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Democracy and Elections and Citizenships… oh my!

This weeks reading takes on a different approach the the previous readings. While the articles on power, place, territory, and the state were ambiguous, the reading on citizenship, elections, and democracy seem to take on a more concrete perspective. It … Continue reading

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Citizenship and Voting

This chapter on democracy, citizenship, and elections I thought was a much better read than a few of the previous readings that we have encountered. ┬áThis reading can be broken up into three sections. ┬áThese sections are as simple as … Continue reading

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Citizenship and Elections

Throughout the history of the United States, we have seen controversies in how elections are run as well as what makes someone a citizen. Before the civil rights movement in America, African Americans were not given the opportunity to be … Continue reading

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