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Constitutional Implications of the Royal Prerogative
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A 5 page discussion of the implications of the authority, privilege, and immunity granted to the monarchy of the U.K. as a part of its unwritten Constitution. The author emphasizes that while royal prerogative holds reason for concern, in actuality the Queen has not executed any real power in recent history. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Constitutional Interpretation
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6 pages in length. Reviews the various methodologies used in constitutional interpretation. Considers the landmark cases "Roe vs. Wade" and "Miranda vs. Arizona" and the criteria for evaluating hermeneutical efficacy. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Constructivist Verses Realist in International Conflict
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A 4 page discussion of the way in which the realists verses constructivist schools of thought came into play during the Cold War. The author defines each school of thought and uses the example of the Kennan school of containment to illustrate the philosophical underpinnings. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Consumption Tax Or Flat Tax
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This 5 page paper explains what each of these taxes are and the pros and cons of each. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Containment in US History
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A 5 page paper which examines the US foreign policy of containment from the late 1940s onward. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Contemporary Realism and Liberalism
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This is a 6 page paper comparing contemporary realism and liberalism. Contemporary realism and liberalism are basically conflicting political ideals but aspects of each are encountered in the modern day political arena. Realism is based on the understanding that protection and self-interests of the nation state should be the dominant feature in political decisions, justice, and human interests regardless of moral considerations. Liberalism, on the other hand, bases its idealism on the philosophy that man and thought are universal and the consideration of international law, human rights and democratic peace based on moral considerations are the most important factors in regards to matter of the nation. Obviously the conflicts between the two have been prominent in the course of history. Hobbes believed that wars will always occur between nations because of the realism that man as an animal is always self preserving. Anarchy can only be controlled by the administration of a strong leader from the realist point of view. Liberalism however believes that international law and justice can be attained by moral considerations and man’s overlapping consensus of human rights. In today’s world, democracy is spreading since the end of the Cold War. This democracy is seen as a reason to support other countries who have taken on the liberal philosophy from the liberalism point of view. The spread of democracy and those countries who have claimed to be democratic is only useful if it results in betterment of the state from the realism point of view. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Contentious Tactics: Examples And Impact
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3 pages in length. Call it persuasion, coercion or manipulation, but contentious tactics are a necessary evil where the Army is concerned. The extent to which one party must "impose its preferred solution" (Pruitt et al, 2003, p. 63) on the other in order to maintain control is both grand and far-reaching; that contentious tactics reflect some of the most effective ways in which to achieve this objective speaks to myriad maneuvers designed with just that in mind. Some contentious tactics, Pruitt et al (2003) note, are less intimidating than others (promises as compared to violence) and are best utilized accordingly and in the appropriate situations for which they were devised. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Continued Existence of the Two-Party System
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A 5 page review of the stability and instability of the United States’ two-party political system. Offers three factors as an explanations for the continuity of this system over time. these factors are economic, societal and issue-related. Draws heavily on the authors James L. Sundquist and Thomas Ferguson to explain these factors. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Twoparty.doc


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