American and Soviet Models in the years 1950
- The tyranny form of government
- The concept of power
- The tyrant, the sole holder of power
- Tyranny, a controversial and transient system
- A controversial system
- A transient regime
Between 1947 and 1991, all the countries in the world were involved in the Cold War. The cold war was a war of ideologies, it was an indirect conflict between the United States of America and Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
In this paper, we study about the two ideologies that caused the Cold War and the events that led to it. We study the two models and the roles they played in the War.
Following the dissolution of the grand alliance and after the creation of the Marshall Plan, the Truman Doctrine and the doctrine Zhdanov, the world took either side off the two blocs.These two models initially opposed a policy perspective.
The American model was that of liberal democracy, the United States was a federal republic that consisted of fifty states and hence the constitution of 1787 remained almost unchanged, which testifies in favor of a stable system and institutions. The President's power was tempered by the number of states and the power of the U.S Congress. One of the major features of American democracy is that it is based on a strong bipartisan policy.
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