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parliamentarianism

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The system of legislation by parliament; adherence to parliamentary system.

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Examples

  • To reject 'parliamentarianism' was not enough, for the question still remained open: what then?

    Mein Kampf

  • They preserve the traditions of Hungarian parliamentarianism and the institutions of state.

    A New Constitution for Hungary

  • Arnold's position of focusing on direct support for government's competitors is the political strategy advocated by agorism wikipedia.org, a market anarchist political philosophy that shuns parliamentarianism.

    Libertarians: What Now?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Following the thesis of Weber's 1917 essay on German parliamentarianism, Casper argued that democratic politics, including American politics, has a tendency toward Caesarism.

    Balkinization

  • Its real name, its technical name, as I have argued for some time, is capitalist-parliamentarianism...

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Not to be outdone by his rival, Khasbulatov called on Russians to "raise their voices in support of democracy and parliamentarianism."

    Yeltsin Defiant

  • Instead, the inference that parliamentarianism is better for an emerging democracy than a presidential or semi-presidential system is based on empirical research and results from more or less wide-ranging cross-national investigations.

    Ukraine's Window of Opportunity

  • Following the thesis of Weber's 1917 essay on German parliamentarianism, Casper argued that democratic politics, including American politics, has a tendency toward Caesarism.

    Balkinization

  • Following the thesis of Weber's 1917 essay on German parliamentarianism, Casper argued that democratic politics, including American politics, has a tendency toward Caesarism.

    Balkinization

  • Following the thesis of Weber's 1917 essay on German parliamentarianism, Casper argued that democratic politics, including American politics, has a tendency toward Caesarism.

    Balkinization

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