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Facets of democracy

  Information would be provided to the media that would then disperse the attack through telephone, fax and electronic mail. Thus, the media was reduced to a vessel that conveyed only the information that Clinton and his strategists wished. This manipulation won him the Presidency, but it did so at a price. The cost was […]

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Rousseau and Jefferson

“The Declaration of Independence,” written by Thomas Jefferson, is a statement adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776. “The Origin of Civil Society” is an article written by Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Jefferson writes about human rights because all men shall be equal and free; Rousseau writes about social contracts because by understanding the concepts […]

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The Corp of Discovery

The Corp of Discovery, the expedition force that under the demands of then President Thomas Jefferson, traveled from St. Louis to the Pacific Ocean and in the process, only lost one man to a disease that even by today’s medical advancements, would have been unable to save him. This expedition, led by Meriwether Lewis and […]

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