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Abstract The United States has a historical problem of racism that greatly influences electoral process. Obama’s victory in 2008 was, however, a turning point in the American politics, as he was the first Black president. After his term expired in 2012, he sought a re-election bid, igniting a hot race between him and Mitt Romney. […]

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Introduction Social capital, which is crucial in any society in the world, defines the essence of democracy. All democracies are developed with a communal perspective, where the social capital plays an essential role in the democratic fabric. In general, the social capital concept, if well developed in the society, plays a major role in developing […]

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Toledo an economist introduced societal political and economic reforms in Peru in the sixteenth and seventeenth century. These reforms were mainly targeting at streamlining corruption and the Indio social Backlash changes. Prior to his reform the enormous economic and political corruption was taking place. It is evident that clergy, entrepreneurs, Kurakas, and royal officials did […]

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Nowadays people demand a lot from politicians. One cares not only about their actions in the political sphere, but the politicians’ images and ways in which they are portrayed by the media are also evaluated. A positive attitude towards politicians plays a huge role while giving preferences to somebody. It affects people so greatly that […]

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"Power consists in one's capacity to link his will with the purpose of others, to lead by reason and a gift of cooperation." Woodrow Wilson (1856 – 1924) In its most simplest definition, "power is the ability of one person to control or influence the choices of other persons" (Bell, 1975). In today's modern societies, […]

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The Architecture of Democracy "We shape our buildings, and afterwards our buildings shape us." -Winston Churchill Architecture as an art, reflects the needs of the societies they placed in. Buildings create not only a space wherein people perform a set of activities, but manifest the ideas of a culture. Architecture, then, can be used to […]

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