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The performance of the government is always shed light on in this modern time with freedom of speech as a great tool of exposure. It is no doubt that mistrust in the government is a direct result of political division which must be overcome to become a normal single nation again.
After all, everyone wants a Killer Sand Castle so the teacher can take a digital picture and these 4 year olds can put them on their MySpace sites to show the World. See my Sand Castle. Well then lets get busy and build the damn thing already and show the world and thus the world will desire it and sign up too. Sand Castles for everyone, build your own, I have a plan. We help you, you build, we all have beautiful sand castles with Cultural Motifs.
Why are we allowing our political divide here and why are we allowing other nations to widen the cultural divide.
We are all on this pale blue dot together and everyone is entitled to running their own sand box and building their version of the sand castle, but why all the fighting? There is enough sand for everyone on the surface of this planet. Well at least last time I checked anyway. Consider all this in 2006.
The Indian political system has come a long way since it got independence in 1947. Forming a constitution in itself was a great achievement and the first step to development. Though India is still developing, but it can be said that she has come a long way since independence.
She is standing tall on her feet after being a crippled colony for over a century by building the constitution, forming central and state governments and building the whole concept of administration and economy starting from zilch, which is a great achievement. Sadly though, the current state of politics has nullified the effect of these initial steps and the people of India itself abhor the administration phenomena altogether.
From Indians standing united against the British rule we have come to a point where we are now nothing more than some communist standing only for grouped sections of society.
It wouldn’t be wrong if I replace the ‘way’ in the above sentence with ‘wrong way’.
The most important political developments in Britain during the Second World War followed the formation of a new coalition government under Winston Churchill in May 1940. This coalition replaced the Conservative-dominated national government which had been in power since 1931, thereby ending a decade of Conservative ascendancy. Labour returned to a share in government with fewer posts than the Conservatives, but historians have shown that the party used its place in the coalition to reshape the domestic agenda of British politics. At the administrative level, the functions of government simply grew to meet the demands of ‘total war’.
The staff of central government almost doubled in wartime and new methods of economic management, industrial organization and public administration were used, some of which lasted into the post-war period.
At the popular level, the common experience of war was seen by commentators to have promoted a new set of political values. It is generally agreed that the wartime ‘swing to the left’ contributed to the election of the first majority Labour government in 1945; as will be shown, however, the debate continues about the strength, timing and ideological content of this shift in political opinion. More controversial still is the thesis that cross-party co-operation in wartime gave rise to a political consensus, characterized by policy convergence on areas such as welfare reform, the operation of a mixed economy, conciliation of the trade unions and a commitment to full employment.