American Government System Vs Parliamentary System Essay

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It does not matter what country we live; we always concern about how much power the president and the government are holding, especially in some democracy countries, such as the United States of America. In American Democracy in Peril, Hudson’s main argument regarding chapter one Separation of Powers, is American current system of government is inefficient, unaccountable, and unresponsive, and he suggests that a Parliamentary system is adopted in order to solve Pandora’s Box as government and achieve new program, which is to help the majority to achieve what they need. Does Parliamentary system function well on American government system? In my opinion, Parliamentary system is still developing. It is a good system, but it is not exactly solving most political issues in America. First, what are some advantages of the Parliamentary system? It seems superior to that of American …show more content…
In World War II, President Franklin D. Roosevelt asked Congress to declare war on Japan after Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, and Congress approved this require only in 45 minutes. There is a question, how it is possible that Congress only used 45 minutes to make such an important decision. Did they review or think carefully about Roosevelt’s required? Did the Parliamentary system work at that time? President Franklin D. Roosevelt was the only president who was served for 12 years. He was the most powerful president in American history. Also, we also watched a documentary Internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, the result of Korematsu v United States (1944) was 6-3, which mean Korematsu lost. However, in a 6-3 decision, most people were on President Franklin D. Roosevelt side, it could mean that decision was not fair enough. Or FDR might tell what his men to do. Anyway, those indicate the Parliamentary system does not work on

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