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A War of Two Worlds – Part 1

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This 3 part series of articles attempts, through empirical analysis, and citations from relevant academic studies, to consider the barriers faced by the activist community in attempting to achieve the goals it has set for reforming the behavior of American political leadership.

In this first in the series, (A War of two Worlds - Part 1)  the author introduces a quantitative method  which facilitates the assessment of Op-Ed as well as other expository writings. While use of this tool entails considerable time, it serves to construct a framework by which objective comparisons of multiple authors, or articles can be achieved

Resulting from the large number of charts and tables comprising this article, the contents have been formatted as a number of web pages. Thus, it was originally submitted as a diary, but at the suggestion of an OEN editor, it is now resubmitted as an article in the Life_Arts_Science category, which will hopefully elicit additional interest and more importantly, useful commentary from readers.

 

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An OpEdNews editor, Sherwin Steffin is a retired educator, and research analyst. His working career ranged from classroom teacher, university administrator, founder and CEO of two software companies, independent consultant, (more...)
 

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