The anti-federalists believed that the Federalists' plan posed a threat to state governments and to the rights of individuals.
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President Bush had a foreign policy that showed how the USA does not negotiate with terrorists and that force can be used if there is any external threat. A lot of the wartime activities happened outside the USA than within its borders.
A political threat refers to the disadvantages that a business can have in a country. For example: Less protection for patents and copyrights discourages technology transfer to India. That is related with the PEST analysis, which analysis the situation of a country... and how it can affect a company.
presented a direct threat to the nation.As president, George Washington did believe that the federal government needed to remain strong to prevent state or regional interests from gaining too much power.
"it didn't, fool" --George Washington
Casting away General George B. McClellan's ambitions, he was sincere in his belief that radical Republicans were a threat to his war efforts. In fact he believed that Radicalism was just as great of a threat to the US republic as Southern cession.
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If citizens were sufficiently angry at the major parties, a third party could represent a threat to the established parties. Anger could arise over endemic corruption, for example.
The threat of death was believed.
They believed that they took jobs
The United States believed the war posed a threat to world oil supplies
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The real threat of these parties is not that they will take over power in Europe.