International Studies Week 5
International Studies Week 5 INTSTDS 3350
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International Studies 3350 Week 5 m Theory Presidentialism vs Parliamentarism 0 De nition 0 Prevalence 0 Which is better Application Political systems 0 US France UK Preliminaries 12 0 Topic 0 Regime Types presidentialism Pres vs PArliamentariasm PARL 0 Executive legislation relations 0 Different types of representative democracy in terms of o Delegation o Accountability 0 Different classi cations typologies de nitions exist in the literature 0 Descriptive vs analytical Preliminaries 22 0 Agreement on Pres vs Parl o USvsUK Disagreement on hybrid cases De nitions Pres and parl different in how executive power is constituted o Parl subordinated to legislative assembly 0 Pres itself elected and separated Watched Documentary France in the 17005 Rich most powerful Strong army Philosophers led the Enlightenment In uential in fashion art and cloths All of the upper class of Europe knew French But was suffering a growing economic crisis made dif cult by the traditional politicalsocial system Causes of the French Revolution Context 0 Absolutism o Ancien Regime 0 Poor harvest and high taxation 0 Enlightenment philosophers Triggers 0 Bankruptcy 0 Famine o Estates general Know the 3 Estates First High ranking members of church and high privileged Second Nobility privileged class Third Everyone else France is Bankrupt Louis XVI lavished money on himself Queen Marie Antoinette was seen as a wasteful spender Government found its funds depleted as a result of wars De cit Spending Privileged class would not submit to being taxed Famine Worst famine in memory Tennis Court Oath This estate declare itself to be National Assembly Louis XVI responded by locking them out They then went to a tennis court and wrote a constitution for France On June 1789 Louis XVI relented and made 3 estates come together and vote on a constitution for France He had no intention of abiding to the constitution JacquesLouis David drew a very famous Painting Four Phases of the French Revolution 0 National Assembly 1789 KNOW WHAT HAPPENED ON 1789 Since Louis XVI had no intention of following the constitution and intended to use military force so the National Assembly rebelled and the French Revolution started 0 Legislative Assembly Conven on 0 Reign of Terror Everybody s heads getting chopped off 0 Sep 5 1793July 27 0 Directory Constitution of 1791 Has democratic features Limited monarchy Laws were created Feudalism was aboHshed Undemocratic feature Voting was limited to taxpayers Of ces were reserved to property owners This new gov was known as Legislative Assembly
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