Parliamentary vs. Presidential Democracy Explained
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Parliamentary vs. Presidential Democracy Explained

This is an explanation of the two main systems of democratic government: Presidential and Parliamentary. Around the world there are many variations of these two types, but we’re going to focus on the United States and the United Kingdom because they exist on the opposite ends of the democratic spectrum, and they’ve been the most […]

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The Era of State Constitution Writing [No. 86]
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The Era of State Constitution Writing [No. 86]

This is a part of the story of the American Constitution, the U.S. Constitution, that really has been neglected. The greatest era of constitution writing in American history, indeed in world history, is between 1776 and the summer of 1787. In other words, before the Framers got together in Philadelphia. And that’s because the former […]

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Scalia: Women’s Rights Not In Constitution
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Scalia: Women’s Rights Not In Constitution

justice antonin scalia is particularly justice he claims to be very principled and uh… arguable respectively combo unicef that is not true is not going is not principle uh… and explain why right that he recently said at the university of california since college of law speech if the car society wants outlaw discrimination by […]

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Slavery, States Rights, and the Constitution [No. 86]
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Slavery, States Rights, and the Constitution [No. 86]

Some have questioned the legitimacy of the original Constitution because they claim that the Founders supported slavery and therefore anything that they did is illegitimate. In fact, many of the Founders were quite opposed to slavery and the Constitution was a result of a compromise between states where slavery was abolished or was going to […]

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