One reason why the Conservatives won is there Stop-Go economic policy. Although the policy itself was bad the Conservatives engineered it by making it a go period when the election came round. They did this by ‘electioneering’ the Budget and cut income tax, purchase tax and the duty on beer. This made the public feel like the economy was good as most of them vote with their wallets they voted Conservative. The Labour economy policies are also a reason why they lost.
the Conservatives. However the relevance of this tradition right and left battle between Labour and the Conservatives has declined in recent years for many reason raising question about the similarity of the two parties and seeing as they are the biggest two parties in UK politics it reduces the choice of major parties to vote for, for the electorate. Traditionally, the left and right divide has been portrayed as a battle between Socialism and Conservatism. Socialism has been traditionally been viewed as the ideology of the Labour party and Conservatism has traditionally been seen as the ideology of the Conservative. These two parties have developed policies on the basis of a vision of how they believed society should be organised.
The Liberals knew they had to find a way of keeping the working class votes. Reform could therefore be seen as a rather selfish, politically advantageous response to political change. Changing attitudes within the party, summed up as New Liberalism were influential in promoting change and the example of Municipal socialism encouraged Liberal politicians towards national reforms is also holds water as a very influential factor. Many Historians still believe that the reforms were introduced due to genuine concern over the poor after Rowntree and Booth’s discoveries. Their discoveries were startling and unsuspected.
Neither managed to curb public spending totally but they did manage to change attitude towards it which transferred to subsequent governments. Both were supporters of free trade and encouraged the international market to adopt the same attitude as both nations were displaying signs of prosperity. Both had economic eras named after them although Thatcherism had tight control of monetary policy and spending cuts as part of the package and Reaganomics allowed budget and trade deficits to grow Reaganomics resulted in sustained economic growth at an exceptional rate with manufacturing firms protected whilst Thatcherism resulted in a recession focussed on manufacturing industry followed by an unstainable service sector boom. Regan and Thatcher
With the lack of soldiers, it would be easier to invade Rome, which could’ve led to the decline of the Empire. This proves that internal decay was one of the major causes for the end of Rome. Document 6 shows the invasions of Barbarians in 476 on the Roman Empire. This demonstrates that the government and military were becoming weaker to the point where they weren’t strong enough to protect the empire from invasions. The government could not control all these invasions, so this was another component that helped the fall of the Roman Empire.
The liberal Tories introduced reforms because in the 1820’s the country’s state was better and prosperity returned. The economic conditions improved, also trade increased, unemployment was falling, and bread was cheaper. Since of this better form of the country, there was less discontent and social unrest. Besides the Government was less threatened by protests and radical politics, because, by now the harsh policies were relaxed, as well as people. Also new progressive members were put in place who were Liberal Tories, including Peel, Canning, Robinson, and Huskisson.
Most Americans feared socialism; they linked it to trade unions, mass immigration and anarchy. Socialists believed in equality Big business leaders were afraid of organised labour; the growth of for ‘social justice’ including causes such as women’s suffrage, direct election to the senate and conservation. Some Progressives were pacifists and anti-imperialists but most were strong nationalists. The Progressive wing of the Republican party reunited with the mainstream party in 1916. Progressivism achieved very little as a separate party but at one time, it seemed that it could achieve national support.
The limited nature of the revolution was one of the main factors which weakened prospects for democracy, when Ebert was trying to form a government he still had a problem that the radical communists were still looking to turn Germany into a communist state similar to the Soviet Union and thus to put down this rebellion and get support of the army he made an agreement with Groener. The agreement was that the army would support the government if the army and civil service were left unchanged. This was the main reason that democracy was irreversibly weakened, because the civil service and army generals were all right-wing conservatives providing a powerbase for the radical right. This limited democracy because the radical right thought that democracy was weak and indecisive, the radical right though was weakened because the radical left was way more powerful initially in post war Germany, but the radical right would help democracy until the radical left was no longer a threat and would act as ticking time bomb of support. This could have acted as a powerbase for the Kapp Putsch and the eventual rise of the Nazis.
They didn’t get a majority government in 1910 like they did in 1906 which led them to think that social reform was the way to gain votes. Many politicians who came from modest backgrounds also wanted to “wage war” on poverty as they saw it as the scourge of modern day Britain and it was the governments job to fix
A lot of economist have thought that globalism has a good impact on countries growth economically and has advantages to countries and beneficial for the traders, some of them deny or refuse the other side of the coin that it has some drawbacks, such as income distribution inequality, making poor countries poorer and making rich countries richer and the last point is that the economy crisis of one country effects economy of the whole countries. First of all; to begin with one of the disadvantages of the globalism that is, although the globalism of the economy supports that the countries have same incoming profit, some of them get different profit or unbalanced earning money. Especially, multinational companies can easily enter the rivalry against to the local business of the countries, due to the