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The Federal Courts And Constitutional Interpretation: A Second Amendment Case Study, Mark Kemper Dec 2008

The Federal Courts And Constitutional Interpretation: A Second Amendment Case Study, Mark Kemper

Bridgewater Review

No abstract provided.


Cultural Commentary: Race And The Race, William C. Levin Dec 2008

Cultural Commentary: Race And The Race, William C. Levin

Bridgewater Review

No abstract provided.


Editor's Notebook: A Politcal Reality Check, Michael Kryzanek Jun 2008

Editor's Notebook: A Politcal Reality Check, Michael Kryzanek

Bridgewater Review

No abstract provided.


Celebrating 35 Years Of Canadian Studies, Michael Kryzanek Jun 2008

Celebrating 35 Years Of Canadian Studies, Michael Kryzanek

Bridgewater Review

No abstract provided.


The People's Perspective On The Size Of The People's House, Brian Frederick Jan 2008

The People's Perspective On The Size Of The People's House, Brian Frederick

Political Science Faculty Publications

The quality of representation the citizenry receives from its political leaders is central to evaluating the character of any democratic institution. Moreover, the number of elected members that comprise an institution can be vital in determining whether citizens have access to and can influence the decisions of their representatives (Dahl and Tufte 1973). The United States House of Representatives has been frozen at 435 members for almost a century. This durability of this alignment is astonishing; in its first century of existence, the U.S. House experienced a virtually uninterrupted string of decennial increases in its membership. Despite the magnitude ...


Political Violence, Child Soldiers, And Neo-Liberal Globalization: The Cases Of Indonesia And Columbia, Curtis Holland Jan 2008

Political Violence, Child Soldiers, And Neo-Liberal Globalization: The Cases Of Indonesia And Columbia, Curtis Holland

Undergraduate Review

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