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  • Most Basic Form Of Government
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    Governments In Star Wars V.S. Governments in the Home In the movie 'Star Wars' their exist many different forms of government. In this essay I will be comparing those forms in the movie to the ones found in the home. I will be starting with the most basic form of government and working up to the most complex. The most basic form of government is anarchy, The total absence of government. In the movie the best example of anarchy is Yoda, living by himself on Dagoba without the interference of any ...
  • Past Controls The Future
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    Science Fiction or Reality A comparison to 1984's society to our society. On each landing, opposite the lift shaft, the poster with the enormous face gazed from the wall. It was one of those pictures which are so contrived that the eyes follow you about when you move. BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU, the caption beneath it ran (Page 3). The novel 1984 follows Winston Smith, a worker at the Ministry of Truth, who lives in a world where the government watches every move you make and attempts to contro...
  • Federal Constitution
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    William Hung Political Science 1 March 5, 2001 The Founding Fathers: An Age of Realism In the work of The Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes, he illustrated that any government must be accepted in order to avert the anarchy and terror of a state of nature. After the Declaration of Independence and the failure of the Articles of the Confederation, the Founding Fathers needed a government to control the people, but not just any government. The Fathers wanted a government capable of protecting both liberty...
  • Elected Representative
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    James Madison begins the Federalist No. 10, possibly one of the greatest political papers, by stating an argument in favor of the Constitution. Madison supports the Constitution because it establishes a government that is capable of controlling the violence of faction. Factions are groups of people with like political or economic interests that gather to promote their own views. Factions cause an unstable government because they are constantly at odds with each other and consistently maintain th...
  • Members Of The Other Two Branches
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    James Madison begins his famous federalist paper by explaining that the purpose of this essay is to help the readers understand how the structure of the proposed government makes liberty possible. Each branch should be, for the most part, in Madison's opinion, independent. To assure such independence, no one branch should have too much power in selecting members of the other two branches. If this principle were strictly followed, it would mean that the citizens should select the president, the l...
  • Thoughts And Teachings The Government
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    1984 vs. Brave New World 1984 and Brave New World, written by George Orwell and Aldous Huxley, respectively, are both books that reflect the authors vision of how society would end up at the course it was going at the time of the writing of the book. Both books were written more than fifty years ago, but far enough apart that society was going in a totally different direction at the time. There are many ways to compare these two books and point out the similarities. On certain, deep levels they ...
  • Advocates Of Gun Control State
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    Presently in our nation, a controversy is shelling around the issue of gun control. Civilian ownership of firearms has for more than two hundred years been the very cornerstone upon which the liberty of the public has been supported. The very reason that Americans have never suffered a tyranny on the scale of Nazi-Germany has been due to the proliferation of firearms in the hands of the general public. The Second Amendment to the Bill of rights of the United States Constitution states 'A well re...
  • Competition On The Local Level
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    The overgrowing demand for governmental agencies has grown tremendously since the 18th century. Originally George Washington in 1789 had only three government departments, Treasury, Foreign Affairs, and War. With the end of the Civil War, many problems arose and so did the bureaucracy. In 1870 much of the problems were remedied with the creation of the Department of Justice. Starting in the 19th century the size of the federal executive branch and the bureaucracy expanded as demand for new depar...
  • One's Usefulness To The Totalitarian Society
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    The Government and Total Human Control In Ray Bradbury's novel Fahrenheit 451, in George Orwell's 1984, and in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World a unifying thread is present-the government must have total control of all aspects of society. It must control thought, it must control media, and it must control one's usefulness to the totalitarian society. In Fahrenheit 451, the government assumes total control by banning all books and other reading material. By banning and burning the contraband if ne...
  • Side Rent Control
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    Rent control has been in force in a number of major American cities for many decades. The best-known example is New York City. But this policy, meant to assist poorer residents, harms far more citizens than it helps, benefits the better off, and limits the freedom of all citizens. Rent control not only harms the landlords and tenants, it also has negative effects on the safety of communities, and appearance of the house and its maintenance. It's amazing how rent control and decontrol affects har...
  • Constant Flow Of Wartime Propaganda
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    The Oceania society depicted in the 1984 George Orwell novel is simply driven by propaganda. It seems as though every citizen of the "Super State" country must interact with a daily intake of propaganda create by the government so that control is maintained. Even the "non-citizen" Proletarian community, which is the ignorant majority, is lead into a life filled with propaganda that inflicts feelings such as fear and hatred so that they can be controlled in a mental manner. Every person in Oceani...
  • Totalitarian Government A Citizen's Life
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    How far should government go to maintain the rights of the people, provide public necessities, and promote equality among the people? One argument is that the government should control every aspect of the lives of its citizens. The opposite government is one that leaves all control in the hands of each citizen. It seems that a perfect government would be somewhere in the middle. Totalitarianism is the type of government in which the state has complete and absolute control over almost every part ...

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