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    • Writing--Technique; Fiction--Technique
    • Writing the Great American Novel 42 Appendix Two Plotting by the Numbers Plotting Using Blake Snyder’s Beat Sheet Plotting by the Numbers Blake Snyder, a screen writer divided a screen play into different beats. I’ve changed the numbers so that...
    • yearbook1917i026: Narrative (cont.)

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
    • us went through "Test Week," into Upper Classdom, then wended our way homeward, to dream of '17's memorable history. III. The first business on hand at the beginning of our Junior year was unanimously to elect Karl Woolsey again president of our...
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    • U.S. Embassy 31 experiences like “argument” or “the mind,” structural metaphors emerge as the format for how we understand these ideas. Structural metaphors “allow us…to use one highly structured and clearly delineated concept to structure another”...
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    • Third Parties and The Republic 8 constitutional amendment within the last two centuries (Williams, p.175). One-tenth of constitutional amendments formally proposed to Congress have been to reform the Electoral College (Harvard Law Review, p....
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    • Third Parties and The Republic 7 The Electoral College is the institution with which we choose our President and Vice President of the United States. The Electoral College rules empower states to establish their own rules for allotting electoral...
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    • Third Parties and The Republic 6 growth even when the electorate may be receptive to ideas and policy options advanced by third parties. As Grofmen and Feld point out “…if it is not a presidential form of government in conjunction with the...
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    • Third Parties and The Republic 53 Scarrow, H.A., (1986). Duverger's Law, Fusion, and the Decline of American "Third" Parties. The Western Political Quarterly,Vol. 39, No. 4, pp. 634-647. Schmidt, P.R., (2002). The Electoral College and Conflict in...
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    • Third Parties and The Republic 51 Hoban, B. (2016). Why are swing states important? Retrieved from https://www.brookings.edu/blog/fixgov/2016/09/28/why-are-swing-states-important/ Kasimar, B. (2016). Third-party Support Surging. Retrieved from...
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    • Third Parties and The Republic 47 “The electoral system is the only thing that can be changed in the short run” (p.136). The problem with the lack of success for a third party is the electoral system we have promotes the dominant two party system....
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    • Third Parties and The Republic 46 person that wins the election, but the method of how they are chosen is reformed. According to Brams and Fishburn, “in a single ballot system, approval voting is most likely to encourage voters to report their true...
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    • Third Parties and The Republic 45 above. It is called the integral proportional system. Instead of getting the exact number of electoral votes as based on the exact percentage of the popular vote, the integral proportional method rounds up to make...
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    • Third Parties and The Republic 44 The first alternative is the perfect proportional method (Fon p. 43). This means that whatever the percentage of the popular vote the candidate wins is how many electoral votes the candidate would win. For example,...
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    • Third Parties and The Republic 43 the former “third party” would take its place as one of the major two parties. Only by changing the way the Electoral College operates can we achieve a system in which a minor party can legitimately have a chance...
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    • Third Parties and The Republic 42 Since the option for abolishing the Electoral College and replacing it with the popular vote is unlikely since it would take a constitutional amendment to do so, what types of changes to the Electoral College would...

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