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PAF 101 Module 3, Lecture 5 “A population undergoing drastic change is a population of misfits.” Eric Hoffer, The Ordeal of Change.

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1 PAF 101 Module 3, Lecture 5 “A population undergoing drastic change is a population of misfits.” Eric Hoffer, The Ordeal of Change

2 Agenda Announcements Dale Carnegie American Foreign Policy Next Class

3 Here is an alum! Coplin’s Favorite Student
Katie Hoole, Teach for America (TFA) in Tulsa, OK Currently first grade teacher Staying to be a founding teacher at College Bound Academy, a new charter school in Tulsa me!

4 Average of 1.3 years of reading growth


6 Kelleigh’s Cause Website Proposal
Kelleigh’s Cause is 501(c)3 charity founded to raise funds and awareness to support drug research for the rare disease Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM). Started in Central New York, the organization has quickly become recognized across the country as one of only a few resources for families of children who suffer from AVM. Our website needs have exceeded our current skills and training. Kelleigh’s Cause is looking for a student or students to update and modernize our website “” for more functionality and professional design. Resources are available to purchase necessary software applications to support the project. Would like to have the updates in place by April 1st to enhance our upcoming fundraising events. Contact Dan Gustafson at or (315)

7 Kelleigh’s Cause Website Proposal
Update to improve the look and professionalism of the page Make the page easy for our organizations volunteers to edit Support shopping cart software for online sales Support video presentations Accept charitable contributions on the site Accept fundraiser participation sign-up and payments Calendar to show and list upcoming events Contact information for the organization Create event pages to highlight specific activities Placement of advertisement and sponsor logos

8 Apply to be a TA Application can be found on the PAF Website under resources Application must be ed to Lily Kim at by March 17th If you have any questions Lily Kim at

9 Exercise 6.3 Wherever we say public policy we mean public policy tool.
Never state a public policy without stating the tool.

10 Competition Points Winners Losers As of 3/2/2015 Group # Points 14 18
17 1 13 2 12 8 11 5 10 6 9 3 7 16 Winners Losers As of 3/2/2015

11 Dale Carnegie Presentations
Three TA's present how they use DC to fix a problem. Two Groups will be called on to state what DC principle the TA used. First group to stand and give the correct DC principle wins 1 competition point for their group. If neither group knows the correct DC principle, another randomly selected group will be called on. Do not raise your hand.

12 Dale Carnegie Principles
Don't criticize, condemn or complain. Give honest and sincere appreciation. Arouse the other person an eager want. Become genuinely interested in other people. Remember that a man's name is to him the sweetest and most important sound in any language. Be a good listener. Encourage others to talk about themselves. Talk in the terms of the other man’s interest. Make the other person feel important and do it sincerely. Avoid arguments. Never tell someone they are wrong If you're wrong, admit it quickly and emphatically. Begin in a friendly way. Start with questions the other person will answer yes to. Let the other person do the talking. Let the other person feel the idea is his/hers. Try honestly to see things from the other person's point of view. Sympathize with the other person. Appeal to noble motives. Dramatize your ideas. Throw down a challenge. Begin with praise and honest appreciation. Call attention to other people's mistakes indirectly. Talk about your own mistakes first. Ask questions instead of giving direct orders. Let the other person save face. Praise every improvement. Give them a fine reputation to live up to Encourage them by making their faults seem easy to correct. Make the other person happy about doing what you suggest.

13 American Foreign Policy
Policy Decisions American Foreign Policy

14 Why this lecture on American Foreign Policy?
I can only provide my speculation, but it may be different from other speculation you may be been subjected to Too many have little or no knowledge of the facts and those that have some knowledge of the facts can’t detect nonsense The law of unintended consequences always works

15 Winton Churchill Saw Hitler For What He Was and Acted
- Hitler was a Dangerous Piece of ??? -Chicken ??? Leaders in Britain and France Treated Hitler as if he were a human being -Winston Churchill made the Correct diagnoses and took action

16 Truman Drops the A-Bomb on Japan 1945
-Truman had enough guts to drop the A-Bomb to end the war with Japan -Did he make the right decision? What’s the answer to that question? -Truman is not a war criminal even if middle school teachers like to assign that idea as a discussion topic.

17 Truman Protects South Korea 1951?
-1952 – US protects S. Korea after an attack by North Korea -Based on the Cold War Mentality -Could it be just a civil war with nothing to do with the Cold War?

18 Gotta Love Mutual Assured Destruction
You gotta love the Balance of Terror…

19 Vietnam: Communism is Not Like Fertilizer
Kennedy gets suck into Vietnam War Johnson let it continue because he had more important matters and listen to Secretary of Defense McNamara and Thomas Shelling ? Nixon got us out

20 Did Reagan Really Make the Soviet Union Collapse
1991- Soviet Union collapses which Reagan takes credit for although it probably would have happened anyway Was the collapse of the Soviet Union a good thing

21 Iraq War #1 1991-Saddam broke the rules
-Saddam Hussein starts the first nation to nation War since WWII -HW Bush stops him but fails to eliminate him -Guy on right is Ali Hassan al-Majid “Chemical Ali” led the genocide against Kurds

22 Osama Bin Ladin too Slick for Slick Willy
Clinton was great on Domestic Matters Bin Laden was a rich, partying person until her got “religion” but what was the religion Reagan paid for Bin Laden’s education

23 Bush Overreaches -Afghanistan- Taliban is not the enemy
-Iraq Invasion-Saddam Hussein needed to be replaced by another dictator

24 Obama Creates Instability
-Encourages masses to become violent under the direction of extremists by talking about freedom and democracy -Arab Spring-Nice phrase for Arab chaos in Middle East

25 2015---Violence Metastasizes
-True Believers believe in anything that gets followers -Groups who are violent have a great business model as long as we let them -We have been through this before in Colombia, Peru and Sri Lanka but not worldwide

26 Competition Workshop Next Class!
The societal problem is: Syracuse University undergraduates have too much debt when they graduate. Bring Exercise 5.1 A and B to class topic for competition workshop for Wednesday 3/4 Meet in your competition location and bring your Maxwell Manual

27 For next class… Paper due 3/18
Bring Exercise 5.1 A and B on class topic for competition workshop for Wednesday 3/4 or lose 5 points Meet in competition locations

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