Introduction to Political Science PART 16 – Measuring Development

Welcome to the last post in my introductory series about political science. The topic of today is development. A common way to measure a country’s development is by measuring its economic growth. However, if only a small minority of people […]

Introduction to Political Science PART 15 – Governing Capitalism

In the previous post, we learned about the competing interests of capital owners and workers. Because of that competition, compromise is necessary if the people of a country want to have both a democratic political system and a capitalist economic […]