Democracy Essay

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Democracy Expansion
          In a democracy, the government is the spokesperson for the people and the needs they would like to be met. The government is a group of people in the state who have the ultimate authority to act on behalf of that state. A democracy is a state in which citizens vote to choose the best candidate. Democracy derived from liberalism, which is the ideology that individuals develop their capacities to the fullest. A democracy reflects the liberal value that individuals are responsible for their own choices. Citizens can be free to run their lives as they want. Democracy requires an attitude of mind, a belief that every citizen has the right to a hearing, a sense that
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Monarchy is seen as an aid in appealing to working class voters and countering socialism. Monarchy has ruled over England since the 9th century the only reason it has survived is by adapting to changing conditions and by accepting to limits on its power with the rise of new political forces. Retain formal powers to dissolve the national legislature designate a new head of government and sign legislation into law but differ to political leaders in playing those roles. “Britain will risk their survival if they become too involved in politics”(Richard Rose). A country gets caught up in politics and tries to influence events and takes sides and eventually you will end up on the loosing side. A British newspaper stated that, “ Reinforces the impression that British society is like a pyramid and that its apex, birth counts for more than merit.” Monarchy connects us to our history. Monarchy remains at the heart of the constitution.
          The United States is the most advanced of the democracy wave and sets the trend for the rest of the world to move toward a democracy. The U.S. has three branches of main government, the President, Congress, and the Supreme Court. The President is head of his party, legislative leader, and the chief executive. He is in charge of armed forces. Has the ability to ratify treaties with two- thirds of the

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