26 Jan 2011

Essays on All the King's Men

All the King’s Men is a story regarding political Stark in the South during the 1930’s.  Willie Stark, rises from being a poor man to being the governor of his home state.  After becoming governor, he then becomes his state’s most powerful political figure.  His enemies do not become compliant to him out of respect but because he bullies them into submission.  He begins to help the poor by implementing a series of taxes that strain the rich but help the lower class.  The story is not only about Willie Stark but also about Jack Burden who becomes Stark’s right hand man.  Burden was raised into an aristocratic dynasty but turns his back on it in order to help Stark.  Stark forces Burden to go against his beliefs in consequence, responsibility and motivation.  Stark asks Burden to look for secrets regarding a Judge in the state by the name of Judge Irwin who was a father figure from Burden’s childhood.

All the King’s Men is primarily about the political and moral corruption of a Deep South state, set in the environment of the great depression era.  Willie Stark, the state’s governor, rises from poverty to become the state’s governor.  His corruption shows when, though using his power to help the poor, he begins abusing his authority and ends up hurting people.  The fundamental flaw of Stark’s moral philosophy is his belief that everyone and everything is bad, except himself.  In his mind, Willie sees nothing amiss about having numerous affairs with other woman while being married to Lucy Stark who is constantly disappointed in Willie’s lack of moral fortitude.  His corruption is further revealed when he orders Jack Burden, Willie’s right hand man (and primary narrator of the story), to dig up damaging secrets on Judge Montague Irwin, the former State Attorney General, due to his support of one of Stark’s critics.  Although Burden is very intelligent, he also has a curious lack of ambition that Willie uses to his advantage.

Author Robert Penn Warren began work on All the King’s Men during his residency in Italy, forming it originally as a verse (or poetic) drama under the name Proud Flesh.  Coming to the realization that the material did not lend itself well to such form, Warren changed course and used the concept to develop the novel now seen as a political drama classic of American literature.  Essay opportunities abound, ranging from exploration of the political tendency towards corruption to the manner in which women in political circles even today are seen as objects of sexuality, often becoming victims of exploitation by rich and/or powerful figures.

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23 Jun 2010

Sample Essay: Cynthia Enloe's Analysis of Athletic Shoe Industry, US Companies and East Asian Laborers

Based on Enloe Cynthia’s writing, there is great wealth on the history of the athletic shoe industry. This research paper analyses Cynthia Enloe’s inspection of the athletic shoe industry as it relates to various United States companies and the labor patterns in East Asian countries.  To achieve this it focuses of three areas; the role of international politics in shaping the course of athletic shoe industries, the role of women in relation to daughter perspective in South Korea’s industrialization, and finally it highlights the contradictions between marketing of athletic shoe and labor practices in South Korea industries.

Manufacture of offshore sneakers was largely influenced by politics infused in the region during cold war. Enloe, (272) outlines that this caused several companies such as Nike, Reebok, Adidas, and Puma were forced to search for new locations. Industries which were associated with the United States thus managed to launch new factories around offshore. Militarization of sneakers occurred following agreements that were made between industrial owners who provided sites to the US for manufacture of military weapons, trainings and clothing, super power (US) and the industries (Enloe 272).

Based on Enloe’s, (272) argument athletic shoe production companies relied largely on cheap labor. This explains why they were contently hunting unskilled labor force. Due to this, most companies employing younger women who were desperate for a source of income. Enloe, (275) terms this category of labor as “daughters”. Similarly, factory owners took pride in substituting married women with unmarried novices. This was probably because such women had increased needs that would cause them crave for increased wages and therefore would not provide labor turnovers as expected by the companies. From Enloe’s, (275) writing it is clear that those who had attained high experience or senior positions were only retained if losing their skills was to cost the industry of its profit.  Such treatments contradict the marketing principle of athletic shoes industries. Most likely these company owners carried very minimal marketing or never did marketing at all. As such, when thousand of women workers became enlightened and resigned in pursuit of better pay, these industries got closed down Enloe’s (275). They only managed to pick up after the introduction of masculine labor. Enloe, (272) highlights that majority of such products are currently in China with few others found in Indonesia and Vietnam. Transition of athletic shoe companies was as a result of infused politics during cold war (Enloe 272).

