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Political Theory by Ranajay Kumar, Hoveyda Abbas

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Theory of Political Culture

Introduction

England is a parliamentary democracy, so is India. There are Members of Parliament, political parties, interest and pressure groups, and electorates in both countries. This means there should not be any fundamental differences in the functioning of the two democracies. However, political parties, pressure and interest groups, electorates and their representatives behave differently in the two countries. Electorates and political leaders belonging to different regions even within India behave differently. When the institutional arrangements and democratic set-up are more or less the same, what are the factors that make the functioning of the English democracy different from the Indian democracy? What ...

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