essay on Steven Hill’s 10 Steps to Repair American Democracy

Essay on Steven Hill’s 10 Steps to Repair American Democracy

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Dorabji 4/16/07 Steven Hill’s 10 Steps to Repair American Democracy According to “10 Steps to Repair American Democracy”, Steven Hill feels political parties are preventing Americans citizens to establish unity in our nation. Furthermore, Hill emphasizes on our voting methods and voter turnout as “the weakening pulse of democracy.” The two main political parties, the Republican and Democratic Party, have evolved into a distinctive division of American society, rather than its purpose to expand the voter’s horizons and lay out a foundation for various point of views on different issues. This separation is highly detrimental to America, since the citizens share their differences. Within the past decade, we find our country to be split fairly even in respect to the voting polls. In order to clearly examine the differences, our country must improve their voter turnout to get the most people involved. It is also very important that America reconsiders its voting methods and regulations on how state votes are represented. Hill’s main objective is perfecting American representation. Hill proposes the following ten solutions to the problems he lays out: secure the vote, expand
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course POLS 15B at San Jose State University .

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