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    Has anyone got any revision notes they wouldnt mind sharing?
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    (Original post by bsbnah)
    Dont you think socialism might come up as 2 15 markers though?
    if it does then i will answer the three other ones on lib con and anarch
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    Have you learned loads of quotes?
    I'm missing out socialism and doing the other 3
    how are you revising them?
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    (Original post by myhatmyrowntrees)
    how are you revising them?
    dont even know! I am having nightmares about this exam
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    dont even know! I am having nightmares about this exam
    Hey, trust me it's not worth stressing about, we've still got time. I'm not doing the same topic as you but i guess the principles apply to us both. - collect as many examples for individual points and flexible ones and practice explaining them in a precise way
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    how are you guys revising for units 3C and 4C? I am so stressed, so many examples to learn!
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    (Original post by JonesyA0)
    I really think something on the process of electing the president will come up, but not campaign finance (phew!) as it came up last year for a 15 marker. I haven't done anything on recall elections in class or for revision?!? What do you think I will need to learn for that?
    Recall elections is a procudure by qhich voters can remove an elected official from office theough direct vote before his or her term has ended. ( recalls are initiated sufficient voters sogn a petition)

    For and against

    E.G.
    For
    They act like a check and balance against elected officials in order to keep them in line

    Depending on the issue it can be very important and valid

    Against
    They can lead to special interest groups/ single issue groups potentially having too much influence over the recall thus questioning it's democratic legitimacy
    e.g. 2012 Wisconsin Govnor recall, 2013 Colorado recall election (Gun right advocates)

    Whether they enhance or hinder deomcracy
    Examples of when it's happen and how it supports what you are arguing
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    (Original post by claudiar99)
    how are you guys revising for units 3C and 4C? I am so stressed, so many examples to learn!
    Exactly!!! Im making flash cards but it's proving soo difficult cos of the sheer amount to remember
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    (Original post by darkskies)
    Exactly!!! Im making flash cards but it's proving soo difficult cos of the sheer amount to remember
    this

    i feel like crying?
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    this

    i feel like crying?
    I'm already crying on the inside.
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    (Original post by darkskies)
    I'm already crying on the inside.
    it seems america is much easier than ideologies tbh
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    (Original post by claudiar99)
    how are you guys revising for units 3C and 4C? I am so stressed, so many examples to learn!
    Trust me!! made so many flash cards but can barely remember any of them literally so many statistics and names of Congress members to remember I can't even cope
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    Does anyone study Route D for politics? There is literally no resources apart from one book

    Is there anyone with resources??
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    Anyone got any predictions for 3b & 4b? Literally anything will be good lol
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    How would you structure a modern liberalism vs classical liberalism essay?
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    How would you structure a modern liberalism vs classical liberalism essay?
    I'd focus each paragraph on specific areas (such as freedom) and then compare/contrast the stances of both classical and modern liberalism within the paragraph.
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    I'd focus each paragraph on specific areas (such as freedom) and then compare/contrast the stances of both classical and modern liberalism within the paragraph.
    Can you give an outline please
    Want to see if I'm on the right path
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    Can you give an outline please
    Want to see if I'm on the right path
    Just off the top of my head, I don't have my notes with me...

    Differences:
    -Freedom
    -Economy
    -Individualism
    Similarities:
    -Both highlight freedom and individualism, just in different ways.

    You'd have to build these points up but that's an outline of sorts. You may need to add a bit more for the similarities section, though.
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    Just off the top of my head, I don't have my notes with me...

    Differences:
    -Freedom
    -Economy
    -Individualism
    Similarities:
    -Both highlight freedom and individualism, just in different ways.

    You'd have to build these points up but that's an outline of sorts. You may need to add a bit more for the similarities section, though.
    More similarities - both are against equality of outcome, both agree on the concept of equality of opportunity (although they have different theories on how this is practiced within society)

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    (Original post by blackdiamond97)
    More similarities - both are against equality of outcome, both agree on the concept of equality of opportunity (although they have different theories on how this is practiced within society)

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    Sounds good, I agree with those points
 
 
 
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