Outline paper 2 - I Thesis Voters that arose from democracy often have tremendous power that they fail to recognize controlled by their

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I. Thesis: Voters that arose from democracy often have tremendous power that they fail to recognize; controlled by their materialistic desire the politicians often times go at great lengths to please the voters. A. Topic sentence 1: The average America voter has turned very materialistic due to democracy because of the fact that politicians tend to spoil the citizens. 1. “That voters are largely unselfish, and politicians usually comply with public opinion” (Caplan 108). a) This quote explains how politicians tend to listen to the voters. Politicians comply with the public opinion because they are placed into power by the voters. In a democratic world politicians are slaves to the unselfish voters 2. “In a nation once proud of hard work among strong, religious families and close- knit communities, too many Americans had come to worship self-indulgence and consumption” (Bacevich, 54). a) This quote explains how Americans are very materialistic and shows the trend of being hard-working and personally inclined society to a very materialistic needy community. This has happened due to the fact that democracy has been around for a long period of time; the longer it is around the more the politicians are inclined to listen to the public. They spoil the public and make them very demanding of the
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course THEATER AP 101 taught by Professor Mancuso during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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Outline paper 2 - I Thesis Voters that arose from democracy often have tremendous power that they fail to recognize controlled by their

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