Republican Polity In The United States

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The U.S. republican polity has absorbed the concept of Athenian democracy and safeguarded the "people's" participation, trust, and restriction of the government. It is intended to pursue "the greatest happiness of all citizens." It used the representation system to reform Rome's citizen conference, making it an "indirect democracy" agency of "consignment-agent." It borrows from the strengths of the monarchy, strengthens the function and role of the executive power, and gives it to a single person to exercise. At the same time, the founding members of the United States have also drawn lessons from the theory and system of decentralization in past generations and transformed them into a composite decentralization and checks and balances system…show more content…
republican polity is, in a sense, the result of comprehensive absorption and creative transformation of Athens democracy, Roman republicanism, and British constitutional monarchy. The democratic form in which the representative system is implemented refers to the comprehensive absorption and creative transformation of Athens’ democracy by the United States’ republican polity. The great executive power conferred on the president refers to the comprehensive absorption and creative transformation of the Roman republic system by the Republican government. The construction of a decentralization check and balance mechanism refers to the comprehensive absorption and creative transformation of the British constitutional monarchy by the polity. The significance of the establishment of this polity mainly refers to the prevention of the emergence of authoritarian dictatorships and to a certain extent the protection of the bourgeoisie. Democracy also lays a solid foundation for the long-term stability of the United States and provides a new polity for the development of world…show more content…
Firstly, the relationship between politics and money in the United States is now handled very poorly. Second, under the American election system, the neutrality of referees has not been well resolved. Because the federal election in the United States is organized by local governments, and this local government is not a state government. For example, I live in the community of Monterey Park, which has a population of 60,000. In this level of government, which party is dominant, whether the people who implement the elections can get rid of party struggles, whether there is a high level of political awareness, and whether it can be conducted in a fair election is a problem. The third issue is the question of the electoral college system. The design was designed to protect the interests of the small state. The fourth is the division of constituencies. Politicians can determine the boundaries of their constituencies. The power to divide the constituencies is in the state legislature, which makes it possible for the political parties that hold most seats in the state legislature to be able to occupy the constituencies in a way that is advantageous to them, and thereby obtain more seats in the House of Representatives. In the end, it is very important that the voter turnout in the United States is low, only 60%, which is less than many other major
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