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Notes Week (Nov16-20)

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Notes Week (Nov16-20) pols 2310

Introduction to politics
Webking, Robert H

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Introduction to politics
Webking, Robert H
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Date Created: 11/22/15
Notes Week Nov1620 Each group has sel sh interest but differ from group to group How can we avoid majority rule to become tyranny Establish a large area and population Madison shaped the government so that there was no minority with a lot of power that could affect the majority Prevent injustice by shaping the country so there will be no majority wthe same exact economic interest As long as there are small special interest groups the plan works because none will be big enough to be in control In a republic decisions are made on basis of COMMON GOOD not majority interest Common good defense internal peace regulate trade People might vote for the basis of their sel sh desires How do we keep sel sh groups from creating injustice and instability 1 Don39t discourage factions from forming 2 Use majority rule 3 Establish large commercial republic wdiverse economic activity 4 Encourage people to be motivated by economic interest Madison solution to the injustice and instability that come from the fractions based in interest is to shape country in such a way that there will be more factions EFFECT lead people to understand that to secure their rights to they must follow rules so that everyone39s rights can be secured GOLDEN RULE TO PREVENT POPULAR GOVERNMENT TO DIE Don39t let two groups have the same economic interest encourage diversity in the factions we want more groups so that none of them become majority faction the more there are the less powerful they become Violent factions Factions based on opinions especially religious groups Factions based on passion loves and hates How can we avoid them not by multiplying them but to shape the country so that those factions be less important lead people to believe that the material well being is the most important thing Can control injustice and instability from economic factions But not from religious and political ones Make economics more important than religion


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