Corporate influence on our political system anthony wade dr donatus uzomah english 215 june 4, 2011 corporate influence on our political system the american political system is built on simple but revolutionary principles from our founding fathers.
The political system in our country today, including: communist party of vietnam, the socialist republic of vietnam and the socio-political organization the politics of the socialist republic of vietnam is a law-governed state. Much like our country, canada’s two main political parties are the liberals and conservatives, but more have sprung up over the years, and the country has come up from a two party system to the multi party system it calls its own today. The political system up to this day is unique but leaves too many national issues to be lost in legalities, slowing the nation down while political and economic developments move faster and faster in our modern world.
Our political system originally began with the declaration of independence written by thomas jefferson on july 4, 1776 following that document were the articles of confederation, which were adopted in 1777.
Our nation’s two main parties are republican and democrat the democratic party was founded in 1828, and our republican party was founded in 1854 since 1856, these have been the only major parties our political system has succeeded in many ways one way would be our checks and balances within the federal government and on a local level.
The political party voted into power is given the right to make decisions for the country if the citizens of the country wish to vote for another party, they may do so in the next election different societies in the world today believe that one system is the rational and politically correct one. Has our political system succeeded our political system originally began with the declaration of independence written by thomas jefferson on july 4, 1776 following that document were the articles of confederation, which were adopted in 1777 this was the first attempt to set up a government.