South Korean government must have believed that “daughter” conception was relevant in preparing teenage girls into future women. Enloe, (273) argues that this could be used to explain why they placed emphasis on parents to make their daughters respectable and marriageable. Therefore the community accorded respect to women based on their financial status. Most South Korea’s industries used this notion to get labor turnovers from unskilled young women. Women or daughters who were not financially secure were stereotyped as doomed (Enloe 273). Since daughters were not ready to be doomed, they constantly lured into hard labor with low wages. This acted as a great boost to the government and multinational companies. Enloe (272) state that globalization of athletic shoe production was gender oriented. This because it majored on creating profits as opposed to satisfying workers. Due to this it was often characterized on girl child emphasis as opposed to boy child. The community expects daughters to provide for their parents and educate their brother instead of their younger sisters (Enloe 274). Younger women; daughter who were unable to satisfy such expectation and save for their future fiancées were perceived as doomed by the society.  Enloe, (274) outlines men in the South Korean society might have been lazy since they new they would get a young woman who would bring “decent dowries into marriage”(Enloe 274).

Conclusion

It is important to note that politics plays a critical role in development of industries. In most cases, those who are ready to cooperate with the ruling government are the ones who are likely to survive.

Work Cited

Enloe, Cynthia. “Daughters and Generals in the Politics of the Globalized Sneaker1“. Beyond Borders: Thinking Critically about Global Issues. Ed.  Rothenberg S. Paul. New York: Worth Publishers, 2005. 271-277.

Sample Essay: Philosophers

If there is one certain aspect to this world, it would be that we all have our own opinions, even if we are not willing to admit to them. Philosophers form their opinions based on rationalisation and logic and for this reason, their opinions are often used in the law, politics and even in education. Some of the philosophers who have influenced the way we think in modern times, lived and thought, thousands of years ago, while others are more contemporary. Of these philosophers we examine the ways in which Plato, More, Machiavelli, Locke, Marx, Plunkitt and Bernays would answer the following questions: What is the problem with society? What is the solution to the problem? Who should rule? Of the above questions, the most pertinent is almost always who should rule.

Plato remains one of the most famous philosophers of all time and he believed that the core of societal cohesion lay in the family. The family unit was paramount to the proper survival of society as a whole. In today’s world he certainly would have been close to the truth given the breakdown of family units. For Thomas More, the book Utopia probably describes his philosophy in the most efficient way. We no longer connect with nature and that where punishment is concerned, the punishment is not related to the crime. For instance, if theft is punished with execution, then the perpetrator might as well kill the witnesses or even the victim – the punishment will be the same. In modern times, much debate surrounds the three strikes law, where incarceration does not seem parallel to the crime committed. Machiavelli did not share More’s opinion. Machiavelli believed that the only way to reach a goal (politically that is), is to eliminate the opposition. The problem thus would be that we try to live side by side and tolerate one another rather than simply ‘doing away’ with what we do not like. In another fashion though, he would encourage the idea that pretence is far from successful within a society. It is quite pointless pretending that we like one another, thus harbouring unseen grudges and leading to eventual conflict. John Locke believed the problem to be a lack of equality. There is definitely little argument to the contrary, but whether the solution to this is possible or not, remains to be seen. Karl Marx on the other hand had similar (though not the same) ideas as More. He had idealistic views of the perfect society, something that sparked the introduction of communism to a modern world. Although he cannot be called the father of the umbrella term ‘communism’, he did believe that capitalism was largely the problem in modern society. George Washington Plunkitt believed in an honest day’s work and while he did not conform to Marxist policy entirely, he supported the under-dog. He became popular because of this and largely believed that much of society’s problem lay in the inability to do an honest day’s work. Edward Bernays had a thoroughly modern yet controversial consumerist perception of society. Furthermore, he undertook to examine women’s problems in modern society. His method had a duel perspective: first of all, he showed the world how easily they could be manipulated and secondly, showed the world that this was necessary. The problem thus is that we are too easily influenced and yet not influenced enough. Certainly, if we were all to behave in a proper manner, it would have to be through the process of public relations rather than conflict.

