Political science 101 January 9 2012

Those elected have an accountability to the people as

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Unformatted text preview: of a representative in office).  Not always practical.  Intemperate.  ­Those elected have an accountability to the people as a whole.  ­Two reasons for representative government:  ­Impracticalities of direct democracy  ­Intemperance of direct democracy Parliamentary Democracy  ­Form of representative government parliamentary and presidential systems.  ­“A constitution similar in principle to that of the United Kingdom”...
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