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To What Extent Did The Blair Government Deliver On Their Promise To Democratise The British Constitution

To what extent did the Blair Governments deliver on their promise to democratise the British Constitution? This assignment will examine to what extent the Blair governments delivered on their promise to democratise the British Constitution. It can be said that the Blair government were the most radical when it came...

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The Suffragette Movement

The Suffragette Movement Extended Essay: Critically describe and analyse the Women’s Suffrage Movement between 1905 and 1918, identifying the salient events, aims and tactics of the different Suffrage societies, the attitudes of the different political parties; comparing and contrasting different historical viewpoints. In his book “The British Women’s Suffrage Campaign...

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The Ratification

The ratification, or adoption, of the Constitution took place between September of 1787 and July of 1788. The Federal Convention, which had drafted the Constitution between May and September 1787, had no authority to impose it on the American people. Article VII of the Constitution and resolutions adopted by the...

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Are Writers And Film Makers Responsible For The Interpretation Of Their Own Texts

As seen with William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, composers of texts are not responsible for the interpretation of their works as the reading of a text is greatly influenced by the audience’s personal beliefs and ideals. Texts such as Lord of the Flies have been so greatly scrutinised since...

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King George

Everything deserves an explanation. This was no different for King George III’s disastrous ruling resulting in the American Revolution. King George III is credited for the American Revolution and all the disasters and deaths that went with it. However, King George III was merely a scapegoat. Like so many cases...

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How Did Common Sense Sensibility And Rationality Shape Todays British Society Economics Politics

“How did common sense, sensibility and rationality shape todays British society, economics, politics?” Common sense: –noun sound practical judgment that is independent of specialized knowledge, training, or the like; normal native intelligence. Rationality: –noun, plural -ties. 1) the state or quality of being rational. 2) the possession of reason. 3)...

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