How do we solve these problems in the philosopher’s eyes? For Plato, the solution lies in the family. The family unit needs to be solidified. This is a functionalist approach, grading society as a set of institutions that need to perform duties in order for society to function. The family unit is the smallest of these institutions, so if the family is not complete or is dysfunctional, then the greater institution will also be at risk of collapse. The paternal function in this case is thoroughly necessary since the father is the cohesive, disciplinary faculty within the family. Many women today are single mother’s attempting to perform the duty of both parents. In terms of Thomas More, punishment has to be parallel to the crime. The same punishment cannot be extolled on all crimes. This means that ‘just deserts’ must be meted on the offender and that the punishment must be suitable for the crime. Certainly, it makes little sense that individuals should be able to unleash punishment on others, as ‘just deserts’ is often mistakenly taken to mean. This means that a father cannot be able to punish his daughter’s rapist, but that the rapist must obtain the same punishment that was given to his victim. The problem of ethics always arises. There is also no single definition for capital crime, given that in some countries, the punishment for rape is almost worse than for murder. Machiavelli’s solution is perhaps the least complicated, but also the least ethical. With the current racial and ethnic tension displayed in most countries, it is not possible to simply eliminate those who cause trouble. However, even if segregation is not an ethical approach, it certainly does lend itself to a more peaceful existence. Hitler’s approach to the Machiavellian perception was perhaps the most drastic and also the most inflammatory, but in the end, if Hitler had succeeded in eliminating Jews and Gypsies, the Machiavellian approach would have worked. Despite this, there is no proof that this solution works in the long term. In the short term, everyone is happy but eventually begin to fight amongst one another – a feature of humanity. John Locke would see the solution as simple: the creation of equality. Although modern society has attempted this, the success has been limited. Another feature of humanity is greed and to Karl Marx, of no one owns anything, no one wants anything. This is a solution towards the conflict of capital and commodity, but cannot work in reality. Plunkitt might conclude that the solution is to make sure that everyone is reasonably employed and completes a day’s honest work. Yet the production of employment has fallen short of the needs of the people over recent years. Furthermore, the interest in criminal activities offers the individual a far easier and more exciting manner of earning a living. Finally, public relations may be a solution for Bernays and learning to manipulate ones surroundings solves the problem of tolerating those around one. A good orator would solve the potential problems that society has, because a good orator is able to sway the public.

Who should rule? Indeed, a troubling question because no one society is ever happy with their rulers. Democracy is the foundation of modern society, with a public elected president ruling a country. Yet for Plato there has to be a representative of each faculty of society. For instance, if the components of a society include black, white, Jew, Muslim, Christian and atheist, then a member of each group should be able to have a say in how the country is run. Thomas More, in Utopia suggested the feudal society, with the highest level of ruler being at the top. In many cases still today, this occurs and is not necessarily failure or success. In one aspect, Machiavelli and More share similar ideals, for Machiavelli, there can be only one ruler at a time. In his case, there should not be contestation to the ‘throne’, because the ruler has taken his position by force. In the modern world there are few examples of this rule, although Africa has the most recent attempts at this. Locke seeks equality, which would mean that rule must be democratic and each participant be given equal opportunity. In this sense, he is closer to Plato’s theory than any other philosopher. Marx encourages the rule of the people and the functioning of society as having a common goal. For Plunkitt, the honest man must rule and this would most often be the under-dog. This means that in theory, the ruler would encourage honesty and transparency as a whole over society. Bernays is a controversial context, because in his world, the media would rule. Certainly, this appears to be true. The media does seem to shape the way we think and feel. Other than that, Bernays would advocate a manipulator as the ruling party, simply because those who follow him are loyal to what he says to them.

In conclusion, there are clear problems with all theories, but this does not mean that they are incorrect. In fact, each philosopher had definite grounds upon which their theories are based. However, society is not prescriptive. In other words, it cannot conform to a single model of thought. This remains a political problem and a universal one at that.

08 Feb 2010

Sample Essay: Comarism

Politics

Western culture refers the traditional customs of the European origin it entails the political system, religious beliefs, ethical values and the social norms. The politics of the West have been shaped by different phases of civilization dating from the medieval periods.  Western culture is not homogenous since it hosts migrants from diverse cultures and political ideologies.

