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.
Argues that consumerism, encouraged by corporations and government, iss creating a society devoid of values.
Probes a repeal of the New Jersey Family Cap and a reformation of the New Jersey welfare policies in general.
This paper discusses C. Wright Mills’ The Power Elite that cites great changes in the structure & direction of American society.
Argues that the enactment of Title IX has been very effective in equalizing rights between men and women and that its continued enforcement is necessary if this equality is to be maintained.
Discussion of the main theme of Robert D. Kaplan’s article Was Democracy Just a Moment.
This paper examines Ralph Nader’s Who Runs Congress chapter by chapter and evaluates the book.
This paper discusses the political theories of Thomas Hobbes.
Examines the primary reasons people fight in the name of religion.