Category Archives: Morone

Replacing bureaucracies

There should a complete unifying voice for changing to as the constitution and Declaration of Independence states abolishing a corrupt overbearing government.  With that said there, there should concise plan for actually replacing such bureaucracies, for without such formulas one … Continue reading

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Morality and Politics

The concept of morality has been observed in human nature since the earliest recorded pieces of history dating back tens of thousands of years. The definition of morality that I found on the Oxford Living Dictionaries website is, “principles concerning … Continue reading

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The Economy: Who Calls the Shots?

In a blog post from last week, James Morone’s “The Democratic Wish” and his theory that American politics cycles through four stages which ultimately lead to a larger and larger government was used to compare the current presidential race to … Continue reading

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The Freezing of American Democracy

When Things don’t Add Up In James Morone’s ‘The Democratic Wish’, he outlines a cycle for change occurring in American democracy. The cycle starts at a liberal political stalemate, moves to a popular response demanding action, creates new political institutions … Continue reading

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Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty

Reading Morone’s democratic wish brought a sense of familiarity in me, since I have been exploring this idea for a while now. During my interactions with different movements for justice and equality, I always warned that freedom is never secured, … Continue reading

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In Defense of Inefficiency

     The United States government is incredibly inefficient with a massive and corrupt bureaucracy. The gridlock in congress prevents Congress from passing most legislation without either party having the majority. While this is a tragedy in need of drastic change … Continue reading

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Arguments for Big Government

In The Democratic Wish, James Morone argues government should not only be big, but strong as well. Yet, according to Morone, the government has been restrained from being strong by the American people. As he puts it, “The urge to protect … Continue reading

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