From 1900 until the time of Alexander the Great, there was a sharp contrast between the East and the West which to the great war between the Greeks and the Persians. During this time, the West was considered to be at the classical stage. The Roman Empire was built upon the Greek democracy and it spread its agenda all through the empire as they conquered Europe including the Hellenic world during the first century BC. For more than five hundred years, Rome Empire maintained the political ideologies of the Greek east and consolidated it with the Latin West though, just like Greece, it was no longer democratic. The ancient Rome was a civilization that came up from a city state which was founded on the Italian Peninsula circa in 9th century and grew to a huge empire. After twelve years of existence, the Roman civilization took a political shift from monarchy, to a republic and finally to an autocratic empire. It dominated the Western Europe using roman legions and by giving roman privileges and citizenship to the entire empire.

Woodrow Wilson who was the twenty eighth president of the United States was also the one of the greatest scholars in the progressive Era. The treaty of the Versailles was a peace treaty found at the end of World War I. It is this treaty that ended the war between the Germans and the others known as the allied powers. It was when Wilson was president of America that the treaty was signed, that is in the year 1919. Wilson believed in self determination collective security and international law and these principles helped him to go though the dark ages of the Versailles times. He also believed in democratic government and a league of nations.

It was note then that countries like Britain, Italy and France might have looked down upon Wilson and philosophies but as we speak all these nations and even others like Germany conduct their European policy with respect to Wilson’s ideas. These ideas were at some point viewed as a mere vision is now very well regarded as fundamental. Wilson a European statesman had a lasting respect till to day and his ideals are still very influential.

As Christianity took root in the Roman world, it absorbed much of the Roman culture and traditions thus laying basis for the advancement of Western civilization after the fall of the Roman Empire giving rise to the medieval west. After the fall of the Roman Empire, Europe was faced with political anarchy with many principalities and kingdoms warring. However, when the Frankish kings took over, they realized political stability and unity thus evolving into feudalism. With feudal system, most of the noble lost their traditional source of power. The teaching of the church preserved the politics, arts, education, while the culture was drastically transformed as the Greek and Roman paganism was replaced by Christianity.

The men in the medieval period sought power through the church. The modern western culture was based on the idea of democracy as the ideal form of the society.  The medieval period was then followed by renaissance which was triggered by the Greek and Arabic influences. From the late 15th century up to 17th century, the western culture began to spread to the entire world, the western political thinking also started spreading to the rest of the world. Despite the past empires in the Western politics, democracy and concept of freedom is a distinguishing factor of the Western people form non-western people. The eras of the middle age and the modern times that advocated for separation of the state from the church has paved ways for advancement and development of distinctive political norms.

The civilization that followed medieval period was the Renaissance and reformation. This period ranged from 1500 to 1650 and it contributed in the change of the political ideologies in the western world. It was the actual onset of the feudal even after the establishment of feudal institutions in the entire Western Europe, this feudal failed to realize a unidirectional political revolution. Feudalism came up as a result of the state society where land was the main source of wealth and military was the basis of power specifically in the agrarian societies. However, in France and England, this period led to the establishment of strong monarchy. This period was characterized by the by reformation caused by a catholic monk Martin Luther who publicly denounced the catholic beliefs including the institution of papacy. During the same time, there arose the western empires which build trade unions with other nations in Africa. After trading with Africa for along time, the western government began establishing colonies in Africa.

The last type of civilization that contributed to the current political situation in the west is the progressive era. Woodrow Wilson who was the twenty eighth president of the United States was also the one of the greatest scholars in the progressive Era. The treaty of the Versailles was a peace treaty found at the end of World War I. He did not gain much from Versailles and the senate did not ratify this treaty but his vision that contained great belief for diplomacy for the country and the world at last did not disappear just like that they became very relevant in setting the tone not only for America but the whole world. This was a period of reforms in the United States and it lasted for forty years (1880-1920).

The main purpose of this era was political purification. The blacks and the illiterates were excluded from vote. Immigration form southern and Eastern Europe were cut back. There were significant changes at the national levels.  They exposed the corruption cases and scandals in the national magazines. This era is also characterized by various revolutions which were to change the West forever causing new political ideologies and change in the society. The very first of these revolutions began in North America which was the territory of the British. Inspired by Enlightenment ideals, some leaders saw it very possible to realize an ideal nation. Another revolution that reshaped the western politics was the French revolution. The same enlightenment ideals that cause American Revolution aided the revolution in France at the time France was under economic crisis.

