2 edition of The consequences of compromising politics found in the catalog.
The consequences of compromising politics
Ahmed A. Wahid Al-Zandani
Includes bibliographical references (p. -247) and index.
|Statement||Ahmed A. Wahid al-Zandani|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||252 p. :|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||2010337487|
Democratic politics, which represents conflicting points of view, cannot produce change without some mutual accommodation. Without compromise on health care, taxation, and other major issues, the status quo prevails, even when it preserves a policy that does not serve the common good, or produces consequences that create a major crisis. At ﬁrst blush, this observation is mundane. Of course people care what other people think about politics! The examples surround us. They abound in the media, where talking heads condescend, scorn, and seethe. They populate the shelves of book stores, where .
Conservatives are now strongly swayed by the tea party movement, whose clarion call is a refusal to compromise, regardless of the practical consequences. But the rejection of compromise is more Author: Deborah Tannen. Book Review Words | 6 Pages. growing churches in American history. Summary Rick Warren in this book discusses how to become a purpose-driven church through growth without compromising your biblical message and mission or the doctrine of the New Testament Church in five major parts: seeing the big picture, becoming a purpose-driven church, reaching out to your community, bringing in a.
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POLITICAL decisions have consequences–often wide-ranging consequences. It is for that reason that those who are tasked with making such decisions weigh the pros and the cons, must consult widely and must try as hard as possible not to be blinded by narrow partisan outcomes.
Political decision-makers must avoid easy answers to complex challenges—they must have. It may take time, but sin always has its consequences. Sometimes the consequences affect future generations more than our own.
But if you sow compromise with the world, you won’t reap God’s blessings. Jehoshaphat himself, apart from God’s grace, would have lost his life in battle. Why Compromise Is A Bad Word In Politics Why do voters want leaders who are adaptable, but detest those who don't stick to their guns.
Social science research indicates voters want compromise but. This book offers for the first time a conceptual history of compromise. Alin Fumurescu combines contextual historical analysis of daily parlance and a survey of the usage of the word from the end of the sixteenth century to the beginning of the eighteenth century in both French and English with an analysis of canonical texts in the history of political by: Despite the title of his book--Splitting the Difference--Benjamin's criteria for an "integrity-preserving compromise" refer to the attitude of the parties toward the compromise (their commitment to mutual tolerance) and the reasonableness of the positions in dispute (the uncertainty due to the moral complexity of the issue) ().
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The United States claims to be one of the best countries in the world, yet we can't come to a compromise when it comes to politics. Our political leaders put themselves on two different sides of the ideological spectrum and stay : Ana Simon.
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