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In a well-written, concise paper, trace the process of CREATION, MAINTENANCE, an
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In a well-written, concise paper, trace the process of CREATION, MAINTENANCE, an
In a well-written, concise paper, trace the process of CREATION, MAINTENANCE, and DECAY in ONE (1) of the following systems: 1) The US supported governments in Afghanistan. 2) The Byzantine Empire. 3) The Arbenz regime in Guatemala. 4) The French in Indochina (Vietnam). 5) The Mugabe regime in Zimbabwe. It is important to note that I am not looking for an historical account of these systems, i.e., what happened and when. I am looking for an analysis of why. Of course it will be necessary to include historical facts in your analysis, but the focus should be on the process of creation, maintenance, and decay. The following questions can be used as a guide: CREATION: 1) What were the old social facts that no longer worked? 2) Analyze and explain the human needs and why they weren’t being satisfied by the social facts. MAINTENANCE: 1) What were the institutions (new social facts) that maintained the system? 2) Who controlled them? 3) How were they enforced? DECAY: 1) Why did the regime decay? Analyze the institutions of maintenance and explain what led to their failure? 2) Analyze and explain the new human needs and why they weren’t being satisfied by the “new” social facts. The paper should be typed, double spaced, and between 5-7 pages in length. There must be notes where appropriate, a bibliography, and a title page. Try not to fill your bibliography with the same type of source. For example, newspaper articles, weekly magazines such as Time, on-line encyclopedias, and the Internet are good for obtaining general background information, but should not be relied upon exclusively. Your main sources should be scholarly, in-depth analytic works.

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