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UTGWA 100Broache, Michael PatrickFall

GWA 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: The Public Interest, Civil Society, Wage War

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UTGWA 100Dr.William MyersSpring

GWA 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Collective Action, Marxism

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Political parties use ideologies to give people their rough ideas for what they plan to do. How can individual people use ideologies less than 5% of th
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UTGWA 100Dr.William MyersSpring

GWA 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Camp David Accords, Meiji Restoration, Parliamentary System

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Parliamentary system- fusion of powers, prime minister forms government. Loyal opposition- belief that the out-of-power party has responsibility to for
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UTGWA 100Dr.William MyersSpring

GWA 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Tiananmen Square Protests Of 1989, Democracy Wall, Theocracy

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UTGWA 100Dr.William MyersSpring

GWA 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cosmopolitan Democracy, Due Process, Patriot Act

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Direct democracy- a form of government in which political decisions are made directly by citizens, rather than by their representatives. Republic- sove
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UTGWA 100Dr.William MyersSpring

GWA 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: North American Free Trade Agreement, Institutional Revolutionary Party, Nomenklatura

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Nomenklatura- former soviet communist party system of controlling appointments, ensuring support and loyalty. Perestroika- mikhail gorbachev"s various
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UTGWA 100Dr.William MyersSpring

GWA 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Gulag, Theocracy, Planned Economy

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Party partiinost- spirit of sacrifice, enthusiasm, and unquestioning devotion required for communist. Kuomintang- the chinese nationalist party, led by
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UTGWA 100Dr.William MyersSpring

GWA 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Eugenics, Behaviorism, Proletariat

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Utopia- perfect system, perfect world absence of conflict, everyone is happy. Everyone has ideas about what the perfect world would be, everyone has di
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