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    1) The powers and obligations of the legislative branch, as dictated by Article 1 of the Constitution, as a whole are as follows: sole authority to enact or change legislation, to make all laws necessary and proper, declare war, sign or pass bills, to tax, borrow money, regulate commerce with foreign nations, regulate commerce among the states, to establish rules for the naturalization of foreigners seeking citizen ship, to establish a post office, to raise and army and navy, the right to confirm or reject presidential appointments, substantial investigative powers, create an annual budget for the federal government and facilitate such a budget, and to carry out enumerated powers. The necessary and proper clause allows the legislative branch…

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    Explaining the 21st century crisis behind US naïve liberal beliefs, in which those unable to face reality become the products of a gullible belief system, based on feelings, emotions and empathy. The 21st century - a Land of Make-Believe As America prepares to bid Obama the God a not overly fond adieu, let’s step back and view the consequences of, "fundamentally transforming the United States of America." Not forgetting those that voted for it, "[…] but above all, I will never forget who this…

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    My ideology is American liberalism which is open to change, especially of subjects that benefits the whole in contrast to the selected few. It often looks to scientific data and sources for direction instead of traditional or religious understandings. I have many different beliefs and values and they 're all important to me so I categorize them in their own section. Sections include but limited to social, economical, environmental, national, or international. Social: I don 't believe we need an…

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    Marxism And The Cold War

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    conflict there were two main contenders; the United States and the Soviet Union. Even though there was no direct campaign between the two contenders, “billions of dollars and millions of lives were lost…” ("The Cold War Erupts", (n.d.)). The Cold War focused largely around the balance of power, globalization, social perception, and nationalism. For much of the war the United States was viewed as the leader, ahead of the Soviet Union in technology, economy, social satisfaction, and…

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    theoretical tradition of liberalism in America’s view of international politics. President Obama’s ideology of international affairs can be explained using Joseph Nye’s three strands of liberal thinking, which are economic, social, and political liberalism. However, although his speech is dominated by liberalist views, his policies are the creation of intellectual pluralism and therefore his liberalist views are mixed with the theoretical tradition of constructivism. This analysis of President…

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    foreshadowing in his essay, “The Eclipse of Liberalism,” of the many of conflicts that will occur in the first half of the twentieth century when he warns about the danger of nationalism once liberalism fades away. Godwin originally wrote the essay in 1900. Within the essay, he argues that liberalism rose as a consequence of the corruption and abuse suffered under monarchies. Towards the end, Godwin mentions how nationalism is now dominating over liberalism, and he expresses his fears of this…

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    examined through the different theoretical lenses of liberalism and Ubuntu. Liberalism is often called “idealism” and describes how the world ought to be while pushing it in that direction(Zook 2017) Ubuntu theory is that “a person is who s/he is only because of the existence of others and because of his/her coexistence with them”(van der Walt, 108). Both theories have rather different origins, but liberalism and Ubuntu can be brought together to look at the same speech. In Obama’s speech,…

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    Liberalism, a collection of ideologies all committed to the principle of the dignity and freedom of the individual as the foundation for society. Many would be correct to argue that liberalism is the only contemporary ideology that is both viable and promotes the betterment of the people through political and economic systems by its emphasis on the will of the people. Liberalism provides society with security, freedoms and economic safety, such as Canada’s Anti-terrorism Act of 2015, the United…

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    essay will use researched based political definitions of the varieties of liberals; these include terms such as Classical Liberalism, Progressive Liberalism, Neo liberalism and how it is applied to Malcolm Turnbull and the Australian Liberal Party. The these definitions throughout the essay will apply these terms to Malcolm Turnbull and try and draw parallels such as his voting records. The essay will also mention briefly his involvement with the republican movement and touch on his personal…

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    Liberalism In America

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    There were many people who were still financially struggling in 1980, but it was to no similar degree of the Great Depression. As always, it is human to not be perfect and there will always be those less fortunate than others. Critics believed that the presence of liberalism in the United States was no longer needed. One main reason that Liberalism is no longer needed is because it was constructed and had amended policies to help America during the Great Depression. Due to the business cycle,…

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