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Emergence of Lenin

Emergence of Lenin

Emergence of Lenin. By Mr. Baker. Lenin’s Background. His brother became involved in a terrorist conspiracy to assassinate the Tsar, was arrested, and hanged. This got Lenin involved in why his brother decided to make those actions

By jana
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The Fight to Succeed Lenin – Cookie Power!

The Fight to Succeed Lenin – Cookie Power!

The Fight to Succeed Lenin – Cookie Power!. In this activity, the cookies represent power. The class must move the cookies to the candidates they believe to be in the most powerful position at each stage. Stage 1: Speeches.

By nili
(190 views)

What are the Stakes?

What are the Stakes?

What are the Stakes?. Office winning motivations Anthony Downs: ‘Parties formulate policies to elections, rather than win elections in order to formulate policies’ William Riker: Theory of coalitions – with office as a fixed prize No attempts (for a long time) to connect the two theories.

By elkan
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Violence during The Cultural Revolution

Violence during The Cultural Revolution

Violence during The Cultural Revolution. The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution Many still find it incomprehensible Some believe it was all due to some people ’ s unending thirst for “ power ” Demonstrated pervasive immorality in Chinese society. Ten years of Great Disaster.

By melosa
(143 views)

1984 Book 2, Ch. 9 Notes

1984 Book 2, Ch. 9 Notes

1984 Book 2, Ch. 9 Notes. Goldstein’s Book.

By jefferson
(296 views)

Myth and Ritual surrounding the Lenin Mausoleum

Myth and Ritual surrounding the Lenin Mausoleum

Myth and Ritual surrounding the Lenin Mausoleum. Why preserve Lenin’s body?. Soviet scientific experiment Orthodox belief that saints’ bodies are incorruptible after death. Popular requests (10,000 telegrams) to “preserve his body for future generations.”

By fareeda
(192 views)

Governance and Growth

Governance and Growth

Governance and Growth. Philip Keefer Development Research Group The World Bank Disclaimer : The views expressed here are those of the author and not those of the World Bank, its management or executive board. My version of governance.

By issac
(100 views)

Political Parties

Political Parties

Political Parties. What is a Political Party?. An organization of people Share the same ideas of government Members committed to party goals Get candidates elected to office Get laws passed to aid party goals. Party Systems. Most countries have political parties Party systems One party

By raiden
(82 views)

Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. Section 5. Party Decentralization. President’s party is usually united around the President. The many offices contribute to decentralization. Nominating candidates fragments the parties. National Party Machinery.

By thurston
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The Role of the League of Women Voters in Oregon

The Role of the League of Women Voters in Oregon

The Role of the League of Women Voters in Oregon. “More Power Than We Knew” 1920-2012. Recent League Milestones. 2010 90 th anniversary of the League of Women Voters 2012 100th anniversary of woman suffrage in Oregon. Changing with the times…. The long road to suffrage in Oregon.

By harlan
(173 views)

The Executive Branch

The Executive Branch

The Executive Branch. The Office of the President. Head of the executive branch –responsible for carrying out the law Sets goals for the nation Develops policies. Creating the office Term Elected to a 4-year term May be reelected once Limited power Cannot make laws

By milek
(98 views)

What is a Political Party

What is a Political Party

What is a Political Party. A group of people with broad common interests who organize to win elections , control government & influence policies. Theocracy. A government dominated by religion Muslim clergy – Controls the Islamic Republican Party. Communist Come to power by Force Cuba

By adem
(136 views)

Government Wrap Up

Government Wrap Up

Government Wrap Up. Party Discipline . Politicians in a party are “encouraged” to all vote the same way Party Whip (one per party) – An MP chosen to ensure members are present in Parliament and vote the party way (does not actually carry a whip) . Party Discipline .

By imaran
(141 views)

Postwar America

Postwar America

Postwar America. Truman and Eisenhower. Introduction. After WWII the country enjoyed economic prosperity. Television became a favorite form of entertainment. America’s prosperity did not extend to Hispanics, African Americans, Native Americans, or people in Appalachia.

By bishop
(185 views)

Levels of Government

Levels of Government

Levels of Government. Unitary System: National Government is supreme Regional governments derive all power from national. Confederate System: Local government is supreme National govt. derives all power from local. Federal System (Federalism):

By angeni
(96 views)

MEXICO

MEXICO

MEXICO. Part 2: Governance & Policy-Making. The Basics. Developing/Transitional Democracy (since 2000) Newly Industrialized Country GDP/Per Capita – PPP (2012) $15,800 Moderately globalized economy Federal Territory divided into 31 states and one federal district (Mexico City)

By ann
(112 views)

Choosing the Candidates

Choosing the Candidates

Choosing the Candidates. Nomination Process. Self-Announcement Primary (Inter-party Competition) Caucus: Party members rally for support in an open forum Primaries Closed - only party faithful can vote Open - You select which camp to vote in Blanket - all parties run on one ballot.

By woody
(119 views)

Selecting Presidential Candidates

Selecting Presidential Candidates

Selecting Presidential Candidates. Caucuses. Private meeting of party leaders in which individuals are nominated by party members to be selected as the Presidential Candidate To make it more democratic caucuses now start at the local level and work up to the state level.

By acacia
(122 views)

INSTITUTIONS OF GOVERNMENT CONGRESS CHAPTER 12

INSTITUTIONS OF GOVERNMENT CONGRESS CHAPTER 12

INSTITUTIONS OF GOVERNMENT CONGRESS CHAPTER 12. Vocabulary Congress Chapter 12. Baker v. Carr - Joint Committee Cloture - Logrolling Congressional oversight - Majority leader Constituent - Pork barrel Earmarks - Reapportionment Filibuster - Regulatory policy

By clancy
(153 views)

Issues and Apathy

Issues and Apathy

Issues and Apathy. Six issues that matter. City Hall. Barrier: small type in newspaper, lots of red tape, money needed. What do you see?. You see what the person with the most money wants you to see. Superbowl commercial costs:$ 2 million. Media. Missing children a year: nearly 800,000

By deanna
(142 views)

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