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    Hop Frog/ Divergent Compare and Contrast You usually read books or watch movies in which people seek revenge, but show sympathy at the very last moment. What separates “Hop Frog” and Divergent from most stories is that the plot comes through with revenge and even goes beyond it. “Hop Frog” is a story about a character named Hop Frog who gets unwilling taken from his home and is sent as a gift to the king. In the movie Divergent, Beatrice is different from others and the government is out to…

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    Education in Democracy. Abraham Lincoln said “Democracy is of the people for the people by the people”. It is perhaps the only form of government which gives power to a common man. There are several countries which have strived and achieved democracy because it is an impartial, transparent and effective form of government. Bhutan itself under the wise leadership of his majesty the 4thDrukGyalpo embraced democracy in 2008. The first goal in education for democracy is the full, rounded, and…

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    Nation-building process in the Philippines were slow. In the beginning of the occupation, the US had to fight against Aguinaldo’s guerilla forces that wanted independence. The US managed to contain guerilla forces, however lost 4200 lives of soldiers. In the beginning of the occupation, the US established a military government under General Arthur McArthur in the Philippines. Later the power of the government was transferred to the Civil Control under the Civil Governor Taft. Under the Civil…

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    Civics Lesson Plan Elementary Social Studies Methods Summary: • Students will learn about their community’s government and leaders. Throughout the lesson, students will engage in discussions and be visited by an elected local government official. Students will also conduct their own research to learn more about their local government. Learning Context: • This lesson is designed for third grade and fits in with our community, as our government officials are part of our local community. •…

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    As I watched my daughter sleep in her crib not having a care in the world, my heart filled with despair. Not being able to provide for my daughter Ava hurt me so bad I cried myself to sleep that night. I stood in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children for almost three hours the day before the government shutdown. I watched my mother rely on the government to take care of us and I followed in her footsteps. I wish I would have been paying attention to the…

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    Gage Lozano Perception Recently gaining independence from Great Britain was a notable achievement for the new country of America, but a great divide in the thoughts and actions that would determine the fate of the government became increasingly uneasy. Two opposing ways of thinking evolved and battled for how we would establish our country: the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists. While both seemingly concerned for the well being of the country, the predominant factor that separates…

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    the autocrat and the people. A perfect example of this would be the country of Malaysia. Malaysia’s government is structured as a spurious democracy; in reality Malaysia is primarily a autocratic state. Nevertheless Malaysia maintains a successful autocracy because they maintain a high level of income equality, and lack of corruption. Authoritarian systems are likely to fail in nations in which income inequality is high and/or corruption persists. I believe both theses statements can do a…

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    In the world of today there are a vast amount of different types of government, as well as a large range of theories on which type is the best. Some of the greatest differences between these types of governments are derived from how power is distributed and the number of people involved. Many of the oldest types were those of dictatorships and monarchies, where today we can see a greater distribution of powers between multiple people rather than just an individual figure. All this leads to the…

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    In this day in age technology is seen as a good thing we see it as progression in our evolution, should we change this view? American children in this generation are more fluent on how to work an Iphone or tablet before they are fluent in their primary language. We see that as a good thing rather than bad. Technology has been a number one priority to most of the human race for a long time. We might not think about it but to the French in the late 1700’s the Guillotine was the latest technology.…

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    How does Russia’s democracy compare to the U.S. democracy? The U.S. government is a true democracy out of fear of a monarchy. On the other hand, Russia’s government changed repeatedly for the past thousand years but maintained its nationalistic view. The Russian government began with the ruling of imperialistic Tsars. After World War I led to the communist era, which then made a major shift to a liberal economy. Today, Vladimir Putin, president of the world’s largest country, holds power. People…

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