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Political Theory

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Article Image, Kurt Lash

How did thirteen separate colonies become the United States of America? The answer is found in the second half of the American Constitution--Articles IV through VII. Kurt Lash, Professor of Law at the University of Richmond, explains.

Article Image, By Lex Greene

Sometimes in history, opposing factions find themselves caught in a quandary, stuck between two conflicting ideas that cannot possibly coexist, dividing the people and forcing them to sooner or later, choose a side.

Article Image, By Jeffery Dover

It begins with our expectations. When we cast a vote for a representative of some office, we vote with an expectation that the person, if elected, will follow through with what they told us they would do if elected.

Article Image, FMPadmin6120

If you could go back in time a thousand years, you'd find people who were shockingly similar to those you presently love. The same is true for people who will live a thousand years from now.

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