Pol 130 - 1. Politics are made up of 3 main parts. The...

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1. Politics are made up of 3 main parts. The major actors of politics, the interactions among them and how to allocate resources accordingly throughout our government. The “who aspect” consists of the head government officials such as the President, then we have the sub groups such as the UN, congress and the senate, as well as the voters “us” who have the right to contribute to legislative figures and laws. These government officials must have the right timing as well as the motivation to make decisions that are best for our country. There will always be a struggle for power among them, but ultimately the president decides what laws are to be passed. Allocating resources refers to how our country will allocate natural resources, as well as money through the federal reserve and finally government welfare in terms of healthcare. 2. Lessons the U.S. could learn from empires of the past are such things as world civilization from the Chinese and Ottoman empires and strength and stability from the early European industrial societies. The Chinese held together their empire by linguistics, their own letters and language. Today, we have a similar way of communicating through our own language that most people now and use
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Pol 130 - 1. Politics are made up of 3 main parts. The...

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