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within the U.S., the one believing that the executive is the branch of our government which the most needs support; the other that like the analogous branch in the English government, it is already too strong for the republican parts of the Constitution.” The former were called federalists, sometimes monocrats and sometimes aristocrats, sometimes tories like the corresponding group in the English government. The latter were called republicans, whigs, anarchists, jacobins, and sometimes disorganizers. • When the U.S. Constitution was written, there was no mention of political parties. Most of the framers of the document hoped that no political parties would form. They hoped the new country would be such that everyone would just “get along!” (agree!) • The current two party system, with Democrats and Republicans, has been part of the political system in the U.S. for years. The first party was originally formed from many of the advisers that George Washington consulted with. Oddly the first political party, started in 1792, was called the Democratic-Republican Party. Monday–Friday All Day Buy One Entree Receive The 2nd

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dominated by two political parties, today the Liberal and Conservative parties. An interesting time in Canadian history was when there were seven distinct political parties in the legislature in 1854. • The Canadian parties at the time were four groups from Northern Canada: 1) the Tories, 2) moderate Conservatives, led by the first Prime Minister of Canada, John A. Macdonald, known as “Sir John A.,” 3) Baldwin Reformers, who were moderate Liberals, 4) and the Radical or advanced Liberal party, known as the “Clear Grits.” The other three parties were from Lower Canada. They were: 1) Parti Bleu, the majority of the French Canadians, considered a liberal party even though most French Canadians were conservative, 2) the Parti Rouge, which was a small party of French Canadian Liberals, some who were rather radical, and lastly, 3) an Englishspeaking minority in Lower Canada. • People all over the world get fed up with politics. In Naples, Italy in 2008, a 41-year-old man ate his ballot in protest to the politicians! He was charged with destroying election materials. • In 2004, a woman in England was fined for trying to register her cows, Henry and Sophie Bull and her dog, Jake Woofies, as voters. Her barn was on a separate property and when forms asked who the residents were, she listed the animals! • For a last Tidbit on elections, imagine the confusion if our North American countries had the diversity of over 1,000 political parties! According to the Election Commission of India, that is the estimate of parties that exist in India. The commission has a list of symbols that political parties can use to represent their groups, including a kite, diesel pump, kettle, pressure cooker and many others. As you vote, be glad that we do have elections and that our ballots don’t contain pressure cooker and kite parties!


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The Berlin Wall started as a barbed wire fence, constructed overnight as Berliners slept. Imagine the shock of finding you couldn’t cross from one side of the city to the other. • The city of Berlin and country of Germany was divided at the conclusion of World War II. The Soviet Union and communism controlled the East, with the allied powers of Great Britain, France and the United States controlling the West in a democracy. So it was a West vs. East; democracy vs. communism divide. • By 1949, the division of Germany and the city of Berlin was official. West Germany was called the Federal Republic of Germany and East Germany was the German Democratic Republic. Since Berlin was entirely within the East, and it was agreed that the city would be divided, West Berlin was like an island of democracy within East Germany, surrounded by a wall. • When the Germans in the Soviet-controlled East became disillusioned with the economic and political oppression of communism, many defected to the West. Approximately 1,500 people per day were fleeing to the West seeking democracy by 1961. • Rumors arose that the German Democratic Republic was going to do something drastic to stop the movement of people to the West. That became a reality during the night of August 1213, 1961, when soldiers and construction crews were brought in after midnight. While the people of East and West Berlin slept, crews tore up the streets, put up concrete posts and strung barbed wire separating the east and west. They even cut the telephone lines. • Upon awakening on the morning of August 13th, Berliners were shocked to see the border. They could no longer visit friends and relatives on the other side. More than 60,000 commuters who went to better-paying jobs in West Berlin could not cross the line to work. If a person went to sleep on August 12th away from their loved ones on the other side of the city, they were stuck there, unable to return for decades. • The fence constructed in 1961 was easy for people to cross so in 1962 a second fence parallel to the first was erected. The area between the fences was cleared to create an empty space where guards could see escape attempts. • By 1965 a concrete wall was added. It stood until a more sophisticated wall was built in 1975. This wall was also accompanied by over 300 watchtowers and thirty bunkers to keep people from crossing the border. A visit to the Berlin Wall was quite an experience in contrast. It wasn’t just a wall, it was the wall plus a 50 foot wide zone that led to a parallel pair of barbed wire fences. Tall guard tours sttod in the middle. Entering into East Berlin was through Checkpoint Charlie. From the minute you passed the guard shack it was almost sureal. Camears were positioned on the buildings and it looked as if nothing had been done since the war. The bombed out building shells still stood among rebuilt or repaired building from the post war clean up. Windows on buildings that overlooked the boarder zone were bricked up, trolley

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