Salvador Allende Biography

Since the early 1960’s American policy in Chile had one main objective, to keep Salvador Allende, and other Socialist-leaning leaders from gaining power. Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon, while working with the CIA, set on to disrupt the constitutional government of Chile. Alliance for Progress implemented by Eisenhower to support countries south of the border has … Read more

Discussing The Real Meaning of Free Speech Within College Campuses In the United States.

The number of students demanding protection from distasteful ideas is growing yearly. Some students complain that both racist and oppressive words are being vocalized within their universities. For example, the State Department was required to ban words such as “Islamist”, “jihad” and “caliphate from the panel. Such words were flagged, because they are thought to … Read more

Anti Federalists vs. Federalists

Anti-Federalist and Federalist Political Science American Government and Politics Professor Mike Connolly Anti Federalist vs. Federalists started after the Revolutionary war and the Americans had to figure out a way to get themselves out of economic depression because the war was costly and left many colonies in debt. Anti-federalists were those who opposed the development … Read more

Securitization Theory

Gallie explained security as an ‘essentially contested concept’ which is an appropriate analogy when considering this essay. Securitization Theory falls under the umbrella of Critical Security Studies which entered the theoretical mainstream after the post-cold war paradigm shift. Naturally, these ‘critical’ conceptions criticize the traditional positivist approaches such as realism and liberalism which had dominated … Read more

Madeleine Albright: A Lasting Message To The Graduating Class Of Mount Holyoke College 

Throughout the United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright’s speech to the graduating female class of Mount Holyoke College, she elaborates upon how she used her knowledge and education to benefit more than herself. She covers a wide variety of topics such as nuclear weapons, women’s role in society, and the ramifications of perseverance through … Read more

The Struggle for Water at Plachimada, Kerala

ABSTRACT In March 2000, Coca Cola, under its Indian subsidiary Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Private Limited (HCCBPL), commenced operations at its bottling plant at Plachimada, in the southern state of Kerala. Over the next few years, the area surrounding the plant began to feel the plant’s hazardous effects, as groundwater was contaminated and toxic waste … Read more

Madeleine Albright: A Lasting Message To The Graduating Class Of Mount Holyoke College 

Throughout the United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright’s speech to the graduating female class of Mount Holyoke College, she elaborates upon how she used her knowledge and education to benefit more than herself. She covers a wide variety of topics such as nuclear weapons, women’s role in society, and the ramifications of perseverance through … Read more

Running Head: Lupita Nyong’o Speech Analysis

Lupita Nyong’o spoke at the Massachusetts Conference for Women in 2014 with goals of empowering women and telling the story of how she became an actress. She used a steady tone throughout her speech, as well as strong eye contact. Nyong’o also articulated her words in a way that would resonate with the audience. Nyong’o … Read more

A Study Of The Emotional Eulogy Of Margaret Thatcher To Ronald Reagan, Former President Of The United States

Margaret Thatcher, the Prime Minister of Great Britain, expresses great sorrow in her eulogy to former president, Ronald Reagan. Thatcher predominately uses pathos rhetoric to accomplish Reagan successful presidency especially in a time of great trials in America during the Cold War. In times of difficulty Reagan’s “easy jokes gave reassurance to an anxious world.” … Read more

Norway vs US

The United States is very different from Norway when it comes to the structure of its health care system. Norway’s health care structure went through a radical change in 2002 when a hospital reform occurred that had the government take over the responsibility of running the entire hospital system throughout the country. As a result, … Read more

Theory of constructivism

Constructivism is one of the more modern international theory that takes issue with the realist and liberal theory of anarchy in the international system. It focuses on the ideas of norms, the development of structures relationship as well as how identity influences the way state and actors cooperate. Like realists and liberals, they too believe … Read more

Role of civil society in democracy today

“No fundamental social change occurs merely because of government acts. It’s because of civil society that the conscience of a country, begins to rise up and demand – demand – demand change.” Joe Biden. According to UN, Civil society is the “third sector” of society, along with government and business. It refers to the aggregate … Read more

The Roman monarchy

The Roman monarchy is the first era of Rome. The monarchy shows the that the Romans valued a voice of the people and respect for diversity. Roman monarchy spanned for a relatively short time, 753-509 b.c.e. The Roman monarchy started in the 753 b.c.e. Rome was founded by Romulus and Remus, and Romulus later became … Read more

Political Injustice

Political Injustice has been going on for such a long time with in the United States. What people neglect to realize is there are unfairness that is being put towards black individual as well as Latinos and people of minorities dissent. I say this because when you look at the news and on social media, … Read more

