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Fascism and National Socialism are often mistaken for being one and the same thing. Yes, these ideologies did have a lot in common, yet some of the differences are substantial.
This is a paper I wrote for my Introduction to International relations class. International Relations employs three theories that political scientists use to explain and predict how world politics plays out.To define...
In this article, I recall my participation in United States Presidential elections during the period 1956-2016. Although a liberal Democrat in the early 60s, by 1980 I was a conservative Republican.
For almost 30 years, political historian Allan J. Lichtman's "keys to the White House" has been the most accurate advanced forecasting model of American presidential elections. So what about 2016?
This article discusses the most lopsided United States presidential elections of the post-World War II era. It features elections won by Ike Eisenhower, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, and Ronald Reagan.
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