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POLS 021 1st Edition Lecture 7Outline of Last Lecture I. 26th and 27th AmendmentsII. Ideologya. French Revolution and National Assemblyb. Different Ideologies Existing Todayc. Natural Selectiond. ControlsOutline of Current Lecture I. French Revolution Separation by Ideologya. Affect of American Revolution on French Soldiersb. The Estates-General of 1789c. French National Assembly SeatingII. Dimensions of Political Viewsa. Social Control Dimensionb. Social Structure Dimensionc. Rate of Change DimensionIII. Hybrid Philosophies: Liberalism and Conservatisma. New Lefb. Radical RightCurrent LectureThe American Revolution was actually a succession from the British crown—not a revolution. These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.The French soldiers returned to France after fighting with the Americans in the Revolution, and were mortified when they realized that their monarchy was more oppressive than the British Monarchy. The French soldiers were therefore the mobilizers of the French Revolution. The Estates-General of 1789: A general assembly representing the French estates of the realm: the clergy (First Estate), the nobles (Second Estate), and the common people (Third Estate). This was summoned by King Louis XVI to propose solutions to his government’s financial problems. There was an impasse over the first item on the agenda (whether the French should be able to vote by estate or vote all together) that was brought to an end when the Third Estate formed the National Assembly, inviting the other two estates to join against the wishes of the King. Thissignaled the outbreak of the French Revolution. Social Control Dimension:Libertarian: Low ControlsAuthoritarian: High ControlsSocial Structure Dimension (seating chart of French National Assembly): Hybrid Philosophies of Liberalism and Conservatism: Cite the same heroes (Jefferson, Washington, Madison, Edison, Franklin, etc.)Conservatives have fragmented as a result of the end of the Communist Regime in 1989:Economical Conservatives, Social Conservatives, and Foreign Policy Conservatives.Anti-Trust Regulation: Regulating corporations and not allowing them to get too big, influential, or prevalent by controlling too much of the economy. The KOCH Brothers: Spending (AKA “donating”) to raise a billion dollars to fund their candidate and lobby against anti-trust regulation. They have quintessential social dominance. Rate of Change Dimension: New Left: Political Movement in 1960s and 1970s consisting of those who sought to implement reforms on issues such as gay rights, abortion, gender roles, and drugs. The New Left rejected involvement with the labor movement and with Marxism’s theory of class struggle. The movement was associated with the Hippie movement in the U.S. and the anti-war college protest movements. Radical Right: In United States politics, the Radical Right is a political preference that leans towards the extremes of conservatism and anti-socialism. Both of these parties collapsed, and/or morphed into the Democratic/Republican parties that exist today. Groups that composed the New Left/Radical Right parties eventually became the central of figuresof todays Democratic and Republican


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