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The Impact of the Second World War on the Development of a Mass Society
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This 12 page paper considers the influence of the impact of the Second World War on the development of the mass society. This paper asserts that for countries like England, France and Germany, the events that occurred following the end of World War II determined the shift in recent years towards a mass culture. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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The Changing Face of the European Political Force: The Parliamentary Democracies After World War I
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This 5 page paper considers the issue of the transformation of countries like Germany, Italy and Russia after the end of World War I and the introduction of authoritarian rule that resulted from the theoretical perspectives of men like Machiavelli. This paper outlines the central premises that determined the leadership shift. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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The Nature of the American System
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a 5 page essay on the uniqueness of the American system of democracy. No where else in the world has one document played such a pivotal role in government throughout a nation's history. France, for example, has had no less then 11 constitutions since disposing of its monarchy. The writer argues that the longevity of the American system is largely due to the constitution and specifically to the Bill of Rights, but also discusses certain cultural characteristics that have contributed. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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A Philosophical View Of Sovereignty
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A 20 page paper discussing the relationship of sovereignty and natural law. Over the course of the centuries, there has run the full gamut of thinking regarding the relationship of sovereignty or the right to sovereignty to varying views of natural order, natural laws, divine right and the simple acquiescence of the people to be ruled. Aristotle was certain that the state was the natural state of human alignments with one another, though he had difficulty in determining what the qualities of the ruler should be. This paper also investigates the views of Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Jeremy Bentham. Jean Bodin is also briefly discussed. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Philo-6.doc
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