Test3outlines - Black Elk o He thinks white man is foolish for thinking they can purchase land o They fought the white man o All power flows in

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Are our political institutions responsible for the wellbeing of citizens? William Graham Sumner: o Feudalism pg. 284 o Told every day of social problems o Who decided that a certain group of people would be given the right to demand that other solve the world’s problems o Social Darwinism o Certain ills belong to the hardships of life o One should not begrudge another because of their schusses in life o The humanitarians, philanthropists, and reforms purpose to use someone else’s money to solve the world problems o He discusses the forgotten man who simply gets his money taken away Ambrose Bierce: o Pg. 308 Corporation retaining individual wealth with out responsibility Mark Twain: o Pg 313 crop prayer o Open your eyes, see both sides o A critic of politics every decision has an unintended consequence, in order to make good decision, we must open our eyes to the greater good.
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Unformatted text preview: Black Elk: o He thinks white man is foolish for thinking they can purchase land o They fought the white man o All power flows in circles o They were put into boxes o Then he joined Buffalo Bill Cody’s wild west show o Then he traveled to big cities o Then he went to perform in England for the queen o Considered life may have been better under the queen of England George Fitzhugh: o The White Slave is in the worst situation o Employer may enjoy the profits o For the black man when the day is done he is free of mind and body o Master provides for all his needs o He claims that the slaves of the south are the happiest, and in some sense the freest people in the world o We need government to help the people and we must act under the assertion that we are “too little governed.”...
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2008 for the course POLITICAL 315-01 taught by Professor Marchant during the Spring '08 term at Winona.

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Test3outlines - Black Elk o He thinks white man is foolish for thinking they can purchase land o They fought the white man o All power flows in

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