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    Liberal Party Structure

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    While both structure and agency played a key role in the replacing of the Liberal party with Labour it could be said that structure worked more as a catalyst while agency played a direct part in the replacement of the Liberal party; it could be argued “structure and agency [cannot] be divorced” (McHugh, 2001, p.6). While values giving way to class and an electorate tripling in size does create some convincing arguments that structure is the best explanation for Labour replacing the Liberal party as the main opposition to the Conservatives it seems that agency underpins these; the argument that the Liberals failed to find an unchanging ideological position seems to run through the core of their demise; this mixed with their apparent insecurity…

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    The Liberal Party

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    bit to realize how to achieve it. After the advanced polling, the two major parties running against each other are the Conservative party and the Liberal. The Globe’s election forecast has estimated that if the election happened today, the NDP had a 0% chance of achieving the most seats, where the conservatives have a 22% chance, and Liberals are the favorites with 79%. Therefore, this analysis would be focused around the two front running parties. There have been many debates between the two…

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    In 2015 the Liberals engineered one of the greatest political comebacks of a generation going from thirty-four seats in parliament to a stunning one hundred and eight four, despite the fact they were trailing in third place when the campaign began (Andrew-Gee, 2015). A victory of this margin deserves to be analyzed if for the mere fact that the Liberal Party will use the victory as a mandate to enact their agenda. This paper will argue that the Liberal Party’s victory was the result of a adept…

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    The Liberal Party has been governing Canada for many years. They were able to govern for many years because they used the formula for success, which is the straddling of political center, created under the leadership of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. The liberal party has been successful over the years, having created many governments and gave Canada more than 10 prime ministers. Although it wasn't always this way as in the first few years of confederation the liberal party has little success with beating…

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    The Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) is the key party initiating changes which have affected the transformation of the Japanese political system and the beyond recognition of the two leading parties (LDP and (DPJ) for many decades. It can be seen that the LDP set out to demolish the once prevalent myth which Japanese politics is a stagnant set of entrenched interests systems that seem basically undemocratic for the opposition parties. In fact, Japanese parties and politicians are increasingly…

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    Communications Malcolm Turnbull successfully challenged the Prime Minister Tony Abbott on 15 September 2015, for the Liberal Party leadership. With the change of leadership in the Liberal Party, Prime Minister Turnbull announced his new cabinet on 20 September 2015, where Marise Payne was appointed as the new Minister for Defence. These changes may impact on how the Government directs the ADF’s strategic future. The parameters governing the strategic future of the ADF in terms of modernising…

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    Justin Trudeau Analysis

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    This article is about Justin Trudeau, the leader of the Liberal party of Canada and the plans of a Liberal government. In this article, Trudeau announced in Toronto’s Leaside neighbourhood that the first thing the Liberals would do is cut taxes for the middle class while increasing taxes for the wealthiest percent of Canadians by bringing a new 33 percent tax bracket. He states that the Liberals have a clear plan to put more money in the lower and middle classes pockets and goes on to criticize…

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    Justin Trudeau Leadership

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    The leader of the Liberal party, Justin Trudeau, has promised middle class Canadians a real change. His plan includes a higher tax rates from families with annual income of 200,000 and higher. Currently the wealthiest 1% of Canadians are paying 29% tax and Mr. Trudeau is planning on changing the rate to 33%. He is also committed to lowering the tax rates for the working class; currently most middle class families pay 22% and Mr. Trudeau’s goal is to make it to 20%. The liberal leader also talked…

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    especially the debate between parties having power.” https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/politics I believe that politics relates to the decisions made to do with countries or the government. A politician is a person who contributes their opinion on decisions and suggestions about laws, whether they are for the state or country. They represent the people of their allocated area (city, state, country etc.). The politicians will fight for what they want to see as a part of their party,…

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    Vietnam War Media Coverage

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    “More than ever before TV showed the terrible human suffering and sacrifice of war.” (Australia and the Vietnam war, 2007) This statement made by Richard Nixon highlights the impact of media coverage of the war on Australians. Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam war between the years of 1962-1972 was a very polarising issue in Australia’s history. In the early stages of war, there seemed to be a lack of interest among the public, however, this disinterest turned into growing opposition and…

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