ch 1 - First stage: primary Initiative by citizen IV. Types...

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Democracy to the U.S I. American Exceptionalism Parliamentary v. presidential Muti-party v. two-party PR(proportional representation) v. SMSP(single member single plurality) Each district elect for specific person Parties- strong v. weak II. The Electoral influence in America Increasing in decade. III. What do election decide? 4 year for president, national election for 2 years, senate(100) for 3 years.
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Unformatted text preview: First stage: primary Initiative by citizen IV. Types of Government Dictator Monarchy Democracy V. Types of Democracy-Direct-Representative VI. Models for Representative Democracy Popular Model Responsible Model VII. The New Americam Democracy-The permanent Campaign Mostly likely to get them elecitve in next term VIII. Electoral Results: Majority Rule IX. Prospects for Reforms?...
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