The UK is not unique in having a Monarchy but its history and function does have a degree of uniqueness about it, certainly within Europe. Its function, compilation and place within British society and culture has changed over the years.
Election History articles on Democracy Chronicles
Here we cover how democracy has progressed through time in our highly suggested global election history coverage. Modern systems of democracy largely arose out of the Europe through the period at the end of the Middle Ages into the Reformation, the Age of Enlightenment, and the American and French Revolutions. However in reality, democratic decision making is an even more ancient invention and in many ways a fixture of nature . Also check out our section on World Democracy.
The history of women’s suffrage and the landscape of Washington, D.C. are inextricably tied. It took decades of women organizing near the Capitol.
Norman Rockwell is considered one of America’s most beloved and influential artists, painting scenes of ordinary Americans at work.
The Cherokee Nation and the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians play stickball today. Europeans adopted the game, which has evolved into today’s Lacrosse.
In his book, “Can Democracy Work? A Short History of a Radical Idea from Ancient Athens to Our World,” James Miller encapsulates 2500 years of democracy history into about 250 pages.
Throughout the 187 year history of third party politics in the U.S many parties have risen and fallen and there are numerous examples of third parties.
Umar Madi is among more than 300 election officials who have reportedly died of exhaustion-related illnesses which has led to talks on reform.
Three key events in the history of women’s rights will be celebrated by the LWV of Macomb County on April 27 as it hosts its 1919 Tea fundraiser.
Feminist author and activist Gloria Steinem once said, “Women have always been an equal part of the past. We just haven’t been a part of history.”
A Brazilian judge has ruled that the country’s president can’t celebrate of the March 31, 1964, coup that established a military dictatorship in Brazil.