The topic of this paper is social media and its role in the 2016 presidential election.
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Article posits that users of social media are more likely to believe news stories about their chosen or … The article is helpful in explaining how social media and “fake news” works and can be used to make sense of the 2016 election.
Enli, G. (2017). Twitter as arena for the authentic outsider: Exploring the social media campaigns of Trump and Clinton in the 2016 US … G. (2017). Twitter as arena for the authentic outsider: Exploring the social media campaigns of Trump and Clinton in the 2016 US presidential election. European journal of communication, 32(1), 50-61.
Article shows that Trump’s use of Twitter to communicate with the masses was more authentic than Clinton’s……
… not to lose the love and loyalty of the people.
In democracies there is already an in-built mechanism for removing people from power: elections. The election is held generally every four or six years, depending on the system that the democratic country has set up. The political leader must … generally every four or six years, depending on the system that the democratic country has set up. The political leader must run for election and be voted into office. If the leader cannot obtain the necessary votes, he must leave office. Thus, there is a higher sense … in a democratic country in terms of the people having a legitimate method of removing a leader from office. Still, corruption can occur, elections can be manipulated or stolen, and just because it is a democracy does not mean it is any guarantee that the will of ……
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… greater weight to gun ownership rights in political decisions. The impact pro-gun organizations like the NRA have in as far as the general election process is concerned cannot also be overstated. This is more so the case given their tendency to make hefty contributions to their politicians … of the media should be prominent in this case – i.e. when it comes to shining the spotlight on lawmakers who place their re-election motives before the interests of the electorate. As a matter of fact, it has been argued that “re-election motives can lead politicians to take a pro-gun stance against the interests of an apathetic majority of the electorate” (Bouton, Conconi, Pino and ……
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Ukraine declared its sovereignty in 1990 and its independence in 1991 following the fall of the Berlin Wall (the symbol of Communism) in1989. Elections were held and Leonid Kravchuk. However, economic and political crises appeared, and another election was held for 1994, in which Leonid Kuchma was elected with just over half the popular vote. Kuchma opened the door for the … broke out between Ukraine and pro-Russian forces in the Donbass region; Crimea was annexed by Russia; and Berezovsky died in a bathroom. The election of Zelensky to the highest office in Ukraine came about as a result of Ukraine oligarch Kolomoisky wielding his influence and, in particularly, ……
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… was seeking to use it as his personal piggy bank to provide incentives to a politically potent constituency weeks before the 2020 presidential elections. On the contrary, Republicans argue that Democrats disgracefully omitted key support and relief needed by American farmers. Congressional Republicans supported the Administration’s effort … evident in this case, the underlying reason for Democrats’ opposition to the funding is its potential impact on politics and this year’s presidential election, which is weeks away. Therefore, politics plays a major role in decisions and positions taken by lawmakers when making policies. While Congressional Republicans ……
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… are likely to continue supporting him through thick and thin. It is also undeniable that he is a leading candidate in the forthcoming elections. This is regardless of the fact that the President not only criticizes the ideals of political correctness, but also actively thrives in being ……
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...Election Reciprocity Treaty (1854)
The 1854 Reciprocity Treaty is one of the most famous economic treaties in Canadian history. The Reciprocity Treaty was a trade treaty that was signed between the economy of the United States and what was then known as the Province of Canada (Quebec and Ontario) and other smaller provinces of the then British North America. The treaty was a forerunner of the Canada-United States trade agreement of 1989. It was primarily intended to facilitate free trade in primary products such as coal, fish, timber, barley, oats, and wheat. The parties signed it on 5th June 1854, and it went into effect as soon as it was ratified by the lawmaking bodies of the parties to the treaty. The legislatures in the Canadian provinces approved it before the end of 1854, while the United States approved it in 1855 (Haynes, 1892, p. 18; Hinton, 2013). This work looks……
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