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    Women Voters. This organization allowed third party candidates to participate in the debates if they felt that they were qualified or that their views would add substance to the debates. Since Democrats and Republicans are the majority parties, they are given automatic entrance into the Presidential Debates. The phrase “third party candidates” references those who are not part of either the Democratic or Republican party. Third parties include the libertarian party and the green party amongst others. These different political parties are rarely heard from as the two party control is quite systemized and due to this, American citizens…

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    economic opportunities between caucasians and Latino-americans, more specifically in their employment. The beginning of reform for Latin Americans began in the shape of the Bracero program and the Raza unida party which were put into action in the 1940s and the early 1970’s. These significant events provide characteristics that have been continuously shown in the disenfranchised struggle for equality of Latin Americans and the extent to which it is applicable in the context of the current…

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    Immigration is in the United States very roots. From the very beginning, colonial times, people moved over the Atlantic to come to the States. Since then, hundreds of millions of immigrants have showed up on our shores seeking a greater life. Many immigrants came to America seeking greater economic opportunity, like many immigrants today. The Immigration and Nationality Act did away with quotas based on nationality, passed in 1965 by Congress, the act changed the bias toward European immigration…

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    The presidential election of 2008 is a pivotal point in United States history as it was the first year that an African American, Barack Obama, becomes the 44th president of the United States and his efforts to pull America out of the Great Recession is notable. Through his presidential terms, Obama has been able to accomplish many feats from pushed for affordable medical care and for LGBT rights such as the right to marry the person one loves. In his 2016 State of Union Address, he proposed some…

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    Immigration Reform should be granted America is widely known not only for its rich state of the economy, but also for its profoundly rich culture aspect. It is usually referred to being a nation of immigrants from all over the globe. Throughout history, immigrants have settled the country contributing to their foreign environment. “Between 1882 and 1914 approximately twenty million immigrants came to the United States. Mass immigration from eastern and southern Europe dramatically altered the…

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    The 1980s were particularly glorious years for the United States. Jimmy Carter had just lost the 1980 election to Ronald Reagan, and “the Gipper” was set to govern the great fifty states. The once hollywood actor , turned sports commentator was determined to stimulate the american economy, and that he did. Throughout his eight years in office, Reagan took strides to simplify legislation and push the American economy to heights it had never seen before, which by 1989 he had accomplished. While…

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    During the late 19th and early 20th century, a wave of progressivism swept over the ever-growing nation of America. In the absence of a morally just federal government, many state legislators began to act as political reformers. One imperative figure of this statehouse progressive movement was Wisconsin Governor, Senator and House Representative Robert M. La Follette. Nicknamed “ Fighting Bob” because of his frequent head-butting with opposing party leaders, La Follette was also named one of…

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    The Growth of the Federal Government in Modern United States Beginning in the late nineteenth to twentieth century, the role of the American federal government with regards to involvement in the lives of its citizens has greatly been magnified. There are quite a number of factors responsible for this occurrence. A lot of social and political reforms took place during this period. Some of them are the establishment of progressivism and the rise of the progressive party, The Populist Party, the…

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    fluctuating, by reflecting the social, political, economic, and moral virtues of Americans from all occupations; American society has had no shortage of stark clashing viewpoints and drastic reforms throughout history. Reform movements such as the second great awakening and the abolitionist movement substantially defined American society during the mid-19th century, from the spread of Protestantism to growing anti-slavery sentiment in the north, these movements affected American society for…

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    A time came where change occured, which we know by the progressive era. This era was known for the age of reform. There were three progressive presidents during this era: Teddy Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and Woodrow Wilson. These presidents sought to develop the country’s economic, political, and social ways of life. During the progressive era, the three presidents tried their best to transform, what they thought was needed. The presidents were known for reforming what would help the…

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