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    with an alluring perspective on democracy in Japan. The documentary centers on one man’s rise to local governance, backed by the Liberal Democratic party. Kazuhiko Yamauchi successful campaign illustrates distinctive attributes, that ultimately wins Yamauchi the election. Yamauchi following the conventions of a Japanese campaign is paramount. Adhering to traditional campaign conventions, gave Kazuhiko Yamauchi the most favorable outcome in the election. Yamauchi on the surface was not an ideal candidate. Yamauchi had zero political experience. The only formal requirement that Yamauchi fulfilled, was his formal education at Tokyo University. It was surprising that a dominant party in Japan would choose this candidate to fill a crucial political seat. Yamauchi was…

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    There was a break-in at the Democratic National Convention in 1972 and Nixon’s administration attempted to cover it up. The negative impacts of this incident still resonate today, reminding us to perhaps not trust our elected officials and giving American government a poor reputation so that its citizens could never look at it the same way again. The final (and most major) insult was the Vietnam War. This war was incredibly unpopular at home, and we had lost by pulling our troops out in 1975.…

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    The Jacksonians 1.Explain the scheme that unfolded in the “corrupt bargain.” -The Election of the 1824 was very controversial. There were four Democratic Republican candidates running for the Presidency. Andrew Jackson had the most votes, but did not have the majority. Due to this the House had to decided the winner of the election. The election was influence by manipulation. John Q. Adams became President and Clay was the Secretary of State. Jackson was very outraged and called the…

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    Japanese bombing killed over 2,400 people, sank four battleships, damaged ten warships and completely obliterated 200 planes. Soon after the United States declared war on Japan on December 8, 1941 (Resch). Some people theorized that FDR had prior knowledge to these attacks and let it fold out because it could be used as an excuse to join the war. As a result, Franklin D. Roosevelt sent more than 100,000 Japanese-Americans to internment camps spread throughout the country (Stock). Conditions were…

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    He won an exceptional amount of awards, more than anyone in history over 260, throughout forty years, here are a few of his amazing his International awards. Nobel Peace Prize 1993, he received beside former president FW de Klerk "for their work for the peaceful termination of the apartheid regime, and for laying the foundations for a new democratic South-Africa". The Amnesty International Ambassador of Conscience award 2006, it's awarded annually to people who show exceptional leadership within…

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    Roosevelt won two elections for the New York Governor seat and the led him to be a strong choice for the Democratic Presidential nomination. And his strategy for the fall campaign was very simple: let Hoover do all the work and don’t do anything crazy. Hoover was wildly unpopular with the America due to his lack of attention to the budget causing the Great Depression so Roosevelt figured he would let his unpopularity shift America to the Democratic Party. He gave speeches all across the country…

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    evening he took the oath of office as President of the United States. He followed that statement with a request that the reporters pray for him (Ferrell). This kind of statement, together with his shibboleth of “the buck stops here” made people thing of Truman as a plain-talking, ordinary man. As Robert Dallek described in his book, Harry S. Truman: The American President, “how he rose above the common place to become extraordinary makes Truman’s life and career a compelling puzzle (10).…

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    World War I, the first war in the world that involved multiple countries in many parts of the world to be involved in warfare broke out in Europe year of 1914 when the royal prince of Austria was assassinated. Mobilization upraises the conflict between the Allies and Central Powers, also known as the Ottoman Empire. The Allies consisted of United States of America, Great Britain, Japan, and France. The Ottoman Empire countries were Austria, Hungary, and Germany. During World War I, United States…

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    School Shooting In America

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    “It shocks us. It always shocks us. Particularly when it happens in the state where we live, the county where we live, the city where we live. . . . We tell one another how horrible it is. Because that’s true, but we’re not surprised. One of the worst things about news like this is that horrible is the new normal [emphasis added].” (McLeigh) School shootings have become the new norm in America. This should not be the case when these tragedies are completely avoidable. According to a recent study…

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    Is Andrew Jackson a Hero, or a Villain? “One man with courage makes a majority." This quote by Andrew Jackson perfectly portrays the life, the character, and the overall Presidency of Andrew Jackson. Andrew Jackson became the seventh President of United States of America on March 4, 1829 and served two terms until March 3, 1837. During this time frame, Mr. Jackson completely revolutionized the Presidency of the United States by winning the popular vote, and by being the direct representative…

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