What is the difference between polyarchy and democracy?
Polyarchy is decentralized rule, much as the founding fathers of the United States created. Under this system, there are many small governmentstailored to the needs and desires of the local populations. These small governments may take many forms ranging from Fascist Monarchy to Anarchy with unofficial structure. Such a group of governments may be under a higher government (much as how the USA was originally created with state governments under a federal government). However, Polyarchy limits this higher government to serving the lower governments by enforcing laws that all agree upon (some laws are virtually unanimous such as laws against murder, rape, theft, etc). This higher government also serves to provide defense for all the lower governments under it against foreign threats as well as threats from one sub-government to another. Such a governmental structure ensures that citizens may live under a government that they support and that also supports them. Persons living under a government that they do not support or agree with can easily move to another government that they do support and agree with. Democracy is simply rule by majority of voters. Assuming that everyone votes (and that all votes are counted equally). a slight majority of the population can (and often will) oppress the remainder of the population. While many modern governments claim to be democratic, there has not been a true democracy in effect since ancient times...and even these were not true democracies, as the majority of the populations were non-voting slaves. In effect, there has never been a true democracy (roughly translated as "government by the people", as the few that have been created have only given voting rights to a small number of persons.
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Democracy=Individual freedom. Communism=Individual freedom is ruled by societies wants and needs
democracy at persent has become a way of life as no other form of govt. gives the individuals this much rights, liberty to grow, freedom and so many other rights. It is the go…vt. of the majority but with minority rights. It promotes both individual as well as collective rights. Communism stands for the common use and sacrifice the ind. liberty and freedom. there is scope of supression of the rights of the individual.
These two words are generally regarded as synonyms. The following differences are suggested by the etymology, restingon differences if any between "political rule" (a matter …of form)and "political power" (a matter of real efficacy). Also,differences may hinge on different connotations of the words 'one','few', 'many', and 'all'. A polyarchy is a political order with many rulers . This isin contrast to a monarchy (a political order with one ruler) and arguably an oligarchy (a political order with a fewbut not many rulers). Alternatively, a polyarchy may refer toa political order with more than one ruler, whether it befew or many. A polycracy is a political order in which political (social,economic, legal) power is possessed by many members of the community (vs. only one or just a few). By thisaccount, a democracy is a polycracy in which political power ispossessed by all citizens. A polycracy need not be ademocracy in that political power may be possessed by many but notall of its citizens. On this account, a polycracy need not be a polyarchy. For instance,a monarchy can in fact be a polycracy. Likewise, a polyarchy neednot be a polycracy. Namely, a polyarchy may in fact be an autocracyor monocracy.
communist ruled by military democracy "governed" by the people
In a democracy leaders are elected by the people and political decisions are decided by said leaders and voters, In a dictatorship the Dictator is either elected in a democrac…y and changes the government into a dictatorship or assumes power by overthrowing the last government. In a Dictatorship almost everything is decided by the dictator with no civilian representation in the government.
There is many differences between a democracy and a dictatorship. Actually they are antonyms of each other. With democracy they have no leader, but with dictatorship there is …a leader. Democracies don't force anything, but dictators force there leadership on the people. They aren't elected, they just barge in and take over. Dictators usually take over during emergency time, where people are OK with that person taking over. They are desperate for a leader, so they say OK he/she will help us with our problem.
Democracy- a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly by them or by their elected agents under a free electoral system. Ol…igarchy- a form of government in which all power is vested in a few persons or in a dominant class or clique; government by the few. Got it?(:
Democratic govt Government by representation, IE. People choose their representatives and their representatives choose for them on important decisions that affect the jurisd…iction. Democratic countries allow the public to cast votes on their Head of Government. Democratic countries are sometimes well surveyed and controlled by proper laws to avoid corruption. The democratic systems of government are based on the separation of powers in the state, which means that the powers of government are separated functionally between branches of government. Non democratic govt A government where the people are not represented in every decision. Government it is not linked to the people and the process of ruling has nothing to do with the public opinion. Non democratic countries do not allow the public to cast votes on their Head of Government. Non democratic countries tend to experience many occasions of corruption. In non democratic countries there is no separation of powers IE. The final decision is taken by only authority ruling the country.
It depends on what democracy without qualification means, but manypeople use it as a euphemism for "direct democracy". Direct Democracy makes every citizen responsible for ev…erypolitical decision. For example, in a direct democracy, everycitizen would be voting on tax rates, immigration policy, etc. In aparliamentary democracy, districts of people vote for a person orparty to represent them in a legislative forum. The party with thelargest number of seats then forms a government, which directs thepolicy of the country.
Well Parliamentary democracy is a form OF democracy. Democracy is just the broad term for when people have political power, and choose how they want to be governed. A parliame…ntary democracy, is democracy (people choosing how they want to be governed), but with a parliament! What is a parliament you might ask? Think of it this way, in the US, there is the congress, which is separate from the president. the president is the leader of the country, and the congress is sort of like the check/balance. While, in a parliamentary democracy like the UK, the REAL "leader" of the country is the head of the parliament, while the queen is just a figurehead. So if the United States were a parliamentary democracy, the speaker of the house (nancy pelosi) would basically BE the "leader" of the country. It's a bit difficult to explain. As opposed to the President (executive branch) being separated from the congress (legislative branch), the congress (legislative branch) would be the head, ruling body. so the leader in congress, or legislative body would be the leader basically. check wikipedia too for a more detailed answer.
Democracy is the right to vote on who we want to lead or in the U.S.A. be president To be independent is to be on ones own or be alone
The difference between greek democracy and our democracy is that they had rulers and conquering and battles and trades and stuff like that we dont we got a president and mayor… and cops if we are bad and we have stores to buy stuff at and we have a school where we learn.
Anarchy is based on the idea of absense of government wheras democracy is a government ruled by the people
A "Dictatorship" is power derived through a single source, normally a single person or very small group of people; a dictatorship is a subset government under the Aristocracy …definition: unquestionable rule by some right or power. A "Democracy" is rule by mass will of the people, it is sometimes termed as Mobocracy (the will of the majority sets the rule of law).
Under a Fascist system, the priorities of the State are accorded preeminence above the fundamental civil rights of the citizenry. Under a Democratic system, the fundamental ci…vil rights of the citizenry are accorded preeminence over the priorities of the State.
Democracy is a government made up of representatives chosen by the people themselves. Meritocracy is the ideology that people get what they deserve; it is a system where peopl…e are rewarded based on ability.