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Through this examination of politics, it is apparent that the system is at fault, perhaps inevitably, to the continuously growing problem of fragmented government that align with various other... ... middle of paper ... ... and reform. Yet, it is in my opinion that his article is of such significance because of its logistic explanation of such frequent and high volume Court case reforms. Author Mark Graber in The Lessons of Dred Scott, claimed that decision rendered by Supreme Court Chief Justice Taney in 1865 was unavoidable, simply because the decision was consistent with the times of the era (Graber, p.7). This conditionality of politics concerning political environments is evident in Kagan as well, providing both political scientists and students alike with the knowledge that Courts do and often will act not only for the majority, but also more explicitly towards the persuasion tactics of every outlet of both private and public political participation, which provides a necessary and comprehensive evaluation of the American way of law unknown to many, including myself until today.
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Upon reading and researching to create my hypothesis, I felt that an authori-tarian government constitutes a weaker civil society underneath them, versus a demo-cratic government’s stronger, more able civil society because authoritarian governments govern in such a manner that repress protests against the government. Literature Review Upon analyzing different literatures when developing my research paper and thoughts, I looked at regimes all around the world, such as Russia, North Korea, China, Iran, and more. Many of these countries provided a great deal of telling in-sight and tendencies that each country had. Upon the first in my research was in-volving the very center and the base of my research paper: civil societies, and how they are affected. How to deal with the Past by Anatoly & Stanley G. Payne Civil societies are the heart and root of everything socially and governmen-tally related, there would be no government without its people, there would be no one to rule if there were no subjects, and as such, there would be no society.
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