Reference:

Samuel P. Huntington, The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order (1996).

Thompson, William; Joseph Hickey (2005). Society in Focus. Boston, MA: Pearson

Bonnett, A. 2004. The Idea of the West

Davidson, Roderic H. (1960). “Where is the Middle East?”. Foreign Affairs 38: 665-675.

15 Oct 2009

Sample Essay: Why The Cold War Was Good For America

During the whole period, rivalry was expressed through propaganda, image distortion, dirt of dangerous weapons, military conditions; competitive in technology e.g. space race and industrial advances. Both USSR and US spent exotically in defense. Despite their allying against the axis powers in the world war two, they fell in sharp differences on the post-war world’s image as they had become the worlds supper powers based on economy, technology and even politics. This conflict divided the world in a bipolar world due to a prompt for countries to align themselves with either of these powers. This rivalry in a suppressed form had greatly spread all over the world within a short time pf start existence and being.

The cold war was in real sense is a struggle hence conflict between two opposing ideologies, communism and capitalism. Capitalism, which would also be termed as anti communism, was well adopted and embraced by the Americans in their overall politics while communism dominated the USSR political domain in all aspects of its being. The cold war continued making remarkable impacts on not only these parties involved but the entire world. After all was said, occurred and done impacts could be felt either positively or negatively in dependence to regio[i]ns initial state of being and the current stage propagated  by this rivalry caused by difference in ideologies. The impact on Americans as frequently argued out was on different basic areas of dependence.

It is very true that cold war brought good results. One of them is the introduction of communism. This finally brought to an end the soviet unions collapse. In addition to this, the, the cold war was a causative factor of a tremendous revolution of in technology that has ever been in the history of humanity1. In a confident way, I would in every bid possible, put forward an evidence to prove that the cold war in its occurrence brought some benefits to the USA more so in these ways.

The cold war resulted into an ultimate strengthening and being of the communist Russian. This gave the US an only state of being the remaining supper power in a world that became unipolar.

All countries would be in recognition of the fact that US has become the overall overseer of these countries in the world. After the collapse of the USSR ,USA has ever since became a sole state that has preeminence in ever power , domain ,iron terms of , economy , military diplomacy ideology , technology and culture in opposition and capability to bring out it’s interests in every part of the world2[ii] .

When this war ended and consequently the Soviet Union’s existence and power diminished, the USSR’s ideology of communism also dropped and it faded away in the countries known to have been sole strong embracers of communism. The failure and drop of communism gave capital ideology a tremendous rice and acceptance in most countries.

The world in a unipolar state under the supremacy of it awards to USA in due process embraces and accepts capitalism. It is noteworthy that the US has benefited from the cold war in that its state no world’s view of it has changed. The USA has changed has gained the position and recognition of being a world’s supper power and in turn brings about respect and a great opportunity to impact the post cold war world in best way possible . Because the USA has become the supper power, many countries look unto her for help and support in terms of technical advice and financial age. This in turn keeps USA on toes in every domain that directly involves decision-making and policy formulation and enactment.

Had the Soviet Union not collapsed there would be division and loss of business parts and cooperates for USA because some of her partners were entirely embracing communism. This would consequently affect the American’s economy in a bigger way than at the moment.

The cold war was in a more clear way was beneficial to the USA than even the USSR which at the end of the span of time collapsed never to rise again. It brought about the numerous advancements to the USA in a wider range of aspects. More technologically, USA rose up to some notches higher than she was initially a bid to be ahead of the other, both USA and USSR manufactured and invented weapons that are more powerful.

The weapons manufactured during this time were powerful and found use by the military in defense. In a bid to advance in weapon to technology, USA adopted more practices that are scientific. This move helped to enhancing the USA’s technology in defense. Involvement of USA in arms race brought about the inventory and use of nuclear energy in manufacture of some more sophisticated weapons and equipment to be used. With the invention of nuclear energy there has therefore been the use of which consequently supplication to USA’s energy sources. Now apart from coal, the consumers could now use nuclear energy hence saving some reasonable amount of money. This nuclear technology has therefore provided an option to the Americans on the type of energy, and reduced her dependency on oil3. Though very dangerous to the human existence, nuclear energy brought about by the technology acquired during the cold war in the arms race.

