POL111H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Liberal Democracy, Canada Act 1982, Responsible Government

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Most important source of information: the lectures. The test covers as far as we get to by the end of class today. Read the textbook to fill in the details from the lectures. A topic in the book that is not covered in class is not on the test: when studying, try to identify the key concepts & topics discussed in class. The following is a checklist you can use while studying: Difference between big l and little l & big c and little c : don"t get them mixed up. Liberal democracy: combines ideology of liberalism with indirect, representative democracy. Liberal democracies we elect the decision-makers & they govern. O in-between elections, the politicians rarely directly ask us for our opinions in a. O in canada, referendums are rare & usually only used to answer big questions. The 8 main features of liberal democracies: be prepared to identify them & discuss each one of them:

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