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Social 30-1 final exam review 1

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He believed if selfishness was left unchecked, it would result in chaos and harm to all.

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He believed if selfishness was left unchecked, it would result in chaos and harm to all.


Who was Thomas Hobbes


he was a founding father of classical liberalist thought

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he was a founding father of classical liberalist thought


Who was Adam Smith


Montesquieu came up with this modern day idea for organizing government

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Montesquieu came up with this modern day idea for organizing government


What was Checks and Balances?


Although he originally supported Keyesian Economics, he decided that there was a more natural flow in the economy that could be controlled by money supply instead of government.

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Although he originally supported Keyesian Economics, he decided that there was a more natural flow in the economy that could be controlled by money supply instead of government.


Who was Milton Friedman


Liberalism did not provide for those in their time of need, he suggested that other alternative help may be needed.

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Liberalism did not provide for those in their time of need, he suggested that other alternative help may be needed.


Who was John Stuart Mill?


This ideology often challenges aspects of modern liberal principles and can appear to be similar to classical liberalism with a bigger influence on traditional values and hierarchy.

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This ideology often challenges aspects of modern liberal principles and can appear to be similar to classical liberalism with a bigger influence on traditional values and hierarchy.


what is neo-conservatism


FDR developed this policy that gave the government a more significant role in the regulation of the economy and provided social safety nets and other programs to people to help spark the economy

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FDR developed this policy that gave the government a more significant role in the regulation of the economy and provided social safety nets and other programs to people to help spark the economy


What is the New Deal (or the ABC laws)


These are 3 key principles in classical liberalism

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These are 3 key principles in classical liberalism


What are:  self interest, buyers and sellers control, little government involvement, individual rights and freedoms, capitalism, consumer sovereignty,


In response to the downturn of the economy, FDR implemented thet theories Keynes that included these 3 elements.

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In response to the downturn of the economy, FDR implemented thet theories Keynes that included these 3 elements.


What are:  lowering taxes, lowering interest rates and deficit financing


Like Classical liberalism, this ideology supported free market and an individual rights to own private property.

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Like Classical liberalism, this ideology supported free market and an individual rights to own private property.


What is Laissez-Faire


In the USA, this legislative branch is elected every 6 years and is responsible for treaties, choosing ambassadors etc.

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In the USA, this legislative branch is elected every 6 years and is responsible for treaties, choosing ambassadors etc.


What is the Senate?


In this economic theory, the main elements, during a time of recession, are:  privatization, lowering taxes, lowering interest rates, less government regulations.

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In this economic theory, the main elements, during a time of recession, are:  privatization, lowering taxes, lowering interest rates, less government regulations.


What is Supply-Side Economics


Canada and USA have this type of constituency

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Canada and USA have this type of constituency


What is Single Member


During the Cold War, the USA and Soviet Union were referred to by this term because of their great strength, both monetarily and military

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During the Cold War, the USA and Soviet Union were referred to by this term because of their great strength, both monetarily and military


What is Superpower


This is the portion of the definition of Liberalism that fits the cateory

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This is the portion of the definition of Liberalism that fits the cateory


What is Self-interest


All of the following are elements of what modern liberalist democracy:  independent judicary, multiple parties, periodic elections, vote of non-confidence.

 

 

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All of the following are elements of what modern liberalist democracy:  independent judicary, multiple parties, periodic elections, vote of non-confidence.

 

 


What is a parliamentary democracy?


The executive branch of government, who proposes laws, is dependent on the direct or indirect support of elected members of the legislative branch.  If the legislative branch, who represents the will of the people, does not approve of the proposed laws of the exective branch, they may be forced to resign or call a new election.

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The executive branch of government, who proposes laws, is dependent on the direct or indirect support of elected members of the legislative branch.  If the legislative branch, who represents the will of the people, does not approve of the proposed laws of the exective branch, they may be forced to resign or call a new election.


What is Responsible Government?


This is another, more common name for a Republican Democracy

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This is another, more common name for a Republican Democracy


What is Congressional democracy or Presidential Democracy?


In this system, the percentage of votes equals the percentage of seats in the Legislative Branch.

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In this system, the percentage of votes equals the percentage of seats in the Legislative Branch.


What is proportional representation?


In Sweden, provisions are made to try to prevent a minority government.  Name at least 2.

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In Sweden, provisions are made to try to prevent a minority government.  Name at least 2.


What are:  39 additional seats based on the proportion of national votes; must have 4% of the national vote to get any of those seats; must have 12% of the votes in a constituency to get any seats;


Authoritarian Governments reject the fundamental principles of liberalism using a variety of methods, name 2.

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Authoritarian Governments reject the fundamental principles of liberalism using a variety of methods, name 2.


What are:  propaganda, controlled participation, directing popular discontent, fear/terror


When a democratic country implements undemocratic principles it is called this.

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When a democratic country implements undemocratic principles it is called this.


What is illiberalism


In Canada, the War Measures Act was implemented 3 times, name 2 of them (must be specific).

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In Canada, the War Measures Act was implemented 3 times, name 2 of them (must be specific).


What are:  WWI - enemy aliens, WWII - Japanese Interment, FLQ


Edmund Burke developed this theory as an opposition to Classical Liberalism inte h 1700s.  He believed that:  the stability of society could be achieve through law and order and the maintenance of customs and traditions, limited electorate, government has a responsibility to the people's welfare, not all people have equal abilities to lead, and that change had to honor both the past and present. 

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Edmund Burke developed this theory as an opposition to Classical Liberalism inte h 1700s.  He believed that:  the stability of society could be achieve through law and order and the maintenance of customs and traditions, limited electorate, government has a responsibility to the people's welfare, not all people have equal abilities to lead, and that change had to honor both the past and present. 


What is Classical Conservatism


This was developed as a response to laissez-faire capitalism and refered to a classical liberal economic system combined with a government that used legislation to give workers protection such as limited working hours, a minimum wage and social safety nets. 

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This was developed as a response to laissez-faire capitalism and refered to a classical liberal economic system combined with a government that used legislation to give workers protection such as limited working hours, a minimum wage and social safety nets. 


What is Welfare Capitalism?


Following the introduction of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms in 1982, the Canadian Government introduced a new law that would harmonize this law and the Charter.  This law would negate the War Measures Act as it would limit the power of government and unlike the WMA, it would require the approval of Parliament and oblige the government to distinquish which part(s) of Canada the law applied to if it was not a national issue.




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Following the introduction of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms in 1982, the Canadian Government introduced a new law that would harmonize this law and the Charter.  This law would negate the War Measures Act as it would limit the power of government and unlike the WMA, it would require the approval of Parliament and oblige the government to distinquish which part(s) of Canada the law applied to if it was not a national issue.


What is the Emergencies Act?





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