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Social Inequalities

A democratic government is a political machinery that is created by the people. The society is created by various groups of people that have freedom of choice as well as their own interest that must be taken into consideration. Due to the different and often times conflicting interests of the people, an organization such as…

The Role of Civil Society in Democracy

As one looks at the history of democracy, it is common to detect an undertone, a rush of voices clamoring for purchase in the debate regarding how the country will be governed. It is my belief that this undertone is the footprint of civil society, a segment of democratic societies that often can be difficult…

Participation is the essence of democracy

Democracy means “rule, will and power of the people” so it would seem wise that for the people to have rule and power they should participate in some way to insure that their will is carried out. Participation is traditionally thought to mean just voting although this isn’t the case; there are other means such…

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Growth of Democracy

In the 1850s, the people of Britain had many problems and were very dissatisfied. The total population at the time was twenty-two and a quarter million. There was also rapid social and economical change. People had moved from the rural areas to the more urban areas of the country to work in the new industrial…

What is the purpose of elections and do they guarantee a democracy

The term ‘democracy’ derives from Greek, translating to “the rules of the people”. However, in modern times the definition of ‘democracy’ has been expanded, to describe a (Liberal) philosophy that insists on the right and the capacity of a people, acting either directly or through representatives, to control their institutions for their own purposes. This…

To what extent had Democracy in Britain been achieved by 1918

Democracy- the binding of people in a country together ruling under a Government by the people or their elected representatives. ‘By the people, Of the people, For the people. ‘ In 1850 however, this was certainly not the case. Britain was still ruled under a fairly strict tri-partait system consisting of the House of Commons,…

The role of the state in modern day democracy

The role of the state in modern day democracy is a subject of wide debate. Some feel that the growth of the state needs to be limited, and some feel that growth should be encouraged. Those who oppose state growth believe it to be harmful to citizens freedom and to the nature of democracy, they…

The democratic deficit can be closed by simply extending the powers of the European Parliament

There are many different definitions of what the democratic deficit is, and in fact on whether or not there even is such a thing as a democratic deficit in the European Union to be able to give a definitive definition of it. European Union scholars Majone and Moravcsik believe there is a credibility crisis not…

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