no its not.
they were compared by the classes
The Republic of Liberia was founded in 1847, modeled on the government and culture of the USA,
The Virginia Colony modeled its government after the government of England. It had a House of Burgesses modeled after the House of Commons. It had a House of Lords modeled after the House of Lords. And it had a Governor modeled after the King. Problems arose when the intolerable acts of King George III replaced colonial governments with dictatorships.
It is a federal republic with a democratically-elected executive and legislature, and is extremely similar to the US form on which it was modeled.
the us government viewed them diffrently and treated them diffrently because of they way they were and there culture, religion ect...
Yes, I am a member of the presbyterian church (usa) and that is one thing we were taught in confirmation class.
Greek. Many buildings in the US government are of the ancient Greek style.
There are several statues in the US capital of Washington, D.C. Some examples are the Lincoln Memorial, modeled after President Abraham Lincoln, and the Jefferson Memorial, modeled after President Thomas Jefferson.
Canada adopted the parliamentary form of government from Britain, and the federal structure of government from the United States.
Puerto Rico has a republican form of government with separation of powers modeled on the US Constitutional, with an elected bicameral legislature, an independent judiciary and an elected executive. As an unincorporated territory of the United States organized as a Commonwealth, the powers of its government are delegated by the Congress of the US and are not under the full protection of the US Constitution.
TheCanadian government is modeled on the "Westminster" structure of government. Google Westminster structure for more information.This is what it is like.
The colonists modeled their country from England
Federal Government A+, you guys are lucky im helping. :)
Alaska operates under a constitution drawn up and ratified in 1956.It is modeled on the US with a bicameral Legislature, an independent Judiciary and a strong Executive branch.
For all practical purposes, the Confederate Constitution was modeled after the US Constitution. Major exceptions were that slavery was legal and no state could secede.
Under US Occupation, Japan was now required to build a government modeled along the lines of the United States; along with individual right, and capitalism. It grew and heavily controlled the economy.
history government, freedom, art, religion, clothing, food, and education
No. Both are different, independent countries each with its own government, culture and traditions.
Democratic form of government.