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    Before one is able to understand the political system of Aruba, they must first become familiar with the history of the island. Aruba is now a part of the Royal Dutch Kingdom, however 500 years ago it was discovered by a Spaniard named Alonso de Ojeda. Initially it was Spanish territory, but the French and English also assumed control of the island at various points in history. Pirates and privateers used the island as a safe refuge to restock their supply of fresh water and supplies(Hartog

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    Freedom and Equality in the Comparison of Political Systems ABSTRACT: The notions of freedom and equality in a group are precisely defined in terms of individual exertions of influence or power. Freedom is discussed in the version ‘freedom from’ influence rather than in the version ‘freedom to do’ what one wants. It is shown that at the ideal conceptual level complete freedom implies equality. Given the plausibility of the definitions this shows that political ‘folk rhetorics’ in which freedom and

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    The definition of the term “Political Systems” is considered one of the most complexed things, due to the difficulty of reaching a precise definition of the political system, which is because of the ambiguity and the remote of classification that is raised for this political term. The phrase “political systems” is a language of two words, namely: (systems) and (politics). The system is to arrange things in a particular manner, to achieve a specific goal. And the order’s assumptions concentrates on

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    another than ever before. One casualty of this national disillusionment is the American political system. The average citizen no longer trusts the government to do what is in the nation’s best interest. A rapidly growing number of Americans do not bother to vote. Many feel that their participation in the system will have little or no effect in the long run. Some believe that the answer to such widespread political apathy is the internet. All major campaigns now have websites capable of accepting online

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    acceptable as arbiters of political power in a civilized society. Throughout most of our ancient and medieval history, there is no clear evidence of a theory of state at work. While the absolute power of the absolute monarchy was accepted, the relative self-governing state of individuals and groups from state power was recognized and respected in large spheres of human endeavor. I am a student from India and I would like to tell you about my countries political system. India is the largest practicing

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    Introduction Political culture can be defined as certain convictions, values and attitudes which is shared by a society or larger community with regards to political activity, actions and the political system and which forms the foundation on which most political systems are based (Manheim, 1982:49). Furthermore, political culture also contains the role of an individual within a political system (Diamond, 1999: 163). Societies are largely heterogeneous in many aspects and thus it can be problematic

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    Economic and Political Systems

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    According to the Oxford dictionary, capitalism is “an economic and political system in which a country’s trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state.” (Oxford) Over the past few decades, the world has witnessed a significant number of companies in developed economies move their factories to countries with looser labor laws and cheaper costs of labor such as China in order to increase profits and please their shareholders. As a result, more sweatshops in

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    The American Political System The American political system is a federal system, which consists of division of a national government and state governments. However, it was not always a federal system, it was not based on the Constitution, but on the Articles of Confederation. This system divides authority

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    The Japanese Political System

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    From the Meiji Restoration era, democratization efforts were undertaken to modernize Japan. A bicameral system of legislature as well as local, though unelected assemblies were created in the image of the Prussian model (Haddad, 2012, p. 50) and a Constitution placing absolute power with the monarch was formed. Although the main intention of the oligarchs behind the Constitution was to have the national Diet as an advisory body, they "created a series of 'transcendental cabinets' which answered to

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    The Danish political system The Danish Political System is democratic. Something special about the Danish democracy is that the States administration is established on a voluntary agreement between the citizens of the country and the constitutional monarchy. The citizens use their influence indirectly through voting for parties, which is also know as a representative democracy. Folketinget is the danish Parliament and is the legislative assembly in Denmark, which means that it passes the Acts that

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