The cold war also brought about state technology. During this rivalry, every party was in great attempt to outdo their rival by any means possible. The adoption and use of space by USSR promoted USA to adopt a space program that would also help gain information about her rival the USSR. The space programs have aided a great deal in Intelligence Corporation, which helps USA keep track of everything happening around her and her enemies. It has today helped them to deal with terrorism and any other security threat to USA in their air space4.

The USA benefited from the cold war in terms of racial integration within the military.  This was and is still very essential in the country’s defense. The entire population of America became united together in effort to defend their country and national heritage5. This was a common but very noble cause as they felt that this rivalry directed affected their lives in not only the military basis but also the society[iii]The Americans since and during this time became united and embraced promotion like never before. It is therefore noteworthy to conclude that the cold war killed racism to a certain level, brought about integration and the spirit of patriotism. This happened as USA was on her feet trying to outturn its rival in every possible way.

On a conclusive note despite the fact that the cold war brought a lot of negative effects in all aspects but especially the economy there is something positive that could be attributed to the cold war in USA even today .

All the advancements gained during the cold war can be put in a nutshell to include space technology and nuclear technology.  USA therefore rose in position to be a supper power and national integration of USA could greatly be attributed to the cold war .Today Americans can be proud of themselves and they are confident in terms of defense as they have one of remarkably sophisticated military systems ever since time in memorial.

Reference

Kenton J. Moody, Ian D. Hutcheon, Patrick M .Nuclear Forensic Analysis. NY: Grant.

China’s Nuclear Weapon Development, Modernization and Testing  http://www.nti.org/db/China/wnwmdat.htm

John, J. and Harvey A. Espionage in America. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003

Harvey John, J. Espionage in America at the commence of the cold war. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003.

Hogan, Michael. The End of Cold War, Its meanings and Implications, Cambridge University Press, 1992


1.Nuclear Forensic Analysis By Kenton J. Moody, Ian D. Hutcheon, Patrick M. Grant pg. 34

2. China’s Nuclear Weapon Development, Modernization and Testing  http://www.nti.org/db/China/wnwmdat.htm

3 John, J. and Harvey A. Espionage in America. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003

4 Harvey John, J. Espionage in America at the commence of the cold war. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003

5 Hogan, Michael. The End of Cold War, Its meanings and Implications, Cambridge University Press, 1992.

05 Nov 2008

Essays on Effective Campaigning Strategies

Americans found out an effective way to obtain what they want in life – if you have more money and criticize another person, you will get what you want. Essays on effective campaigning strategies prove that money and criticism is imperative to success. Before the election craze consumed the nation, the newly elected President Barack Obama stated that he would accept public funding for the election. During that moment in time, he didn’t wasn’t aware of his contribution potential. After attracting a staggering $600 million in donations, Obama was able to defeat any imposing force. Writing service companies maintain efficient writer that are eager in crafting essays on effective campaigning strategies. Essays on effective campaigning strategies helps student understand how to accomplish their hopes and dreams.

Essays on effective campaigning strategies begin with strong sources. This style of writing is known as argumentative, informational and critical. Once you locate the sources necessary to write your essays on effective campaigning strategies, construct an outline. It’s easy to loose your train of thought through distractions. Essays on effective campaigning strategies rely on a strong introduction. Spend some time building on the foundation of the paper. The introduction is the most important part of your essay. Without an efficient introduction, the essay will be ineffective. Think of an introduction as an architecture blueprint. Every student knows the power of a thesis. One sentence provides the writer and audience with a specific concentration.

Essays on effective campaigning strategies begin with the facts. After the Information Age adopted the Internet, the world was introduced to the power of web networking. Businesses discovered the benefits of advertising, earning potential and a forum for criticism. Consumers were offered the chance to utilize flexibility, maintain convenience and offer their objectivity. Newly elected Sacramento Mayor, Kevin Johnson, learned the power of money and criticism. He used that campaigning strategy to outspend former mayor Heather Fargo. Through criticism and a 3 to 1 spending advantage, Mayor Johnson imitated the campaigning recipe for success and became the first African American Mayor of Sacramento. Essays on effective campaigning strategies build on campaigning strategies to defeat the competition.

