Dugger Camp UMUC GVPT 280 – Quiz#1 – Dr. Becker 1/26/2014
Answer each of the above questions fully and completely as possible. In terms of length, no less then 3 substantial paragraphs per question. Make sure use and cite all relevant readings from the course texts, and cite them appropriately. In addition, proofread and spell and grammar check your work (two different things). Each answer should significant and long enough to answer each question. Your quiz is due back NLT next Monday, March 24, at 11:55 p.m. Let me know if you have any questions. Good luck.
Question #1 -- Based on your readings up and including this week, how would you explain McCormick’s notion of the “the ...view middle of the document...
4 billion adherents, Islam is the second biggest religion in the world" (McCormick, pg 47) and is used as the basis for rule in the region of the middle east and most marginal states in Africa. From this there is no reason not to agree with McCormick's " The Story of states"
the reason for agreeing with McCormick is the world is ever changing today. McCormick give a clear view showing how the views of people expectations of government as people began to move and break down the social and economic barriers due to technology and persecution, which was lead by political enlightenment, from previous form of rule within states. Including the limitation of protecting one's states borders and sovereignty
Question #2 – Also, based on your readings up and including this week, how would you describe a liberal democracy? Aside from the examples in the readings, name at least two other liberal democracies?
"How to describe a liberal democracy?", That is a question for the ages. Consider that the two most prominent countries, the United States and the United Kingdom, have vast difference between the two. the United states version of a liberal democracy being government of limitation or "cannots" due to it being formalized in a written document, The Constitution. Whereas the United kingdom version has no such formal document expressing in such limitations. From this you still have on defining fact of a liberal...