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    parties are the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party), the Congress (Indian National Congress Party), and the AAR (Aam Aadmi Party). The interviewees include a former Chief Election Commissioner, a journalist and political commentator, and three former and current politicians. The host asks each of the guests how they feel about the current election going on at the time of the interview which was conducted at the beginning of this year. Political Parties The new conference began with questions concerning the future of Delhi with the upcoming elections.…

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    Hindu Nationalism In India

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    Hindu nationalism is a political ideology which refers to Hindu religious values. The Sangh Parivar, or “family of organizations,” is a group of Hindu nationalists, which emerged from bitter confrontations with European colonists, who sought to establish their own national identity in India. In the 1920s, the Hindu nationalist movement gained support amongst Hindus who felt oppressed by the British colonists and desired a return to India’s pure roots. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), or the…

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    From 1948 to 1994 the National Party (NP) was in power in South Africa (SA). They adopted the policy of Apartheid. According to Merriam-Webster, Apartheid refers to "racial segregation or, more specifically, "a former policy of segregation and political and economic discrimination against non-European groups in the Republic of South Africa." This essay will assess the significance of Nelson Mandela in South Africa with regard to Apartheid and other influencing political factors that changed the…

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    earned his junior award. Then in 1942, his uncle died, so Nelson’s “brother” Justice became the king. That same year he returned back to school doing correspondence courses, and he earned his bachelor’s degree in law. Nelson Mandela became a part of the African National Congress (ANC). ANC was a governing social democratic political party. It was mostly made up of black middle-aged people. While Nelson was in this organization he met Evelyn Mase. She was a country girl who was in school trying…

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    India gained Independence from the British colony like the United States, but at a much later date. In addition, India also has a constitution like the United States; however, the Indian constitution provides a parliamentary form of government. The legislative and executive branches are composed together in a Parliament called a Sansad. Furthermore, the Sansad consists of two houses that include the Council of States as the upper house and People’s Assembly as the lower house. The Congress…

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    sisters. In 1928, his father died and Mandela was place under the guardian of Jongintaba Dalindyebo, who was the Thembu regent at the Great Place (Lodge, 2006). He completed his secondary education in Healdtown School. He described that his education was one that was filled with the superiority of British and the Africans were regarded as uncivilized in the history textbooks (Limb, 2008; Lodge, 2006). He was enrolled in Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Fort Hare. However, he was…

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    China Electoral System

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    independently of ethnic or race. The China electoral system is divided according to people’s congress of China into five central and local levels. Those are the National People 's Congress, the people 's congresses of provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly within the Central Government, the people 's congresses of cities put into districts, and autonomous prefectures, the people 's congresses of cities not split up into districts, municipal districts, counties and autonomous…

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    According to Christine Owens, NELP(National Employment Law Project),”If an employer advertised an entry level job [that barred unemployed applicants] and in that community the Black unemployment rate was 20 percent and the white unemployment rate was 10 percent, 20 percent of Blacks would be excluded from the get-go, and that could violate the civil rights law.” There is unequal opportunity for for African Americans in the workplace, they are not given the same chances that white people are and…

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    “A class that focused on laws affecting African Americans; many of these laws were intended to keep blacks and whites apart” (Finlayson 38). Mandela and many others did not agree with these laws. He came across the ANC, which stands for African National Congress. This group wanted racial equality throughout South Africa. Mandela was intrigued by this group and wanted to apart of it. Together they led a peaceful protest against the college and boycotted the student government elections. This…

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    Indira Nehru, also known as Indira Gandhi, was one of the most controversial prime ministers of India who led from 1966 to 1980. Gandhi came to power after the death of her father and India’s leader of the Indian National Congress at the time, Jawaharlal Nehru. She started Indian feminism and increased the potential power of women in the world, but she committed many crimes that prove that she was a bad leader for India. She did everything she could to keep herself in power even though she was…

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