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Iran and Communism

As we’ve been discussion the governmental structure currently in place in Iran, I’ve noticed the strange democracy that they have in place. While the “elected” portion of their government is a democracy, the second/unelected part goes against many things that … Continue reading

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Bolsheviks, Nazis, and the Spring Play

The spring play this year is called “All Through the Night” and it takes place in Germany during the time that Hitler was in power. During rehearsal today, I noticed that one of the characters talks about the Bolsheviks. This … Continue reading

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French Revolution Holidays

Thinking about the upcoming Holidays, and realizing how much I think about them, one thing came to mind, the French Revolution. I was thinking about how driven by and changed because of these holidays. When Black Friday, another story in … Continue reading

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The Estates General #Nonexistent

Firstly, I apologize for the cliché, and outdated, use of a hashtag, but I couldn’t think of a simpler way to put it. I was talking to a classmate the other day, and I was explaining how the French government progressed, and … Continue reading

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Bull Moose Party

As I was reading tonight’s reading about the creation of the two different political parties, or “factions” as they were referred to at the time, I began to think about what significance political parties have today. Especially with this year’s … Continue reading

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