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IntroPoli SciCompar Politics

by: Boris Kuhn

IntroPoli SciCompar Politics POLI 11

Boris Kuhn

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Boris Kuhn on Thursday October 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to POLI 11 at University of California - San Diego taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see /class/226805/poli-11-university-of-california-san-diego in Political Science at University of California - San Diego.

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Date Created: 10/22/15
Lecture 6 Britain l why are the British so oldfashioned A What is the United Kingdom 9 C O The United Kingdom 2 England Scotland Wales Northern Ireland 0 A multinational and multiethnic state I Nationalism and separatism in Ireland Scotland and Wales I New immigrants many from former colonies 9 India Pakistan Caribbean Africa 0 The Four Circles Competing identities of Britain l The British Union I The EmpireCommonwealth l AngloAmerica l Europe insert a map of Britain British Society 0 The greatest modern empire 0 The first parliamentary democracy 0 The first industrialized country 0 The first capitalist country 0 The most urbanized country O A highly centralized 39 quot 0 Britain in decline throughout the 20th century societyl r 39 nancially politically cultumllyl 9 one city Londonl dominants the country Why study British Politics 0 Unique influence on US politics 0 Unique influence on world politics I Commonwealth of Nations 54 nations l English language most truly global language 0 British Political Heritage l Limited government rule ofaw l Constitutional monarchy l Parliamentarydemocracy l Parliamentaryprocedure I Political parties D Highlights of British History E quotquot G 1066 Norman Conquest 1215 Magna Charta 1295 Model Parliament 1535 Wales incorporated 164248 Civil War 1688 Glorious Revolution 1707 Scotland incorporated Treaty of Unity 1776 US Declaration of Independence 1800 Ireland incorporated 1832 Reform Act 1867 Reform Act 1911 Reform of Parliament 1922 Irish Independence 1947 Indian Independence 1973 European Union Membership The British Constitution 0 Unwritten O Constrains governments more than it protects citizens 0 Medieval and Evolutionary Principles ofthe British Constitution 0 Constitutional monarchy vs republic O Unitary government vs federalism O Parliamentary supremacy vs checksandbalances O Parliamentary government vs separation of powers 0 Majority rule Sources of the British Constitution 0 Statute Law Acts of Parliament 0 Common Law Legal Precedents 0 International Treaties EU 0 Convention Binding but unenforceable rules 0 Works of Authority Persuasive Authority Onlyl r Smart p interpret the Constitution


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