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|Titolo:||Da Bush a Bush. Elezioni USA 2004 – From Bush to Bush. US Elections 2004|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2004|
|Autori interni:||FROSINI, JUSTIN ORLANDO|
|Autori:||M.R. Lino; L. Pegoraro; J.O. Frosini|
|Abstract:||A candidate in the US presidential election – neither Bush nor Kerry, but one of the “peones” running, without any chance, against the two main parties – suggested giving the right to vote to all citizens worldwide. In his opinion, globalisation involves everybody in this event and, therefore, everybody should be consulted when voting for the US President. Even though his proposal was a paradox, there is some truth in what he was saying. The 2004 Presidential elections involve us all, as the choice between one candidate and the other will have an effect on the policies of all countries, and consequently, on all their citizens: whether one refers to foreign policy (just think of the war in Iraq) or to domestic affairs (e.g. the economy, welfare and so on). This “instant book” contains contributions from several leading scholars. The article by Tiziano Bonazzi is written from a historical perspective, those by Erik Jones and Alessandro Brogi concern international relations, the article by Donna Miller deals with the language of the election campaign while the contributions of Stefano Ceccanti and Francesco Clementi analyse constitutional issues related to the form of government. Gianfranco Pasquino was given the cumbersome task of writing the concluding remarks bearing in mind the election results.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||50 - Curatela di opere collettanee|
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