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  • Liberal Party Of Australia
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    Yr 10 commerce assignment Introduction: This assignment deals with the Australian Labor Party (ALP) and the Australian Liberal Party. It will go explain in depth their origins, motives objectives and achievements. History: Labor Party: The Labor party has recently celebrated its centenary in 1991, making it Australia's oldest party. Labor first became a Federal Party when the former colonies of Australia federated in 1901. Separate labour parties had been established in the colonies during the f...
  • Current Federal Governing Party In Canada
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    The Four Political Parties of Canada In a country as vast and as culturally diverse as Canada, many different political opinions can be found stretched across the country. From the affluent neighbourhoods of West Vancouver to the small fishing towns located on the east coast of Newfoundland, political opinions and affiliations range from the left wing to the right wing. To represent these varying political views, Canada has four official national political parties to choose from: the Liberals (w...
  • Purposelessness Of Political Conflict In Colombia
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    A major preoccupation with contemporary South American novelists, as seen with Gabriel Marquezs "100 years of solitude" and Isabelle Allendes "The house of the spirits", is the traditional and long lasting conflict between the Liberals and the conservatives. Although a common preoccupation with Marquez, Allende, and various other Latin American novelists the manner in which this preoccupation is expressed varies considerably depending on the author. In "100 years of solitude", Marquez looks to s...
  • Democracy And Liberalism
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    Americans seem to have lost any sense whatsoever of what liberalism means and what it strives to insure. Liberals have insisted that tyranny can only be combated by the multiplication and fragmentation of power. A free society is one in which there are various centers of power, various positions from which people have the ability to influence decisions. That's the whole point behind creating three branches of government, the vaunted "separation of powers". Liberalism aims to insure peace and pre...
  • Liberal Party Of Canada
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    Through Canada's one hundred thirty years as a nation, it has developed and changed. These developments and changes have been influenced through the main political parties of Canada. The two main political parties of Canada throughout the years have been the Progressive Conservative Party and the Liberal Party. The Reform Party, the New Democratic Party, and the Bloc Quebecois, form the minority parties of this country. Each one of these parties have their own views and policies that distinguish...
  • Loss Of The Liberal Parties
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    Putin's Way After the fall of communism and the advent of democracy, the Soviet constitution was amended to delete the provision that the CPSU was the 'leading and guiding' force in the political system. As a result, many political groups began to operate more openly in Russia. The constitution of 1993 guarantees further Russians' right to a multiparty system. Despite that "the Duma that results [today] is a democrat's nightmare: three parties whose only ideologies are an almost slavish loyalty ...
  • Evident Weaknesses Of The Labour Party
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    The setting up of the Labour Representation Committee in 1900 caused no great stir at the time, and there were few who regarded it as more than another pressure group aiming to strengthen the labour cause. However, by 1931 the Labour Party had been in office on two occasions and had overtaken the Liberals as the second party in Britain. How did this situation arise What factors, social, economic, and political played a part What contribution did individuals make What effect did circumstances suc...
  • Liberal Party Of Canada
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    LIBERAL PARTY PLATFORM OVERVIEW OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL THE LIBERAL PLAN FOR THE FUTURE OF CANADA STRONG FINANCES As of January 1, 2001, we will reduce the 29% top tax rate to 26% for incomes ranging from $60,000 to $100,000, and we will eliminate the deficit reduction surtax. In 2000, we reduced the 26% middle rate for those earning between $30,000 and $60,000 to 24%. As of January 1, 2001, we will reduce it further, to 22%. As of January 1, 2001, we will reduce the bottom rate to 16% from 17% for ...
  • Quebec Liberal Party
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    In Claude Ryan's manifesto, Liberal Values in Contemporary Quebec, he describes concerns and progress through the years of the Quebec liberal government. Ryan outlines ways in which they have addressed (or, very infrequently, plan to address) these issues in his essay. Explored here will be two of the central contexts of social welfare-feminism and an aging population (as illustrated in Armitage's Social Welfare in Canada) and how they are reflected, attended to, and cause conflict in Ryan's vie...
  • Decline Of The Liberal Party
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    This refers to the decline of the Liberal Party in Britain in the Late 19th Century and the early 20th Century. In particular the 1906 election which saw a triumph for the party has been selected as the point to assess its decline. The Liberal Party had been one of the dominant forces in British politics in the 19th century. But after the end of the First World War it faced a decline it failed to recover from. The historiographical debate on this has tended to focus on whether one could see the ...
  • Liberal Party Of Australia
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    How and when the party was founded The Liberal party of Australia was founded in 1944 after a three- day meeting being held in a small hall not far from Parliament House in Canberra. Robert Menzies, the Prime Minister of Australia from 1939 to 1941, believed that Australian people should be provided with an alternative government by uniting non - Labor parties together Robert Menzies organized 80 men and women from, 19 non - Labor politics to attend the first Canberra conference. During the conf...
  • Lloyd George
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    Account For The Fall Of Lloyd George Account For The Fall Of Lloyd George In 1922 Unfortunately for Lloyd George his achievements, such as The Sex Disqualification Removal Act (1919), The Addison Housing Act (1919) and the Rent Act (1920) were not enough to save the coalition. He had been losing working-class support steadily and it was 'significant that Labour won 13 by-elections between 1918 and 1922. Much depended on whether the Conservative MPs would continue to support him at the next gener...

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