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    Richard III as a Successful Politician Shakespeare's Richard III is set in England after the War of the Roses. Richard, the megalomanic eponymous character, is desperate for the throne of England. He tells us that he seeks the crown to compensate for his deformity (he was a hunchback from birth). Richard has his own brother killed and later has former allies and those who still stood in his way killed also. When Richard eventually gains the throne he finds his conscience and begins to

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    Franklin Roosevelt (FDR)

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    ’s early years. In Campobello is where FDR met his future wife Eleanor at the age of 19. (1) Soon, after he graduated from Harvard University, FDR was elected for the New York State Legislature (1). This is the point that marked him as a successful politician with great leadership skills that would go beyond his own thoughts. The crash of the stock market in 1929 brought a great depression to most Americans who at one point were living comfortable with not economical worries. Now these same Americans

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    Celebrity Politicians

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    majority of the vote anyway. To truly understand how people with hardly any political experience can step right into the spotlight and win an election, one must first understand what goes into a political campaign. The first step for a want-to-be politician is to declare their entrance into the election. Many people want this to take place at a large press conference. This is a step in the election process where celebrities have a major advantage. Even if a celebrity announces their entrance into an

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    Competition Protects Consumers, Politicians Protect Themselves Baltimore Sun political writer H. L. Mencken once warned, "The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed, and hence clamorous to be led to safety, by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary." As saviors politicians then announce an array of government programs to safeguard a grateful electorate from one hobgoblin or another. For that safety, taxpayers are forced to cough up billions

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    At the Crossroads

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    she was the first openly gay politician to win election to a statewide office (Perry 37-65). Noble’s election was the catalyst for a dramatic series of events, not only for the residents of the Fenway district in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, but for the entire country as well. Since that historic afternoon, Massachusetts has typically had ten openly gay politicians on its ballot. On a national level, there are more than one hundred and sixty openly gay politicians, with an average of one hundred

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    used over and over by countless politicians throughout the history of our country. However, the difference between a politician who made this statement sixty years ago and one who makes it today is enormous. Somehow over the years, the leaders of our country took a once trusted and adored institution and turned it into a national symbol of distrust. Thus we now live in society where very few Americans could honestly state that they trust politicians. So, did politicians become more devious and manipulative

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    Political Communication

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    interested in sensationalism than issue, they were political insider’s who can’t report fairly, they didn’t understand the real issues facing the country, they underestimate the public’s taste, and they conspire to disgrace politicians. On the other hand the survey also accused the politicians of wrongful doings. It was stated that they... ... middle of paper ... ...d the media. American Political Science Review. 93. 327-342. Harris, R. (1999). A cognitive psychology of mass communication. Makwah, NJ:

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    The Redevelopment in UK After Post War World Are the

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    Tips for Politicians

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    Tips for Politicians Rule 1: Think strategically. One of the reasons why promising politicians fail, is the lack of strategic planning. Some prefer to leave everything they do to “creativity”, “political instinct“ or “political experience”

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    Politician vs. Statesman

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    Politician and statesman are two terms that are used to define a political individual, and usually collaborate in their meanings. Many times, these two works can be used as synonyms when describing an individual, but they do have their subtle differences. Both a politician and a statesman are defined as “man who is a leader in national or international affairs” or “a man who is a respected leader in a given field” (http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=statesman / http://dictionary.reference.com/search

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