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Unformatted text preview: In class, Professor Crespin discussed a need for government because of the many conflicts that arise in society. The conflicts are the causes of factions. Factions help to create action and movement. Without conflicts or factions, the government would be at a stand still. This is also what creates politics. Eventually, the different parties must come to an agreement, which is usually made thinking about each groups self-interests and personal benefits. In class, we also discussed collective action. This is important in such a large nation to make decisions. Although there are also problems that arise with collective action, they can be used as an advantage. In my opinion, the best solution is delegation. This way, more people in the group are actively involved, increasing the desire to act upon the good of the entire group rather than the individual....
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- Spring '08
- Political Science