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For political activists, candidates and the media, the question of roles, and which one is the best to use in any circumstance, is raised every day. On any given issue, what roles do experts, non-experts and others play in a political event? The answers began with the philosophies of men like John Dewey and Currin ...

For political activists, candidates and the media, the question of roles, and which one is the best to use in any circumstance, is raised every day. On any given issue, what roles do experts, non-experts and others play in a political event? The answers began with the philosophies of men like John Dewey and Currin ...

Al Gore's Position

  • 10 page paper

This 10 page paper presents a position paper for Al Gore in respect to a speech he is scheduled to make in 2000 as Vice President. Attention is paid to Gore's candidacy as well as current position as second in command. Issues addressed are economic and project how the economy will be doing through 2005. ...

This 4 page paper includes a letter to Mayor Bloomberg. The policy brief highlights the positive aspects of school vouchers. Both sides of the issue are addressed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Al Gore's Position

  • 10 page paper

This 10 page paper presents a position paper for Al Gore in respect to a speech he is scheduled to make in 2000 as Vice President. Attention is paid to Gore's candidacy as well as current position as second in command. Issues addressed are economic and project how the economy will be doing through 2005. ...

This 6 page paper examines the viewpoints of John Kerry and George Bush in terms of their stance on women's issues. Furthermore, by assessing their positions on these issues, this paper illustrates how the view of women has evolved politically. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

This 6 page paper examines the viewpoints of John Kerry and George Bush in terms of their stance on women's issues. Furthermore, by assessing their positions on these issues, this paper illustrates how the view of women has evolved politically. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

A 5 page research paper that argues that the US economy under the administration of President George W. Bush has done well. However, the writer also looks at perceived problems and how this issue is shaping up for the 2004 fall campaign. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

A 7 page research paper that discusses what it means to be American and then analyzes the record of the Bush administration. The writer looks at evidence that the Bush administration says one thing, but practices another policy entirely. Also, the writer argues that it has not been successful in the war on terrorism ...

Student Voting

  • 4 page paper

A 4 page essay that explains young voter apathy and how this appears to be improving for the 2004 presidential election. The writer then argues that student apathy toward voting is part of a systemic problem of US voter apathy in general. The writer traces this problem to the use of the Electoral College ...

McNamee (2004) has it right when he says the economy has always grown under Democratic presidents and suffered under Republican presidents. This, of course, is the age old debate between business and workers supported by Republicans that Kerry has turned into what The Economist (2004) refers to as the new American class war. While McNamee ...

This 5-page paper focuses on Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry, his economic plan, and how it would impact financial markets (and the economy) if implemented. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

A 4 page research paper that outlines the process for electing the US president. The writer discusses the requirements laid out by the Constitution and then focuses on how the electoral college makes it possible for the candidate who did not win the popular vote to win the election. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

A 5 page review of George W. Bush's stance on the issues driving the upcoming election. The author compares this stance to that of Bush's prime competitor, John Kerry. The contention is presented that elections should be decided on issues, not hype. Every candidate has both his strong and his weak points. ...

A Vote for John Kerry

  • 3 page paper

A 3 page paper which argues why someone should vote for John Kerry. No sources cited.

Bush is Consistent

  • 6 page paper

A 6 page essay that defends Bush on the question of his consistency. In the October 18, 2004 edition of Newsweek magazine, columnist Jonathan Alter quotes Hillary Clinton as saying that "Kerry may sometimes change his positions to fit the facts. But Bush changes the facts to fit his positions" (41). While this bit of ...

A 6 page paper that comments on specific aspects of the election: perceived strategies of the campaign, one focus of the media, polls and focus groups, image spin, the influence of the vice-presidential candidate and the effect of being the incumbent. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

A 4 page research paper that analyzes an article by Robert J. Samuelson, which appeared October 28, 2004 in Newsweek, relative to Samuelson's use of statistics to prove his point about an issue in the 2004 election. The writer describes how Samuelson uses statistics for this purpose. No additional sources cited.

An 11 page overview of the manner in which John Kerry secured the Democrat Party's nomination as presidential contender in 2004. This paper contends that Kerry's nomination is, in part, attributable to fate and in part to Kerry's economic investment in his campaign. Bibliography lists 15 sources.

This 4 page paper gives the overall stance of the candidates, then selects homosexuality as an issue of debate and concern. Argument is made for support of Bush on this topic. Bibliography lists 1 source.

A 3 page paper assessing Anthony Down’s view of economic theory of democracy and political parties’ reaction to it, followed by linking Downs’ theory with Thomas Hobbes’ position on self-interest in Leviathan. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

A 5 page paper critically assessing the two former candidates’ positions on the economy, education, national/homeland security, health care and the environment, for the purpose of declaring which is “best” for the office of President. Overall, it is George Bush that is the better prepared of the two. Kerry’s positions sound noble but ...

Election 2004

  • 9 page paper

This 9 page paper begins with a brief introduction to how the U.S. president is elected. The author then discusses surveys, reporting how American voters identify themselves in terms of ideology, and political party. Data regarding religion, education, income, race as they relate to political parties are presented. The results of the 2004 presidential election ...

7 pages in length. The presidential election of 2004 rendered a stronger voter turnout than many of its predecessor; that this particular election served to create a political fervor of tremendous proportion is clear example of just how volatile the issues of war and the economy weighed upon voters of all ages, ethnicities and ...

A 4 page observation of the many changes that have occurred in political advertising. The author contends that these changes are as dramatic as they are deleterious. Although advertising was a component of political campaigns in the 1980s, today the skill with which a candidate manipulates voter perception through political advertising is the most ...

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