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Papers On Presidential Studies (U.S.)
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Al Gore: The Obvious Choice
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A 5 page paper supporting Al Gore for the National Presidential Election. Contends that this election could quite possibly be the most important election in the history of the Nation. This is true in regard to a number of issues, the most obvious of which are the environment, gun control, the rights of a woman to seek an abortion, and health benefits for our nation's elderly. Gore,representing the Democratic Party, stands head and shoulders above his opponent, Republican George W. Bush. The contrasts between the philosophies of these two men, and indeed these two parties, is tremendous in regard to the way they propose to address some of the most difficult questions in history. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPgore.wps

All the President's Men
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5 pages. All the President's Men and Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward was a book designed to inform America of what could happen behind some of the most important closed doors in America. This is considered by many to be the book that turned the United States upside down as Bernstein and Woodward revealed secret after secret regarding the Watergate break-in. This tells about the biggest political scandal of all time. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: JAprsmen.rtf

All The President's Men By Bernstein And Woodward
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A 6 page paper that provides a discussion of this book, beginning with how the story came to be in the first place. Comments about the backgrounds of the authors are provided. The writer discusses the themes of the book and ends by commenting on the value of the text. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PGprzmn.rtf

Alonzo Hamby/Liberalism and Its Challengers
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A 7 page essay that offers a chapter by chapter summary of Alonzo Hamby's Liberalism and Its Challengers, from FDR to Bush. The writer then offers a critical evaluation of the text. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khlibcha.wps

American Political Thought: A Look at the Presidency of Ronald Reagan
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This 10 page paper examines Ronald Reagan's ideas about economics and the military. His stint as president is examined. Research is provided to support the assumptions. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: SA749RR.rtf

American Politics: The Detrimental Effect of the Primary Election Rules
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This 3 page paper examines the 2008 primary elections. The paper examines the Democrat and Republican races and provides theories as to what might have been different if the rules were not as limiting. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: SA830ele.rtf

AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARIES AND VIRGINIA’S WAY OF LIFE
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This 7-page paper examines Sydnor's American Revolutionaries in the Making: Political Practices in Washington’s Virginia, examines the theories behind democracy and aristoracy, and discusses if Virginia's political systems from the 18th and 19th centuries would work in today's political system.
Filename: MTamerev.rtf

An Analysis of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Speech to the Nation, March 31, 1968
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A 4 page paper which examines the speech particularly in terms of the issues regarding the Vietnam War, his attempts at reassuring the American public that victory and peace is attainable, and his decision not to seek reelection. No additional sources are used.
Filename: TGlbjspeech.rtf

AN OVERVIEW ON BARACK OBAMA
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This 13-page paper provides an overview of U.S. President Barack Obama, and tries to answer the question of whether he's an idealist or a shrewd political operator. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: MTbaraobam.rtf

Analysis of Three Biographies on Abraham Lincoln:
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This 10 page paper analyzes three different biographies on Abraham Lincoln. The biographies all present very different views of the man who was the 16th president of the United States, and in this way presents a very thorough and well-rounded analysis of a very complex man. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: GSAbLinc.rtf

Analyzing "Atoms for Peace" Speech
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This 5 page paper uses Neo-Aristotelian methods to critique a speech by President Dwight Eisenhower about the dangers of nuclear weapons. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: HVAtomSp.rtf

Antitrust Regulation/Last 30 Years
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A 5 page research paper that antitrust regulation over the last three decades. The writer argues that this examination demonstrates that there is a political side to antitrust enforcement. This is quite evident by comparing and contrasting the manner in which antitrust regulation was handled through the administrations of four US presidents -- Nixon, Carter, Reagan and Clinton. This comparison demonstrates that the pendulum of support for antitrust enforcement varies considerably across recent decades. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khantit.rtf

Applying Aristotle's Rhetoric Theory To President Bush's Memorial Address
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5 pages in length. As the shaper of truth and reality, the discourse community is constantly at odds with the manner by which rhetoric is approached in contemporary times. Outsiders pay little mind to the value of words, asserting that their presence is merely symbolic in nature and superficial in reality. Like so many who have adopted this way of thinking, these nonmembers of the discourse community possess very little interest for truth, being concerned only with rhetoric persuasion. With a rhetorical epistemology solidly entrenched in their psyche, these naysayers hold firm to their convictions that words are not the connection between concept and knowledge, but rather that obtaining such a possession is not only unwarranted by humans but also impossible. Examining President Bush's recent memorial address at the National Cathedral, one can readily argue that Aristotle's three-point definition of rhetoric was a primary component toward persuasion through words, as well as a solid example of substantiating his own character, credibility, and persona; an emotional state in his audience; and a sense of reasonableness. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: TLCethos.wps

Applying Aristotle's Theory Of Rhetoric To Bush's Speech To Congress On September 20, 2001
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6 pages in length. President Bush's speech to Congress on September 20, 2001 attempted to quell a terribly distraught country and calm the nerves of those who were at odds with one another. Clearly, the war on terrorism has not represented a significantly popular time in United States history, inasmuch as 911 proved to divide an already agitated homeland. Bush's speech attempted to placate the nation's growing uncertainty as to soundness of entering into war by reassuring the American people how important this decision was to the country's continued global status. While this was, indeed, true, Bush also incorporated a significant amount of manipulative rhetoric as a means by which to fortify his own agenda and ultimately sway public opinion about the threat of terrorism. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCBushRhet.rtf

Are The Skills That Are Necessary To Become An American President Substantially Different From Those That Are Necessary To Function As President?
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7 pages in length. If the skills necessary to become an American president were one and the same with the skills necessary to function as president, the United States would boast some of the most ethical, righteous and humane leaders of the free world. However, being that the requisite skills for each are completely divergent in nature, it is understandable how disillusioned the constituency becomes after a candidate secures office by selling himself with political promises and administrative skill that does not materialize once the president has been elected. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCSkilP.rtf

Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
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A 10 page paper which examines the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: RAlincol.rtf


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