Easy comparing English and French political structures of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries

There are mainly two types of governments that emerged during the seventeenth century. Most of the political development took place in France and England. The absolute monarchy took over throughout France while constitutionalism, or parliamentary monarchy, was becoming popular in England between 1640 and 1780. France’s absolute monarchy developed because the nobles and kings focused … Read more

Presidential Impeachment

The purpose of this paper is to explore the topic of presidential impeachment. What is it? When is used?t Has it been used? Should it be used to remove President Trump from office? Article I, Section 2 of the Constitution states, “The House of Representatives shall chuse their Speaker and other Officers; and shall have … Read more

The history of the American Dream

The history of the American Dream can be traced back to 17th century when the Puritans came to America and tried to gain their religious freedom. In 1630, a speech known as the “city upon a hill” sermon was delivered by John Winthrop to the other Puritan settlers who traveled with him to Massachusetts. It … Read more

The UN during the Cold War

After the League of Nations’ failure, the second try at making a peace system was the UN’s second institution within only a few decades. Yet, throughout the conflict peace was about to fail once again, as most of the world was divided into two blocs. as a result of the UN’s rigid structure that was … Read more

“Political Bullying” As A New Type Of Bullying

Bullying has been around forever, it is anchored by what appears to be a common, but really a problematic issue. There are several unique types of bullying; the electronic communication / cyberbullying, physical bullying, verbal bullying, relational aggression / emotional bullying, sexual bullying and prejudicial bullying. With those said, I would like to coin a … Read more

Benefits of transparency in government

Many government bodies today have begun to recognize the benefits of being transparency and open operation. Since transparency involves sharing of information which means the officials’ decisions, and those important rules and regulations are in the public domain. Therefore, it reducing the chances of corruption, increasing accountability as well as developing trust, credibility and reputation. … Read more

The Assassination of Huey Long

One of the most skillful speakers and successful politicians of his time, Huey Long was a political leader. Long was elected governor of Louisiana and then a U.S. senator, if he hadn’t been assassinated, he might have had a chance to take Franklin D. Roosevelt’s spot in the white house. From an early age it … Read more

Was Conflict Between Europeans and Native Americans Inevitable?

When the Europeans began to migrate to the New World, problems began almost immediately. These problems consisted of land use, religion, and disease. Owning land was extremely important to the European settlers. In England, and most other countries, land meant wealth and power. Many of the settlers who came to North America could never have … Read more

Political Organization of Space

For Unit 4 of the AP Human Geography course I decided to use the article, “How Michigan is an extreme example of gerrymandering,” by Eric Lupher. The article discusses how gerrymandering is a problem all over the United States, but some places have it much worse than others such as Michigan. Gerrymandering is a practice … Read more

Motivational Speech Example

Attention: How many people work long hours in the day whether it’s doing homework and studying or working an actual job? A study done in Lancet Medical Journal studied about 600,000 individuals and found that those that worked long periods of hours had a 33% increased risk of stroke. Working long hours without taking a … Read more

William Jefferson Clinton, the great president of the USA

William Jefferson Clinton was born on August 19th, 1946 in Hope, Arkansas. He was originally born William Jefferson Blythe III, named after his father, to Virginia Cassidy Blythe and William Jefferson Blythe Jr. Clinton was born shortly after his father died in a car accident. His father worked as an William Jefferson Clinton was born … Read more

The Roman monarchy

The Roman monarchy is the first era of Rome. The monarchy shows the that the Romans valued a voice of the people and respect for diversity. Roman monarchy spanned for a relatively short time, 753-509 b.c.e. The Roman monarchy started in the 753 b.c.e. Rome was founded by Romulus and Remus, and Romulus later became … Read more

The Bay of Pigs Invasion

The Bay of Pigs Invasion the topic I choose occurred in 1959 when a named Fidel Castro came to power in a battle that overthrew Cuban leader Fulgencio Batista.After that the US government did not trust Fidel Castro and was watchful of his relationship with Nikita Khrushchev, the leader of the Soviet Union.Before Fidel Castro … Read more

Zamindari Abolition Act

From the year 1949 to 1951, the states in India – independently brought into effect the zamindari abolition act. Uttar Pradesh was the first state in India brought into effect the law related to abolition of zamindari system. Subsequently states like Madras (later called Tamil Nadu), Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, etc implemented the Zamindari abolition act … Read more