Monthly Archives: January 2016

Civic Republicanism: The Greatest American Value

For much of the Obama administration’s time in office, political rivals have been baffled as to how President Obama successfully won two terms in office. Through their rhetoric, they have attempted to instill fear in the hearts of voters. The … Continue reading

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Democratic Republican   The Democratic Republican Party was the creation of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison to oppose the federalist party. The key factor in this form of governing is: “Republicanism may be distinguished from other forms of democracy as … Continue reading

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Classical Liberalism

Classical liberalism began in the late eighteenth century and began to flourish during the nineteenth century. Classical liberalism is a political ideology that argues for a minimal relationship between the civil society, and the state or government. The goal of … Continue reading

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