Американская политическая система, кажется, является одной из самых устойчивых в мире. Стабильные выборы, большое количество возможностей представительства в рамках политики и сильная политическая традиция в целом - все эти качества являются элементами политической сферы США. Однако существует и заметная особенность, которую могут иметь другие страны, но при этом они наверняка не преуспели в её полном внедрении....

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American political system is one of the most sustainable in the world. Steady electing process, lots of representation opportunities in terms of politics and a stable political tradition overall - this is what political sphere in USA looks like. However, there is also a significant feature, which other countries may posses but still not succeed in fully embracing it - actual dual-party system in legal political institutions. A "House" is now divided between Democrats and Republicans. The difference between those is quite easy on the surface: the latter represents conservative values and the Democratic party opts for more progressive ones. Although such division is highly popular among the majority of people, there is a more vital distinction between two main American parties, which is related to, suddenly, economics.
 
As most of the readers probably know, the economic sphere is the basis of our society. You can vote or be elected, fulfil yourself in painting, writing or believing in any God you want, but without eating, sleeping and satisfying all of your other basic needs you will just not be able to do those, because otherwise you would eventually die. And economic sphere is the one that provides you the production of goods that can fulfil your needs and thus allow you to participate in other spheres of our society.
 
So, If all people depend on this sphere, then society as a whole also depends on it. With it stated, we understand that politics also depends on economics in various ways and forms. In our case it is important to look at the economic parts of programmes of both parties. We will see that the Democrats encourage restrictions on monopolies and the support of small and middle size businesses all over the US. Republicans, on the contrary, opt for a more "laissez-faire" approach in terms of large business. Democrats stand for national production, Republicans - for the transnational corporations.
 
This divide has existed for a long time, since the proper establishment of dual-party system. And, as a necessary part of socio-political superstructure in any modern country, it supports American economic basis. For instance, if various corporations don't feel well enough during the reign of the Democrats, you can be sure that next term Republicans will gain the majority and ensure that the laws in favour of corps are passed. We will not be covering lobbying activities and other ways of business' political influence in the US, because in this case it will take a long time.
 
So, I hope that the text above was interesting and informative for you, dear readers. Don't forget to stay tuned and interested in how modern society works and how it can work in the future. And, most importantly, draw your conclusions.

American political system is one of the most sustainable in the world. Steady electing process, lots of representation opportunities in terms of politics and a stable political tradition overall - this is what political sphere in USA looks like. However, there is also a significant feature, which other countries may posses but still not succeed in fully embracing it - actual dual-party system in legal political institutions. A "House" is now divided between Democrats and Republicans. The difference between those is quite easy on the surface: the latter represents conservative values and the Democratic party opts for more progressive ones. Although such division is highly popular among the majority of people, there is a more vital distinction between two main American parties, which is related to, suddenly, economics. As most of the readers probably know, the economic sphere is the basis of our society. You can vote or be elected, fulfil yourself in painting, writing or believing in any God you want, but without eating, sleeping and satisfying all of your other basic needs you will just not be able to do those, because otherwise you would eventually die. And economic sphere is the one that provides you the production of goods that can fulfil your needs and thus allow you to participate in other spheres of our society. So, If all people depend on this sphere, then society as a whole also depends on it. With it stated, we understand that politics also depends on economics in various ways and forms. In our case it is important to look at the economic parts of programmes of both parties. We will see that the Democrats encourage restrictions on monopolies and the support of small and middle size businesses all over the US. Republicans, on the contrary, opt for a more "laissez-faire" approach in terms of large business. Democrats stand for national production, Republicans - for the transnational corporations. This divide has existed for a long time, since the proper establishment of dual-party system. And, as a necessary part of socio-political superstructure in any modern country, it supports American economic basis. For instance, if various corporations don't feel well enough during the reign of the Democrats, you can be sure that next term Republicans will gain the majority and ensure that the laws in favour of corps are passed. We will not be covering lobbying activities and other ways of business' political influence in the US, because in this case it will take a long time. So, I hope that the text above was interesting and informative for you, dear readers. Don't forget to stay tuned and interested in how modern society works and how it can work in the future. And, most importantly, draw your conclusions.