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American Heritage October 10, 2011
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October 10, 2011 Review Room is open to review the 1st Exam You will be able to review 1st exam starting October 10th through October 21st Film: A More Perfect Union Tuesday the 11 th and Wednesday the 12 th at 5:00 and 7:30 p.m. in 140 JSB Essay #3 Due Thursday, Oct. 13 th or Friday, Oct. 14 th For help with essay visit 173A SWKT
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Exam
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Objectives Examine the relationship between size and stable, successful government Explore Madison s theory of the extended republic Define factions and the danger they pose Consider the differences between Federalist and Anti-Federalist visions of political society
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The Problem of Size
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Can a powerful, central government spread over a vast extent of territory lead to effective self-government? The Problem of Size
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The traditional answer was an emphatic no! If respect is to be paid to the opinion of the greatest and wisest men who have ever thought or wrote on the science of government, we shall be constrained to conclude, that a free republic cannot succeed over a country of such immense extent, containing such a number of inhabitants… (Brutus) It is natural to a republic to have only a small territory, otherwise it cannot long subsist. (Montesquieu)
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course AMERICAN H 100 taught by Professor Dr,holland during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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