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trustee vs delagate

Bureaucracy

Democracy

Election

Political science

United States

Voter Turnout

Words: 1047 (5 pages)

In a democratic government, functions of representation can sometimes become skewed or misunderstood. I will examine the different institutions of government including the legislature, the executive, the bureaucracy, and the courts pointing to their differences in trustee vs. delegate functions of representation. My understanding of a trustee is that it is someone in a position…

Who Voted Nazi and Why?

Catholic Church

Election

Nazi Germany

Nazi Party

Social Class

Voter Turnout

Voting

Words: 2402 (10 pages)

In the election of May 1928 the Nazi party won 2. 6% of the vote with 12 seats. By September 1930 this had risen to 18. 3% and 107 seats, this increased yet again to 37. 4% and 230 seats by July 1932. This made the Nazis the largest party in the Reichstag. However it…

Voter ID Pros and Cons

Election

Elections

Government

Voter Turnout

Voting

Words: 461 (2 pages)

Voter ID Pros and Cons In the history of the United States, voting has made a very big impact ever since the beginning. But nowadays, government officials are thinking about revising the voting system. This would be due to the fact that in the past decade there has been instances of people saying they are…

The Majority Rule

Citizenship

Democracy

Election

Government

Political science

Separation of powers

United States Congress

Words: 1553 (7 pages)

What is majority rule? Majority rule is where a group, party, or faction has more than half the votes (Websters). The statement In theory and in practice, majority rule is not a reliable guarantee of democracy is true of the US government today. It is hard for the majority to rule in the United States…

Jackson Jefferson Compare/Contrast

Democracy

Education

Egalitarianism

Election

Thomas Jefferson

Words: 656 (3 pages)

One area where Jefferson and Jackson can be compared similarly is in politics. Jefferson believed that eligibility for people of office should be among egalitarian citizens, or people who are not of high social status (property owners). Rather, a person who is charismatic, talented, and honest should be considered for office as a leader. Similarly,…

Bush and Gore make me wanna Ralph

Al Gore

Democracy

Election

Government

United States Congress

Voter Turnout

Voting

Words: 2019 (9 pages)

DISCLAIMER: If you are planning to vote for Al Gore in November, good for you. Don’t let what I’m about to say change your mind because I’ve been told by all the experts that if you do change your mind based on what I’m about to say, George W. Bush might win the election and…

Why Should We Vote

Election

Government

News

President of the United States

Richard Nixon

Voting

Words: 867 (4 pages)

The word “vote” causes many different reactions from people. Some become aggressive and begin to express their opinions on various political issues while others try to avoid the topic completely. However, there is a vast majority who rely on pat answers to support their neglect in voting. They use excuses such as, it doesn’t matter…

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