Compares and contrasts the theories of Marx and Engels regarding the causes and effects of the division of labor with Smith’s theories.
This paper is a critical review of the book Arthur Schlesinger’s Imperial Presidency on changes in the presidency.
This paper discusses John Locke’s concept of the social contract as expressed in his second treatise on civil government entitled, An Essay Concerning the True Original Extent and End of Civil Government.
This paper argues that the security measures put in place after September 11, 2001, under the umbrella of the “war on terrorism” endanger the American principles of equality and freedom.
This paper discusses the federal system of government, in which both the national government and smaller political subdivisions hold significant power.
This paper describes various methodological approaches to comparative politics, including systems theory, Wiarda’s islands of theory, developmentalism and behavioralism.
This paper examines the office of the Prime Minister of the British government: History, evolution, functions, powers, selection, strengths and weaknesses of leaders of the British goverment.
Suggests that the best critiques of capitalism are made by those who most appreciate its achievements.
This paper discusses the era of Jacksonian democracy, 1825-1835, which reorganized and redefined the values of its Whig predecessors and prepared America for the present-day polyarchical pluralist system.
Critique and summary of Sally Seldon’s book The Promise of Representative Bureaucracy: Diversity and Responsiveness in a Government Agency.