion than to the mutual recognition of a good community for oneself and for others, even if it cannot be consciously expressed as such. For the conditions of any civil relationship to disappear as opposed to a despotic government or by disobeying the law, such a catastrophic, unlikely upheaval would be necessary in all but the most extreme circumstances, where we could agree with Green that the price would be too high to pay, but so rarely that we can realize that there would normally be a moral duty to act to overthrow any state that is not the common good.  Kintzer (1973) proposes a useful typology of articulation agreements and transfer policies: formal state agreements or legislation requiring the adoption of certain measures, state policies that promote articulation and transmission, and voluntary agreements between individual institutions or systems. The United States has put in place a number of measures to promote the articulation and deboning of two- to four-year-old institutions, most of which are voluntary or non-compulsory, although they are often translated into legislation.
The State Education Commission (2001) found that of the 50 United States, 30 had transfer support laws, 40 had national cooperation agreements, 33 states regularly collected transfer data and reported that 18 states had incentives and rewards to send students or send or host institutions, and 26 maintained a national transfer guide. While there is evidence that state policy can influence the effectiveness of student transfer (Wellman, 2002: 45), others (Anderson et al., 2006) have questioned the effectiveness of state articulation agreements. Other jurisdictions take the range of articulation promotion measures described in Kintzer`s typology, with the extent of the state`s prescription, encouragement or calm in the articulation, which is generally related to the extent of their participation in other aspects of higher education. We take these truths for granted that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, that below them live freedom and the search for happiness.-That to guarantee these rights, governments are introduced among people who seek to deduce their righteous strengths from the approval of the governed, –That if any form of government of these ends becomes destructive. , it is the right of the people to change or abolish it and to create a new government that bases its foundations on these principles and organizes its powers in the way most likely to ensure their safety and happiness.