Our study group has one more question regarding the 2004 Democratic Primary- Was it competitive throughout the entire process and perhaps the bigger issue is why was or wasn't it competitive this year?
Hi- our study group is having a big dispute and we'd like someone to settle our dispute who is really smart about the 2004 Democratic Primary Race...as 3 of the 5 members of our group have differing opinions...please settle this question: there were 11 days which had primaries or caucuses...how many states held a primary or cau
Sure need some help with dates on John Kerry. Does anyone know the date that John Kerry had compiled enough delegate votes to win the nomination...and...what date had the last opponent to Kerry dropped out of the race? Thanks in advance for helping our study group.
Hello - I know the Democratic Primary Race began with 10 candidates. Could you tell me: (a) when each (aside from Kerry) dropped out? (b)How many primaries or caucuses they each had competed in? And (c) how many delegates had they each won by that point? Thanks for helping!
I'm having trouble finding out some information regarding the Democratic Primary 2004. I know the race began with 10 candidates...when did each drop out and how many primaries/caucuses had they competed in and how many delegates had they won by that point in time? If anyone has a website that contains this information for me,
Using at least one source, comment at least 600 words on the following: Medical Malpractice Crisis: The use of defensive medicine. example: what is it? Whats the problem with it? How does it contribute to the medical malpractice crisis? These are just examples. You are free to write whatever you feel like, so long as i
My study group and I are having a dispute (friendly but heated) over the role a President of the United States plays in the citizens life. Most of the group are very liberal minded and believe a President should make you feel "warm + fuzzy" over your present survival, security, social affiliation, esteem, and self actualization
Suppose President Bush doesn't like a law and is supposed to execute it, but he does not. What would happen?
I believe that a U.S. Secret Service Agent is classified as part of the Executive Branch of the Federal Government. Initially they were part of the U.S. Treasury Dept. and today are classified under the Dept of Homeland Defense. Is this correct?
HELLO: So often we hear about the rights of being a citizen...and the flip side of what we can do.. is what a person cannot do. So the question I have is this: As a United States citizen...what intrinsic responsibilities does a person have as a citizen and why is it intrinsic?
Historical question: what were some of the main historical features of colonial US history in terms of the demands on and by US citizens in this early period. (700 words)
Hello, I have an "end of chapter challenge question" that isn't found in the text but I'd like to know the answer to satisfy my own curiosity... List 5 important historical aspects of the United States from Colonial times to the adoption of the Constitution.
I was wondering if someone could help me with the direction of the following quesiton for my political science project: Outline the positions of all declared candidates for the presidency of 2004. Include the Libertarian, Democrat, Republican, Socialist, Green Party, and any other declared candidats. Include their positions
What are the differences in the functions of the party-in-government, the part-in-electorate, and the party-in-organization?