What is the institutional theory?
The institutional theory is an idea where policy analysis is closely related to government institutions because they are the ones that enforce the ideas that were created through Public Policy analysis. Through this, the policies are able to implemented and further amended before it will go through further in the process.
Describe the three aspects of the collision theory.
The collision theory is an outline for how chemical reactions occur and the conditions needed for it to occur. The aspects are: the correct orientation must be present, the particles must collide, and the activation energy must be greater than or equal to the required energy for the reaction to occur.
To what extent did the election of 1860 have an effect on the the future of the United States of America?
The election of 1860 featured four candidates: Abraham Lincoln, Stephen A. Douglas, John Bell, and John C. Breckinridge. Each of these candidates had their unique approach for the issue of slavery in the territories. This election would decide on whether the south would secede from the union or not. The eventual elected candidate Abraham Lincoln set a shock wave throughout the south to secede from the union because he didn't share the same political beliefs as them.