Category Archives: Federalist #10

Federalist No. 10’s Legacy: The Rise of Partisan Antipathy and How It Is Controlled

“Lock her up”, “not my president”, “Hitlary”, “make Russia great again” “today’s illegals, tomorrow’s democrats”, and “Benedict Donald”. These are just a few attacks that circulated throughout the country during and after the 2016 presidential election. A 2014 Pew Research … Continue reading

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Would the Founding Fathers Build Trump’s Wall?

Donald Trump, along with Senator Bernie Sanders, has revolutionized the way we view politicians today. He says what is on his mind without having anyone make his message a bit sweeter or politically correct to the viewers. However, his message … Continue reading

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The Dark Side of Progress

The Dark Side of Progress Throughout the year we have discussed many of the conceivable ways to classify individuals as members of one group or another: establishing boundaries and creating insiders and outsiders for our society. This semester’s contributing authors … Continue reading

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Was the Civil Rights Movement successful?

Most of us take our civil liberties for granted. But there was a time when those rights were refused to certain races, and this wasn’t so long ago. The Civil Rights Movement happened 50 years ago, and it even took … Continue reading

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Factions within the Family

           In his new book entitled Three and Out: Rich Rodriguez and the Michigan Wolverines in the Crucible of College Football, author John Bacon highlights the struggles that Rich Rodriguez faced during his failed tenure as head football coach here at … Continue reading

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