AMPOL

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AMPOLAmerican Politics (Journal)
AMPOLAustralian Motorists' Petrol Company (Petrol brand owned by Caltex)
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Every one in polite circles knew that, in America, "a gentleman couldn't go into politics." But, since he could hardly put it in that way to Winsett, he answered evasively: "Look at the career of the honest man in American politics! They don't want us."
There is undoubtedly a great deal of corruption in American politics. I suppose you allude to that?
I sincerely believe that in all the madness of American politics, few public men would have been so earnestly, devotedly, and affectionately caressed, as this most charming writer: and I have seldom respected a public assembly more, than I did this eager throng, when I saw them turning with one mind from noisy orators and officers of state, and flocking with a generous and honest impulse round the man of quiet pursuits: proud in his promotion as reflecting back upon their country: and grateful to him with their whole hearts for the store of graceful fancies he had poured out among them.
In American politics, a person who having failed to secure and office from the people is given one by the Administration on condition that he leave the country.
Dale Masons Indian Gaming: Tribal Sovereignty and American Politics. Indian gambling--I prefer not to use Mason's "gaming" euphemism--is the latest skirmish in a 200-year triangular war between the federal government, states, and tribes over Indian sovereignty.
The fourth edition of this textbook on American politics for undergraduate students has been revised to comment upon the dramatic changes in the government since the re-election of George W.
By encouraging contributions to parties instead of to individual candidates, we can actually limit corruption in American politics. The likelihood of a quid-pro-quo is always greater if the money goes directly to a candidate.
of Utah) discern a greater confluence of political parties, interest groups, and campaigns in American politics in recent years and structure their introductory textbook on American politics accordingly by including three separate sections on each.
Maybe he has a Mephistopheles effect on me, but I still think the guy is very smart about the subtleties of American politics. When he worked for President Clinton, I put the ratio at about one brilliant idea for every nine duds.
For general readers and high school students in just this situation, Stanley (American politics and political economy, Southern Methodist U.) and Niemi (political science, U.
It reveals that third parties have a future in American politics only if national campaign finance and voter registration rules come to resemble those now in force in Minnesota.
Keeping the Republic: Power and Citizenship in American Politics, 9th Edition
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