Essays on effective campaigning strategies thrive on the power of money and criticism. Senators Hillary Rodham Clinton and John McCain found out the hard way. They paid for past mistakes that linked them to the Iraq War. There was no turning back. Obama criticized and blamed President Bush for every nation and international flounder that starved humanity. Think for one moment – had Obama accepted public funding for his election – he would’ve been limited on advertising and traveling.

The new norm is to criticize one person instead of providing the truthful facts of who was really responsible for the impending issues. The media was unable or unwilling to share the facts, but knew how to criticize the opposing force. Students have the option to voice their opinion, use campaigning strategies to their advantage and realize their hopes and dreams. If you have money and know how to criticize, you will enjoy a prosperous future. Essays on effective campaigning strategies deliver a formula for success.

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27 Aug 2008

Political Science Essays

Political science essays discuss details regarding the framework of politics. Nothing is more interesting than the upcoming 2008 Presidential Election. Students that have the chance to take political science courses are privileged in more ways than one. Political science essays deliver the core of politics. Think of political science like that of biological science. Every strand of material within the scope of each professional field demonstrates the underlining elements in their working operation. What should student understand about political science essays?

When writing political science essays, students should learn about the concept of political science. American politics cover a broad spectrum rich in influential figures, procedures, laws, amendments, public policies and history of a political infrastructure. Coined as an American term, political science has channeled across a distinctive path in politics, which proved the power of our forefathers. Americans united to serve their country through moments of struggle.

Political science essays dissect politics for what it’s worth. American society relies on political culture to keep things in order. Political culture serves as the backdrop to political science. Since 1776 to current time, politics had been instrumental in shaping American culture. Politics hasn’t always been honest, but it managed to transform America into the most influential nation in the world. Political science essays are informative, educational and powerful.

Political science essays deal with theory, function and operation of the political framework. It’s imperative to learn about every aspect of politics before taking part in the debate. This current moment is a special time in American history. One can’t imagine the energy that will unfold on election night. Writing service companies will be busy with taking on political science essays. They understand the dynamics in exploring the foundation of a political culture that resides in a 200+ year origin.

Political science essays start off like any other essay. The introduction gives a preview of what is to come in the body of political science essays. Don’t take the introduction too lightly. The goal is to build a foundation to hook the reader. Politics is a complex system that requires discipline. Laws, Acts, Amendments, U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights contain a vast amount of laws that shape this great nation, which is known as the United States of America. Targeting a concept that falls under political science is an efficient way in writing quality political science essays.

Writing service companies enjoy the challenge of producing political science essays for eager students. Before completing the introduction, one needs to wrap it up with a strong thesis statement. The body of your political science essays depends on a well-developed thesis statement. While an introduction appears easy, many students lose patience with starting the process. Organizing your thoughts will improve the effectiveness of your political science essays.

Political science essays faze people that fail to relate to the material. In order to learn the content, a student should prepare an annotated bibliography. Gather a group of credible sources, put them in the proper citing format and write 150 words on each one. This will be your blueprint throughout writing your political science essays. In addition, annotated bibliographies prevent a student from plagiarism. Some students tend to lose grip with the writing process. Just because a project is interesting, it doesn’t make the writing process any easier.

The body of political science essays refers to the material discussed in the introduction. Political science essays rely solely on reputable sources. Try not to write long paragraphs. Give the reader some time to digest the material. Writing a twenty line paragraph slows down the process. Break up the main points. This is why one needs to also prepare an outline. When you lose focus in the writing process, you can regain balance with an outline. Political science essays capture the fascination of American politics in the past and present time.

Once the body nears completion, a strong conclusion will wrap up your political science essays. Make sure you include some material from the introduction, rephrase what points, solutions and opinions that were delivered in the writing process. Don’t sell yourself short in the conclusion phase. End your political essays like you started them.

