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  • Socialism In Britain After The Labour Party
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    Introduction With the campaign 'New Labour Because Britain Deserves Better', it appeared that the new look of the Labour Party was so promising that most Britons have poured their votes for the Labour Party, and Tony Blair and his family moved to stay at the 10th Downing Street. It is said that the New Labour won the election, because they have tried to understand what British people wanted. Like it or not, the New Labour has simply followed Margaret Thatcher's achievements. Moreover, Tony Blair...
  • Liberal Partys Aboriginal Affairs Policy
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    For much of their history, Australias major parties did not perceive a need to have Aboriginal affairs policies, but this altered in the 1960's and 1970's as the Aboriginal interest came to occupy a more prominent position. The policies of recent major governments, those being the Australian Labor Party (ALP) and the Coalition, consisting of the Liberal Party and National Party, have changed drastically since the Federation of Australia. The approaches throughout history of these major parties w...
  • Political Consensus And Consensus In Policy
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    In order to have a stable government it is important to have consensus. Consensus is a general understanding and agreement on fundamental principles. In politics there are three main types of consensus, Societal Consensus, Political Consensus and consensus in policy making. Societal consensus is overall public opinion, the political beliefs of the public. Normally most peoples political opinions are not too diverse, the majority falling somewhere around the centre ground. The area of the politic...
  • One Party Ldp Rule
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    Bureaucracy in Japan Ever since its establishment in 1955, the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) has maintained its one-party rule, and it continues to hold the highest executive power, being the prime minister ship, and the cabinet. The LDP's one party rule has shaped the Japanese political economy by creating very close ties between the political, bureaucratic, and industrial / business structure. This has been done through the auspices of institutions such as Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry an...
  • Major And Minor Party's Policy Outlines
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    Question 4: Some commentators argue that the major parties (Labour and Liberal-National Coalition) are now indistinguishable, with the only policy variety in Australian politics coming from the minor parties. Assess these claims (there are 2) for the period since the election of the first Howard government in 1996, focussing on one of the following areas! V ( ) Environmental Policy Environmental policies are ones that occur in almost all of the major and minor party's policy outlines. This is no...
  • Foreign Policy Stances Of Federalists And Republicans
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    At the end of the Revolutionary Era there was a common fear of factionalism and the possible tyranny of the majority in the United States. In fact, the new Constitution was designed to minimize the effects of factionalism -- it was believed that a large republic would balance the interests of factionalism. However, policy disputes were inevitable, and political alliances formed around these disputes. Was the first-American party system the inevitable if not necessary result of policy disputes? B...
  • Rationalise The Labour Party Organisation
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    As Eric Shaw rightfully points out between 1979 and 1983 Labour was "wrenched apart by ruptures of an unprecedented ferocity which inflicted enduring harm on its public image and contributed to the electoral disaster of 1983". (Shaw, 162) After the General Election defeat in 1979, the Labour party began to follow the outmoded ideas of the left-wing tradition touted by Tony Benn who had stepped in after the 1979 defeat to fill the intellectual vacuum that existed within the Party. At this period ...
  • Policy Of The Canadian Alliance
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    Feminist thought and action has evolved quite dramatically over the past century. What was once a struggle to achieve equal political rights, such as voting rights for women, has become a more wide-ranging set of goals to achieve equality between men and women in all realms. Over the past four decades, feminist thought has diversified into three rather distinct groups: liberal feminism, Marxist feminism and radical feminism. Each espouses equality for women, although each sees the roots of gende...

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