A system of checks and balances would limit the power of the president, thus avoiding a tyrannical leader.
The Presidential Model is the model in which the people select the executive.
Federalists wanted the constitution. They supported Federalism (if you couldn't already tell from their label). Antifederalists opposed the Federalist views. They believed that the constitution took to much power from the states and thought it did not guarantee people's rights.
Parliamentary type of government allows people to elect the executive leader.
Solar power is the only option for the people who cares about the enviroment. (British and world literature)
People answer both yes and no to this question. At best it is an opinion, neither supported not contravened by argument.
This is more of an opinion question, isn't it? Sex and the City, because that's all that people are about today.
Usually the chorus represents the common people, the citizens, thus its opinion is either the common sense or -more often- a conservative perspective.
It's a matter of Opinion. Some people say yes and some people say no.
It would be incorrect to say that public opinion represents the single undivided view of the American people because public opinion is diverse and often fragmented. Different individuals have different perspectives, beliefs, and interests. Public opinion is shaped by various factors such as political ideology, socioeconomic status, and personal experiences, leading to a range of viewpoints among the American population.
they are supported by agriculture.
The people in the executive branch are the President and the Cabinet.
The k-line on a population graph represents carrying capacity. Carrying capacity refers to the number of people that can be supported without destroying the ecosystem.
The only person who serves in the exective branch of the U.S. government is the president. He is chosen by the party he represents and then it is up to the people to decide which person, either Democrat or Republican, they want in the White House.
American people may be a little dissatisfied with the people representing them in office, but they are satisfied with the democratic process. There will never be a time when everyone is completely satisfied with who represents them in government.