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    American foreign policy during the Iraq war (2003-2004)

    I would need some research upon the public opinion in the USA regarding the Iraq war between 2003-2004. Based on weather the US public was casualty phobic or defeat phobic based on researches made by Gelpi and Feaver and also contradicting Mueller, through poles made by CNN, CBN and Gallup or Pew research. Also what importance t

    1. Discuss two different definitions of a "nation". 2. Discuss the problems with those definitions of "nation" (from question 1) and provide examples that prove each of those definitions are faulty. 3. Explain the elite theory of democracy and its criticisms of egalitarian democracy. 4. Compare Thomas Hobbes' and John Locke's conceptions of liberty.

    2. Discuss the problems with those definitions of "nation" (from question 1) and provide examples that prove each of those definitions are faulty. a. Many times, a people group will live on both sides of an international border. They may consider themselves members of the same nation though they live in separate geopolitica

    Mead's Four Schools of US Foreign Policy

    From the Mead's Four Schools of US Foreign Policy, which school can explain Obama's foreign policy and the Obama's approach to the egypt issue? The Hamiltonian, Wilsonian, Jeffersonian, or the Jacksonian school? If possible, please give examples to better understand your response.

    Democracy

    Is unconventional participation a natural right of citizens in a democracy? Does it have equal legitimacy with conventional activity, or should unconventional political behavior be limited so special circumstances? If you agree with the latter point of view, explain what circumstances justify this sort of action. Is violent poli

    Civil Liberties

    Are there some civil liberties that people should be prepared to give up in times of war?

    Help with essay about the democracy

    Need help getting started with the following assignment. 1) Chapter one from Edward Greengberg's book "The struggle for Democracy." 2) Chapter 2 from Michael Parenti's book "Democracy for the few." 3) Chapter 1 from Michael Moore's book "Stupid white men and other sorry excuses for the state of the nation." Then you

    Dimaggio's Media Review

    What does Dimaggio mean when he refers to worthy and unworthy victims? why is this distinction important? In answering these questions, you should refer to multiple examples of the distinction. From book - 'When Media Goes to War', Anthony Dimaggio

    The Culture Struggle

    According to parenti, what's wrong with culturalist explanations? From the book- Parenti's The Culture Struggle

    Government Questions

    1. What are some of the historical events that shaped the formation of the U.S. federal government? Select one event you think had a major effect on the federal government. How does this event affect Americans today? 2. Who were some of the early philosophical contributors to American government? How did their ideas help shap

    Definitions

    Define: Please use your own words inthe most simplest terms. oligarchy Autocracy Constitutionalism Communism Capitalism Thank you.

    The Presidency and Lawmaking

    Given what you now know about how Congress works and how a bill is passed, what do you think the likelihood of success will be for President Obama to implement his agenda? In retrospect, can you identify past presidents and how well they were in implementing their agenda? Please stay out of the politics and use the PROCESS of im

    The Public Graded Federal Bureaucracies

    The Public Graded Federal Bureaucracies What specific items ought to be listed on a report card that is used to evaluate a federal bureaucracy? Which agencies or departments do you think would get the worst grades?

    Action Plan & Presentation

    Action Plan and Presentation I only need 400 words explaining how the plan differs from the approach taken if the team was assigned a different role and why the team's plan offers a superior approach. I was assigned to work on political issue about CLIMATE CHANGE and my role in political action committee. I have to keep m

    Opposition Evaluation: Same-Sex Marriage

    Select a contemporary issue that has polarizing viewpoints, such as environmental policy, taxation and income redistribution, same-sex marriage, worker's rights, immigration, and so forth. Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper, describing how politically powerful factions compete in policy decisions and debate issues. You could

    Factions & Groups

    1. how may factions develop in a group? How does consensus develop versus dominance by one faction? 2. Besides political parties, what factions hold opposing views on a political issue of concern to you? Why do you think they hold the point of view they do?

    Political & Public Issue: Illegal Immigration

    Describe an issue you support that is an issue for a major political party. In what ways do your interests and the party's interests agree or disagree on the issue? Is a third, or fourth, party necessary to adequately represent everyone's interests?

    Same sex Marriage

    I already wrote my essay and I would like to compare/contrast. I also could use you as my referance. Thank You. What if...One State's Same-Sex Marriages Had to Be Recognized Nationwide?

    Election Systems American Government

    What is the difference between a single-member district election and that of an at-large system? Why have minorities groups gone to the Supreme Court to outlaw the at-large system?

    National security policy

    What role should America's ideals play in its national security policy? Include historical, current, and hypothetical cases in the analysis.

    Essay Writing: Legal and Political Topics

    Questions for the essay, at least 500 words. Any help and advise would be great! Thank you. Pick a piece of legislation that has become law and write a brief legislative history, including an outline of the steps it took in becoming law and a discussion of support for, opposition to, and influences on its passage. Compare i

    American Politics: Jefferson quote

    What did Jefferson mean when he wrote that "the tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants"? Does his assertion have meaning for the current generation of Americans?