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October, 2018


Redefining the role of the Supreme Court in American law

The Supreme Court has, for the most part, played an important role in our government. The Supreme Court has also at various times been controversial. Comment

September, 2018


The 1948 presidential election and its lasting effect

World War II was a time of unity in our country among various political factions. With the end of the war, political interest seemed to come to pass. Comments (1)

The presidency and the military establishment

The Constitution of the United States names the president of the United States as the commander in chief of our armed forces. Comments (2)

August, 2018


A comparison of presidential races

During World War II, our nation was strongly united in the war effort. Toward the end of WWII in 1945, there was more freedom of opportunity. Comments (3)

July, 2018


A look at the history of immigration law in the United States

As we look at past presidential campaigns in American history, it was the election of 1840 that had the most enthusiastic participation. Comments (2)

June, 2018


The 2016 election shows how future presidential campaigns will be run

Most of our presidents in recent times came from state governorships or the U.S. Senate. Comment

The importance of Assembly district leaders

The Executive Committee of the mainstream political parties’ County Committee is very important in local politics. Comment

April, 2018


Changing the terms of office for federal executives

Our president is restricted to two four-year terms in office. It was the tradition in the U.S. government before it became law with the 22nd Amendment. Comment

February, 2018


Differences in democracies

In the United States federal government, if there is a change in the executive administration every four years, there is a period of uncertainty. Comment

January, 2018


Here’s to a peaceful presidential campaign

Having a presidential election every four years has led to longer and longer presidential campaigns. Comments (1)



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