John, Kenneth B. (2001) Anti-parliamentary passage: South Wales and the internationalism of Sam Mainwaring (1841-1907). You ask whether everything will be FINE”, and whether there is NO Problem with democratic socialism”. Before answering, I wish to make it clear that I am a staunch Socialist, and a Corbynite; albeit I don’t believe in ‘all’ of Jeremy Corbyn’s policies, but nothing is ever perfect. 31 Mary Jane Lenz. Small Spirits: Native American Dolls From the National Museum of the American Indian. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2004) p.66. As my opinion of the country and the government is the cause of the decline of the US, I would also say how the people see themselves might be part of the problem. Most democracies are liberal democracies to some degree. The Western industrial countries combine procedural democracy with guarantees of civil liberties. Any state that embraces liberal principles is likely to become a democracy, because political participation, competition, and accountability are perhaps the best guarantees that individual freedoms will be preserved. Thus the terms “liberal” and “democracy” often go hand in hand. It is possible, however, that a country could be an illiberal democracy. For example, states with official racialist or nationalist ideologies might choose their leaders in elections but deny liberty to members of particular minority groups. Serbia and Iran are contemporary illiberal democracies. It is also possible-although unlikely-that a country could be a liberal state without being a democracy. 17 The political philosopher Michael Walzer makes this point: “Even in the absence of free elections, it is possible to have a free press, religious freedom, associational pluralism, the right to organize unions, the right to move freely, and so on.” 18 In the 19th century Britain embraced liberal principles before it extended the franchise and became a democracy. In theory, a polity governed by a benevolent despot could respect most or all of the individual liberties associated with liberalism. In practice, relatively few contemporary states are liberal without being democratic. But the founding of civil law is something of a myth. In the times when civil law originated, the bulk of most populations was illiterate. These citizens did not have copies of the civil codes that purported to govern them. The civil‐​law tradition relies on the fiction that certain powerful men produced laws—but they actually arose like common law from the time‐​worn habits and customs of their subjects. I would say no. I have never heard of hippie parents preferring to send their children there nor hippie teens in high school preferentially applying to Dartmouth. That said, there are some background matters that may account for why someone would ask this question. While most Native Americans (some prefer the term First Americans) are poor, not all are. Some work their way to middle class and there are a very rare few wealthy Native American families. Back in the bad old days, the Dawes Act was passed in order to destroy (assimilate) “Indians” and make the Red Man white. Children were taken away from their parents on reservations, put in Indian boarding schools, and beaten if they spoke tribal languages or evidenced any knowledge of their culture. The children of chiefs and prominent Native Americans were sent to Dartmouth, an Ivy League school, more than most any other institution of higher learning.

As far as house cleaning prices go it will differ from business cleaning prices. Most janitorial cleaning quotes start with the size of the building and how much debris needs to be removed. The sources of the UK’s unwritten constitution include Acts of the UK Parliament , judicial decisions and conventions. Conventions are not laws but are long established traditions which are followed because they have just simply become recognised as the right way to do things. One example of a convention is that judges do not undertake activities associated with political parties. Geschichtstheatergesellschaft 1848 German revolutionaries in the American Civil War. The founding fathers realized more than any that the delicacies of democracy were to be thwarted on all sides by the perversion of influence and greed. Franklin stated “Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote!”. That is why they created the government as a republic so some oversight might create more of a check on the system. But Franklin only knew too well that the odds were steeped against it. Outside Independence Hall when the Constitutional Convention of 1787 ended, a Mrs. Powel of Philadelphia asked Benjamin Franklin, “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?” With no hesitation whatsoever, Franklin responded, “A republic, if you can keep it.” As you can see a democracy was not what they envisioned. The supremacy of the UK Parliament is another important part of the constitution The UK Parliament is regarded as the highest source of law. It has the right to make any law it chooses, and no person or body is able to override or set aside laws made by the UK Parliament (only the UK Parliament itself may do so). The UK Parliament is made up of two houses: the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Members of the House of Commons are democratically elected and therefore it is thought that Parliament should have the supreme authority when making laws that determine the rights and responsibilities of every individual in the country. Bernie Sanders has been quite cagey about what he means by socialism. When pressed, he says that he favors a comparison of his vision with the Nordic near beer of what is commonly termed social democracy” and that others have labeled cuddly capitalism.” He has surely been a socialist long enough to know that socialists have consistently distinguished their vision from social democracy, though they acknowledge that the social-democratic project is an improvement by their lights upon neoliberal capitalism. Perhaps Sanders regards social democracy as a transitional stage on the way to a thoroughgoing American socialism. He seems reluctant to say, either way.