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Papers On Political Theory (Page 1)
Why Study Politics ? : A 4 page paper that determines the
significance of studying politics, while also looking at the
impact of the two predominant political parties and
democracy as a whole. Bibliography lists several sources.

Deconstructionism & The Critical Legal Studies Movement :
A 25 page paper that considers the importance of
deconstructionism and CLS in law, and then argues against
their use. The writer contends that standard legal practices
are more effective than developments supported by
deconstructionism. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

Ancient Democracy : A 5 page paper discussing ancient
Greek democracy. In ancient Greece the idea of democracy
was met with some resistance, but gradually the people came
around to the idea. The various ideas, and particulars are
included to give a fairly accurate view of how it developed,
how it worked, what went into the creation of the system,
and how it grew. While it suffered greatly, as is by no means,
the form of democracy we experience today, the subject
offers much in the way of understanding the basics of
democracy. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Ancdemoc.wps

Democracy, The Worst Form of Government / The Views of
Plato, Marx and Thucydides:
This 5 page argumentative
essays uses the writings of Plato, Marx and Thucydides to
support the argument that democracy is the worst form of
government. Bibliography lists 5 sources. MHdemoc.wps

Democracy : In 12 pages the author discusses democracy
and the theory that democratic governments are inherently
disposed against war. "The greatest impetus for world peace
is the spread of democracy…democracies are more peaceful
than any other kind of government, and the world is growing
more democratic…democracies are not only slow to anger
but also quick to compromise and to forgive." (Joshua
Muravchik, Managing Global Chaos, page 573)
Bibliography lists 9 sources. Democ.wps

Is The United States A Democracy? : In the United States,
individuals have held a sense of pride that theirs was a
'government by the people, for the people'. The world is in a
state of transition whereby the ideologies that were, in the
past, accepted without questioning, such as the democratic
state, are being re-evaluated. There are valid arguments on
both sides which allow a reasonable discussion to evolve on
the possible future of the democratic process in the United
States. This 7 page paper gives a brief introduction into the
meaning of democracy and then presents both sides to the
question, "Is the United States a democracy?" Bibliography
lists 7 sources. KTusdemo.wps

Democracy and Dictatorship : This 5 page report discusses
the differences in the development, attitudes, and realities of
democracy compared with dictatorship. As the 20th century
closes, more people live under democratic rule than under
dictatorship at the end of the 20th century. However, the fact
remains that in many circumstances, democracy was won
only after the excesses of dictatorship were fully realized.
Bibliography lists 5 sources. BWdemo.rtf

The Relationships Between Government, Politics,
Democracy And Power :
5 pages in length. Defining the
relationships that exist between and among government,
politics, democracy and power is a task that draws its
conclusion upon a very fine line. Indeed, while all four of
these entities have something significant to do with one
another, at the same time they each possess their own
particular arrangement within the wide and varied scheme of
bureaucratic function. It can be argued that one needs the
combination of power and government in order to enact any
level of politics; however, it can also be contended that there
does not necessarily have to exist any sort of democratic
considerations as a means by which to operate that
government. This specific point speaks to the concept of
power and authoritarianism, rather than power and
democracy as it is in the United States of America. The
writer discusses the relationship of these four entities.
Bibliography lists 7 sources. TLCpower.wps

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