Samples "Democracy"


National Popular Vote – A Bad Idea

In the March 2012 article, “Why National Popular Vote Is a Bad Idea,” by Curtis Gans, the author makes a strong case against the National Popular Vote movement. Gans argues that, although the electoral college system is not without flaws, it is ultimately better than the alternative. Based on the...

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992 words | 4 page(s)
Theory of Knowledge: Democracy

The modern world is said to be a democratic one. However, the definition of the term democracy and that of democracy in the 21st century are not similar in any way. Democracy defines the rule of the majority by the majority. Nevertheless, democracy in the 21st century involves the powerful...

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923 words | 4 page(s)
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Democracy is Dead

Statement: "Democracy is dead. Those born to the money and power that it takes to win a good education who have the intelligence and the necessary information to make informed decisions and the will, the motivation and the discipline to implement those decisions should be given a free hand in...

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1226 words | 5 page(s)
Difference Between Classical Liberalism and Modern Liberalism

While there are undeniable similarities between classical and modern conceptions of liberalism the differences between the two appear to be more significant than any commonalities. This paper will briefly discuss the historical and philosophical roots of each form of liberalism and conclude by arguing for the greater importance of their...

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719 words | 3 page(s)
Have Americans Lived Up To The Ideals Expressed In The Declaration Of Independence?

The American society has been in a constant struggle to live up to the ideals expressed in the Declaration of Independence since the founding of our original nation. The founding ideals of America are based on equality, liberty, opportunity, democracy, and rights (Bowe, 2007). The United States has since projected...

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1090 words | 5 page(s)