Political Science for Kids - Presidential vs Parliamentary Systems of Government | Politics for Kids | 6th Grade Social Studies
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In this book, your child will learn about the presidential and parliamentary systems of government. Aside from the most basic, straightforward definitions, this learning resource will also discuss examples to further your child’s knowledge. Encourage your child to learn more about politics. Read this educational tool beginning today.

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Date de parution 15 mai 2018
Nombre de lectures 1
EAN13 9781541925311
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 2 Mo

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Political Science for Kids
Presidential vs Parliamentary Systems of Government
Politics for Kids
6th Grade Social Studies




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I n this book, we’re going to talk about the presidential versus the parliamentary systems of government. So, let’s get right to it!




Flag of United States of America and United Kingdom locked together



















MODELS OF DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENTS
D emocratic governments are run with two different models. For example, the United States is a democracy that uses a presidential model. On the other hand, the United Kingdom, which is also a democracy, uses a parliamentary model.





T he two models share some things in common. However, in some ways, they are very different from each other.







N ot all democratic governments have a purely presidential or purely parliamentary model. Instead, some governments operate with a system that is a blend of both.



The White House in Washington, DC






F or example, the United States has a full presidential system, but the government of South Africa has a system that is semi-presidential and France’s government has a presidency that is connected to a parliament.
























O ne thing that is common to all democratic governments is that the citizens have a hand in governing the country. The citizens either manage the government themselves or, as is more common, it’s managed through representatives.

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