Chapter Summary Of The Book 'The Logic Of American Politics'

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Notably, the book (The Logic Of American Politics) is full of interesting facts; some are more similar than you think. In fact, chapter one discusses The Logic of American Politics, which lead to the development of The Constitution in chapter two. In relation to that, chapter three explains Federalism, which created the need for Civil Rights. In turn, Chapter five concludes the relationship between the chapters with Civil Liberties. While reading, I have acknowledged that chapters one through five are different in several ways, however, they can be tied together in relation to one another due to shared facts. Initially, The Logic of American Politics begins explaining the necessity of institutional design. Institutional design consists of several steps in collective action, such as, delegations, command authority, and vetoes. These actions are oftenly referred to as The Framer 's Tool Kit. In other words, delegations are set in place when groups, organizations, or people get together and nominate someone to make decisions for them and represent various areas. Subsequently, command authority gives its holder the ability to control certain aspects of our nation. For …show more content…
The Bill of Rights limits the range of power the federal government can possess. Likewise, civil liberties are rooted in Bill of Rights and they were designed to protect the people from the government. Civil liberties were important to the American people because it ensures that the public can not violate laws that people are entitled to. With that being said, if the government denies someone their civil liberties or violates them it is illegal. Civil rights and civil liberties are so closely related, because they both were intended to be for the good of the people. Both protect the people from harsh or unnecessary government control. Thusly, they limit the amount of power any branch of government is able to

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