Difference between revisions of "Single-party control"

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Single-party control can arise through a temporary popular [[Supermajority]] by [[election]], or through deliberate attacks on a [[nation]]'s [[law]]s by [[anti-democratic]] elements.
 
Single-party control can arise through a temporary popular [[Supermajority]] by [[election]], or through deliberate attacks on a [[nation]]'s [[law]]s by [[anti-democratic]] elements.
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[[Attorney General]] [[William Barr]] declared in a speech: "In any age, the so-called [[progressive]]s treat politics as their [[religion]]. Their holy mission is to use the coercive power of the State to remake man and society in their own image".<ref>https://www.justice.gov/opa/speech/attorney-general-william-p-barr-delivers-19th-annual-barbara-k-olson-memorial-lecture</ref>
  
 
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==See also==

Revision as of 22:48, 23 November 2019

Single party control refers to the non-democratic administration of government. Single-party control can lack bi-partisan and popular consensus.

Single-party control can arise through a temporary popular Supermajority by election, or through deliberate attacks on a nation's laws by anti-democratic elements.

Attorney General William Barr declared in a speech: "In any age, the so-called progressives treat politics as their religion. Their holy mission is to use the coercive power of the State to remake man and society in their own image".[1]

See also

  • https://www.justice.gov/opa/speech/attorney-general-william-p-barr-delivers-19th-annual-barbara-k-olson-memorial-lecture