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MIAMIOHPOL 261Matthew ArbuckleSpring

POL 261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Organizational Theory, Critical Role, Financial Statement

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Chamber of accounts administrators placed their financial records on a brown cloth called a la bure the room then became the bureau. Too inefficient to
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MIAMIOHPOL 261Matthew ArbuckleSpring

POL 261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Al-Qaeda

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Administrative state: dwight waldo"s term to describe the rising importance and power of bureaucracy in american democracy. Issue of administrative res
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MIAMIOHPOL 271Rothgeb JohnFall

POL 271 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Cuban Missile Crisis

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Techniques for wielding power are put in two broad categories. Coercive: an actor makes the target do something by creating perception that there"ll be
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MIAMIOHPOL 373Rothgeb JohnFall

POL 373 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Cocom, Marshall Plan

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Eisenhower wanted to use trade as an alternative to the marshall plan. Pushed rtaa renewal through republicans by saying it"d prevent war and spread of
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MIAMIOHPOL 373Rothgeb JohnFall

POL 373 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Implied Powers, Protectionism

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Foreign affairs concern every citizen of a nation. The constitution does not state explicitly who holds some of the powers important to foreign affairs
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MIAMIOHPOL 373Rothgeb JohnFall

POL 373 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Europe 1

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Because of all these factors, trade barriers were strongly favored till the late 19th century. Businesses came to believe tariff protection was a right
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MIAMIOHPOL 373Rothgeb JohnFall

POL 373 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Free Trade

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Strategic environment for the united states sets a global context of trade policy. Strategy refers to what threatens the united states national securit
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MIAMIOHPOL 373Rothgeb JohnFall

POL 373 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Berlin Wall, Nato, Missile Gap

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The general agreement on tariffs and trade discussions were complex and lengthy which led them to be referred to as rounds. During john f. kennedy"s ad
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MIAMIOHPOL 373Rothgeb JohnFall

POL 373 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Nato, European Economic Community, Central Intelligence Agency

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Moscow forced eastern europe to reject the marshall plan. Republicans didn"t want trade with the ussr because they thought the war was imminent. Congre
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MIAMIOHPOL 373Rothgeb JohnFall

POL 373 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Escape Clause, Central Intelligence Agency, Korean War

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Korean war and what followed turned anti-soviet actions in to anti-communist crusade. Eisenhower made nuclear weapons more prominent in security policy
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MIAMIOHPOL 271Rothgeb JohnFall

POL 271 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Decision Management

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The system of advice must be tailored to each president. This paradigm focuses on accentuations, not the presence and absence of qualities. Categorizes
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MIAMIOHPOL 271Rothgeb JohnFall

POL 271 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: New International Economic Order, International Monetary Fund, Expanded Access

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In most developed parts of the world, international relations no longer revolve around military conflict, but it still plays a large role in the develo
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