There are many steps that one must take to improve their writing efficiency in preparing political science essays. The main goal is to always feel confident about your ability to take on any project. While challenging in subject matter, political science essays offer vast possibilities for future rewards. Public service is a rapidly growing field. Keep up with your reading to ensure you understand the content.

Political science essays are good training methods in learning about American political culture. All citizens should be aware of America’s historical background. Political science essays enlighten the process. As the environment worsens and energy policies remain in limbo, politicians will have to change their practices. Change is not always easy, especially when it costs billion in taxpayers’ money. Politics managed to adjust to the changing times in American culture. Political science is all about the people in American society.

Public service is about the people. Individualists are unwilling to influence issues that make America and the world a better place to live. Students possess the power of influence on their fingertips. With every push of a keystroke, you’re retelling American political history. Political science essays supply the tools so students can create theories, solutions or viable responses in confronting America’s political inefficiencies.

01 Aug 2008

Political Essays

Political essays require that an entity possess knowledge in policymaking, governmental sectors, branches in the government, public service, public programs, leadership, communication and vast areas of public administration. There is plenty to discuss in political essays. American politics is currently experiencing drawbacks from untimely decision-making. The Democratic Party wants to blame the Republican Party for fuel increases. The Republican Party accuses the Democratic Party of adding more fuel to the fire. Policymakers vote on policy while the President chooses to veto or approve the policy. Political essays delve deep into the public arena. New Public Administration students struggle with writing political essays. There are so many levels that a writer must understand about politics. Policymakers vote on issues once a year, which fosters the cloakroom politics approach. President, governors and mayors fall into the executive politics branch. Before one can write successful political essays, they need to learn about the distinctive areas of politics. How can one write political essays?

Political essays hit the same chord as argumentative and persuasive essays. They challenge a controversial issue and either opposes or supports the process. Politics involves working for the people. A writer needs to find out what programs, issues, policies and branches of government they want to challenge. There are thousands of issues to discuss in relation to political essays. Current issues in healthcare, energy, environmental, Iraq War and the economy. Once a writer locates the issues, they must challenge the success or distress with using political terminology. The phases of a policy process is an important mention. Words such as “implementation” and “entity” should be excessively used in the course of political essays. When one writes political essays, they must confront the issues with sincerity. When one looks at the issue from all angles, it helps to challenge the core of the problem. Decision-making breakdown, conflict resolution/management, interest groups and other conflicts can cause potential problems. Political essays are written just like any other essay.

Political essays respond to issues, resolve conflict and improve conditions. Basically, the only difference with political essays versus other essays is the style in the content. One must convey their stance on an issue using policy, policymaking, lawmakers, bureaucratic and implementation. An entity demonstrates the course of action in problematic issues. The designated citation format is APA. Paragraphs are structured with an introduction, a body and a conclusion. Political essays focus on the main problems or benefits of an issue. Energy issues need reform to improve environmental conditions. Environment activists protest in front of oil refineries, gas stations and at governmental locations. There is a cause and effect pattern when two issues are compared. Energy and environmental concerns work in unison. When one area improves, the other area benefits. The same concept applies in continuing on the same damaging course. Political essays serve as a strong foundation to potential or current problems.

Political essays allow a writer to take a side. It challenges issues that fall under the political umbrella. Writing service companies employ writers that can model policymaking, governmental and issues that allow for a formal debate. When one watches a television debate, they wonder how the candidates respond so efficiently. Candidates are experienced in the issues that American society faces on a daily basis. The more they’re exposed to issues, the more better their decision-making skills become. The most important advice one can give a writer who constructs political essays is the use of political language. Healthcare providers, lawyers and law enforcement agencies use an encoded terminology that models their field. A person that lacks the foundation of political process will struggle to produce good political essays. Writing service companies hire writers that come from all backgrounds. Public administration entities are the most efficient in writing political essays. Their scope of study delves deep into policy reform, political issue and lawmaking practices. Change occurs from all levels of the government. Political essays strengthen a writer’s ability to better understand the problems that a public community faces. Political essays serve as the foundation of all governmental functions. One can challenge a particular issue to build value on changing, reforming or implementing an alternate course of action. Political essays are great for students that want to enter public service. When you write political essays, you challenge the issues of today to work on a brighter future for tomorrow.

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