In the midth century, women in several countries—most notably, the U. The British colony of South Australia granted full suffrage ingiving women the right to vote and to stand for parliament. Remaining restrictions were abolished in Other countries followed soon after New Zealand, with limited rights granted to women in Sweden, Britain, Finland, and some U.
By Tamrat Dejene Addis Ababa. Introduction There is a wide range of polemics between and among social scientists on the casual and non casual relationship of development and democracy.
From Classical political and economic thinkers to the contemporary protagonists of free enterprise, various theories developed to address the relationship equation but with no avail. Prominent scholars of development John,G. Brandt, and Moreno ,J, In spite of extensive academical exercises, practical and historical records tell us democracy and economic growth are two separate tentacles of the same stalk.
Whereas, large volumes of development literatures further justify that there is no apparent association between the two. The fact that almost all of the richest countries in the world are democratic was long taken as iron-clad evidence of this progression. Recent history, however, has complicated matters.
As events now suggest, the link between economic development and what is generally called liberal democracy is actually quite weak and may even be getting weaker.
Both democracy and development have their own virtuous and exist and objectively independently and have immense contributions in themselves for the fulfillment of human vital needs and aspirations. Democracy is a good thing in itself irrespective of its impact on economic growth The existing studies on the casual relationships of democracy and development are inconclusive.
In fact, the practical historical experiences of today's mature democracies do not indicate any type of direct cause and effect relations between the two essential elements. However, it is an indispensible matter to briefly assess the genesis of development and democratic process of the most notable develop world whether there had actually been any type and degree of causal relationship between the democracy and development or vice versa.
Obviously, democracy Western democracy begins in the early city states of Greek many years back in BCs. The old city states of Greece used to exercise some of the basic democratic principles familiar to the contemporary ones. Most notably, voting nights were exercised partially.
The aristocracy and members of the ruling class had the right to elect and to be elected. Citizens of Athens had the same voting rights as their rulers. On contrary, foreigners, slaves and women did not enjoy their political rights.
Rather, they were relegated to the status of subject. English landlords began to withhold their allegiance to the Crown unless some sort of power remained in the hands of local barons and knights.
The contradiction led to the formulation and birth of modern parliamentary democracy. The promulgation of the Magna Carta In is considered as the culmination of the struggle between the two rivalry ruling classes. The social contractarian theorists that emerged around the early period of the American revolution, Thomas Hobes, Jhon Locke, J.
Rousseau, Montesquieu, Bentham and J. In fact, the state theories pursued by these scholars differ from the degree of emphasis they put forward to the role of government. Hobbes inclined to a strong omnipotent state Leviathan that rectify injustices and protect private property and committed to take serious measures on robbers, indolent, and burglars.
Highly desperated by the civil war in England, he developed a sense of pessimism on democracy and popular rule and came to the conclusion that life without state is brutish, nasty and hopeless.
Locke came up with opposite political antithesis to Hobbes Leviathan assertions. He strongly argued that the government should work with the consent of its citizens. The rule of the government should be based on the contract. After all, the core role of the state relegated to the optimum preservation of individual property rights and liberties.
Consequently, a representative government that worked to and in favor of the propertied class came in to being.
Feb 23, · Changing social conditions for women during the early nineteenth century, combined with the idea of equality, led to the birth of the woman suffrage movement. For example, women started to receive more education and to take part in reform movements, which involved them in politics. Women’s Suffrage summary: The women’s suffrage movement (aka woman suffrage) was the struggle for the right of women to vote and run for office and is part of the overall women’s rights movement. In the midth century, women in several countries—most notably, the U.S. and Britain—formed organizations to fight for suffrage. analysis of the women’s rights movement in the United States. England Woman Suffrage Association and she fully supported the idea of universal female suffrage. in universal suffrage “at a time when other reformers believed that suffrage for black men was the more urgent goal.”.
The large masses or the majority of non-propertied class considered as usurpers of power that jeopardize the core economic interests and values of the dominant class. This was the philosophical foundation for the liberal political up until these days.analysis of the women’s rights movement in the United States.
England Woman Suffrage Association and she fully supported the idea of universal female suffrage. in universal suffrage “at a time when other reformers believed that suffrage for black men was the more urgent goal.”.
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Hayes became the first president to make a strong case for universally available public education. “Universal suffrage should rest upon universal education,” he said in. Women’s Suffrage summary: The women’s suffrage movement (aka woman suffrage) was the struggle for the right of women to vote and run for office and is part of the overall women’s rights movement.
In the midth century, women in several countries—most notably, the U.S. and Britain—formed organizations to fight for suffrage.
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