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    representatives. Those goals are listed on the party’s platform, which everyone can have an access to. However, the members of a political party have never read their party’s platform. Campaign professionals and political consultants state that the platform does not help the candidate, but hurt them. The two most popular parties are Republicans and Democrats. There are several differences and similarities between the

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    point of shedding light onto Florida’s two main political parties (Republicans and Democrats) should not come with an agenda but rather simply be informative. Comparing and contrasting these parties based on their organization, policy position, and mission statements through the lens of their own words will help generate or change some opinions. Better understanding what makes and drives these two parties will better help those seeking to make a difference when exercising their right vote.

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    republicanism and liberalism. While there are differences between these two, there are also fundamental similarities. Together, they “inspire[d] a commitment to constitutional government and restraints on despotic power” (Foner). Both understandings believed that only white men who owned property had these liberties. They saw property as part of the basis of freedom. The ideals of both parties were also taken overseas to America. The biggest difference between the two parties is that republicanism

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    Interest groups and political parties play a significant part in the political system. However, interest groups and political parties differ in their objectives and goals. The fundamental goal of interest groups is changing laws. With a particular interest in an issue, interest groups attempt to change the law by trying to influence public policy. Interest groups wish to see their interests incorporated in the government. The fundamental goal of major political parties is the election of its members

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    Exploring the Differences Between Liberal Democratic, Authoritarian and Totalitarian Political Systems Defining political systems is a difficult thing to do as no single system is completely static, they often change dependant on things like war and trends in regimes, such as the recent insurgence in ‘liberal democracies’ means that the classifications of systems changes over time. The British Westminster system is considered to be a ‘liberal democracy’ however in the Second World War there

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    The Southern and Northern states varied on many issues, which eventually led them to the Civil War. There were deep economic, social, and political differences between the North and the South. These differences stemmed from the interpretation of the United States Constitution on both sides. In the end, all of these disagreements about the rights of states led to the Civil War. There were reasons other than slavery for the South?s secession. The manifestations of division in America were many:

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    Pierre Trudeau

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    past fellow bureaucrat provides high testimonial for the ex-Democratic Socialist. This critique will establish and dispute the prime directives that Trudeau had advocated in his own book written during the years 1965 to 1967. The compilation of political essays featured in his book deal with the diverse complexities of social, cultural and economical issues that were predominant in Canadian politics during the mid 1960's. However, throughout my readings I was also able to discover the fundamental

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    Global Interdependence

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    of this, students are more apt to be open minded and willing to participate in a social movement because it will teach them about themselves. Many college campuses strive to create a diverse environment, be it religious, ethnic, or political differences. These differences enrich the possibility for social movements and provide stimulating dialogue in which people soon become personally invested. The mere fact that one is a North American college student is an advantage because they are receiving

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    Gods and Generals

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    America (the Union), and 11 secessionist Southern states, organized as the Confederate States of America (the Confederacy). It was the culmination of four decades of intense sectional conflict and it reflected deep-seated economic, social, and political differences between the North and the South. Many books have been written on this “first modern war” describing how over 620,000 men were killed. Jeff Shaara goes deeper and explores the personal conflicts of four historical figures, two from the South

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    The Camp David Accord

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    profiles done by the CIA on both Begin and Sadat, which could have adversely affected his ability to mediate the proceedings. The long-standing hatred between Sadat and Begin was not one of a personal nature. It had more to do with the political differences of their two countries. Israel has held that the West Bank and the Gaza Strip were theirs because of the establishment of the State of Israel, out of what was Palestine in 1948 and by right of heredity. This was the land that God had told Moses

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