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  • The Iran-Iraq War was a costly mistake in both human life and economic damage and it directly contributed to Saddam's decision to invade Kuwait.

    Saddam's Wars: The Iran-Iraq War

    Saddam's Wars: The Iran-Iraq War

    by Lloyd Busch0

  • A brilliant sociological examination of Lin Village in Fujian Province in China, this book reads more like a richly characterized novel than a dry sociological work.

    The Spiral Road: Change in a Chinese Village

    The Spiral Road: Change in a Chinese Village

    by Ryan Thomas0

  • The presidential veto is one of the most famous of the president's powers. But where did we get the idea of a presidential veto? In this essay, I give a brief overview of power of the veto that was later given to the office of the president at the Constitutional Convention of 1787.

    The Presidential  Power of Veto: Where Did it Come From?

    The Presidential Power of Veto: Where Did it Come From?

    by William R Bowen Jr3

  • Fact-checking the fact-checkers is an important activity in today's news cycle. Is snopes.com a truly reliable source? How can we know?

    Snopes and Facts

    Snopes and Facts

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • We have had a strong connection to England since our country began. The liberties we have today had a beginning several hundred years ago in a document called the Magna Carta. It is considered the founding document which identified English...

    Connecting the Magna Carta to the U.S. Constitution

    Connecting the Magna Carta to the U.S. Constitution

    by Dennis AuBuchon7

  • Image couresty of Real Future Real Future The idea of the modern state that exists today never attained fruition until the perhaps the 18th century. The modern state and its accompanying instruments, institutions and mechanisms that we know of and...

    Did War Really Make the Modern State?

    Did War Really Make the Modern State?

    by lazybum7

  • Political causes of the American Civil War that come easily to mind are that the South wanted to protect their rights to own slaves and to make a state more sovereign than the Federation. One economic cause is that the South was being dominated economically by the North.

    Political and Economic Causes of the American Civil War

    Political and Economic Causes of the American Civil War

    by conradofontanilla8

  • What would life be like with no state, no government, no authority? Where do rights come from? These are questions many philosophers have wrestled with. Here the accounts of Thomas Hobbes and John Locke are explored and contrasted.

    The State of Nature: Thomas Hobbes vs. John Locke

    The State of Nature: Thomas Hobbes vs. John Locke

    by Comrade Joe13

  • A review of the development and contribution of equity towards law and the country. It includes discussion of equitable remedies, maxims, doctrines, and principles which are still used until today.

    Equity and Today

    Equity and Today

    by frozenink3

  • Despite much furor about European language policy, there is inadequate information concerning its translation and actual functioning. Crossing Barriers and Bridging Cultures helps to correct such a defect.

    Multilingual Translation for the European Union

    Multilingual Translation for the European Union

    by Ryan Thomas0

  • Although overly heavy on its extensive sociological background, Translating Institutions; An Ethnographic Study of EU Translation provides a look at European Union translation and translators where few other books exist.

    Translating Institutions and the EU

    Translating Institutions and the EU

    by Ryan Thomas1

  • John Benson, Flickr At some point in your life, you will feel the urge to become a leader. Maybe it’s becoming the coach of your child's soccer team, or opening up your own business. Or maybe it’s much bigger, such as leading one’s own city,...

    How to Become Mayor of a City

    How to Become Mayor of a City

    by Isocrates10

  • Andrew Jackson's term as president (1829-1837) began a new era in American politics. For the first time in the United States history a man born in humble circumstances was now President. Politicians in the previous generations gained precedence due...

    Andrew Jackson and the Era of the Common Man

    Andrew Jackson and the Era of the Common Man

    by Kendall H.22

  • After reading this article, you will have an understanding of what Cambridge Analytica is. It describes the roles of the key players and how they collected and analysed big data to influence not only groups of potential Trump voters, but also targeted individuals based on their Facebook profiles.

    Cambridge Analytica:  What is it?  How did it start, and Where is it going?

    Cambridge Analytica: What is it? How did it start, and Where is it going?

    by Mike Russo51

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