Elections Term Paper by supercalifragilistic

This paper discusses how elections do not always presuppose a democracy.
# 96235 | 934 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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The paper explains that elections are when voters choose a certain party or person into a certain position. The paper discusses how although many countries profess to have accepted the "free and fair" mode of election required by a democracy, this is not always the case in practice, as seen in Ethiopia. The paper uses the example of the United states to portray a democratic paradigm that has finally learned to allow a variety of ideologies to exist within a single country. The paper stresses that the secret to election success appears to be letting these ideologies compliment rather than destroy each other.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • BBC News. "U.S. Democrats secure sweeping win". 9 Nov. 2006. URL: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/6134344.stm
  • Washington University in St. Louis. "Campaign Tactics & Strategy". 2006. URL: http://news-info.wustl.edu/cat/page/normal/131.html

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