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  • My Home

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    My house is in Shastri Nagar, New Delhi. It is a quite new house. It was built only one year back. It has two storeys. My grandparents and my uncle live on the ground floor. On the ground floor we have a drawing room, two bedrooms, and a kitchen. We live on the first floor. On the first floor we have three bed rooms and a kitchen. It has also a dining room, a study room and a guest room. My sister and study in the study room. The rooms are well-lighted and airy. All the floors have marble tiles

  • Federalist 51

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    Federalist No. 51 is an essay by James Madison, the fifty-first of the Federalist Papers. It was published on Wednesday, February 6, 1788 under the pseudonym Publius, the name under which all the Federalist Papers were published. One of the most famous of the Federalist Papers, No. 51 addresses means by which appropriate checks and balances can be created in government and also advocates a separation of powers within the national government. One of its most important ideas is the pithy and often

  • Democracy In America

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    Virginia was pried on its honest government in the days of Byrd machine. It was describes as museum of democracy where the government reflected nothing according to the will of the public. The basic structure was not equal for urban residents, women, minorities and the Republicans. The power and authority was in the hands of few white men. The right to vote for electing the members of General assembly was established in 1619 but only to those, which had a certain amount of property. Black men were

  • The White Paper Process On Reform Of The Australian Federation

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    In under three months, a crucial meeting of federal and state leaders will start to determine whether anything major is achieved from the present White Paper process on Reform of the Australian Federation. Unique, and hopefully historic, the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Retreat is perhaps the first meeting of its kind, focused on the hard politics of renegotiating the federation, since the 1899 ‘secret’ premiers conference which cleared the final path to union itself. But the most crucial

  • The Stamp Act

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    In any nation’s creation, there is most certainly a point in time at which the country does not exist and a point at which it does. Unfortunately, it is nearly impossible to single out the exact events that mark these points. This is especially true in American history, where upon first glance many events could have marked the birth of the nation America is today. With research, however, it is evident that the Stamp Act was the true mark of no return in American history. When the act came into law

  • Democracy And Its Critic, By Robert Dahl

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    Democracy and its critics is a political science book written by Robert Dahl In 1989 and published by Yale University Press in America. The book looks at the assumptions of the democratic theory and is able to test them in relation to the questions raised by critics. Thereafter, Dahl suggests the ways in which the states must move towards improving their democracy. The Greeks, Athenians in particular, influenced Dalhs’ work. The author asserts that most states claim to know what the practice of

  • How the New Deal Changed the Course of Government and Politics

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    The New Deal period has been considered to be a turning point in American politics, with the President acquiring new authority and importance, and the role of government in the lives of citizens increasing. The extent to which this was planned by the architect of the New Deal, Franklin D. Roosevelt, has been greatly contested, however. Yet, while it is instructive to note the limitations of Roosevelt's leadership, there is not much sense in the claims that the New Deal was haphazard, a jumble of

  • The Constitution Protects Us Citizens

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    Not many people know what the US. Constitution says, nor what the US. Constitution defends. I feel as though the Constitution supports and defends US. citizens in many ways that can benefit all who reside within the US. Throughout history people with higher power than the majority of that nation's population, there have been incidents where people have police enter their home without their consent or permission. The fourth amendment of the US. Constitution states, “The right of the people to be secure

  • Examples Of The Third Congressional District Of Connecticut

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    The Third Congressional District of Connecticut I live in the third district of Connecticut. This district includes Shelton (part) and Stratford, Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Bethany, Branford, Derby, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Milford, Naugatuck, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Orange, Prospect, Seymour, Wallingford, Waterbury (part), West Haven, Woodbridge, Durham, Middlefield, and Middletown (part). The third district has existed since 1837, and is mostly an urban area. The district comprises

  • History Of The Southern States Of America

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    The Southern States of America rushed to put into place a new government without taking care of the populace. Next, to secure their new country they rushed into creating an Army to defend it without taking care of the populace. There were no public services, no law enforcement – except the Army and they were stretched thin. The following days and weeks after the event were horrible. Everything in every large city throughout the south broke down. The only people that survived were the ones with