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What reforms did Liberal and Conservative parties achieve?
Weegy: the Democrats are considered more liberal and the Republicans are considered more conservative. However, there are liberal Republicans and conservative Democrats. [ The Republicans tend to favor less government and the Democrats tend to favor more government, when dealing with domestic problems and individual and states' rights. Republicans tend to favor economic laws that regulate as little as possible. Democrats favor legislation that regulates industry for the protection of the consumer. Democrats tend to favor some sort of government aid for those individuals who need assistance. Republicans tend to favor was to help the states and local, private charities help individuals in need. Libertarians believe in a strong support of individual civil liberties, private property and the free market economy with little government intervention. They favor the least amount of government interference. They believe the individual should be left alone to do as he/she wishes, as long as there is no harm to any other person or group... ] (More)
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How did the Parliament Bill in 1911 reflect the same trends occurring as a result of the reform acts?
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How did the Parliament Bill in 1911 reflect the same trends occurring as a result of the reform acts?
Weegy: The Parliament Act 1911 asserted the supremacy of the House of Commons by limiting the legislation-blocking powers of the House of Lords. [ Additionally, the 1911 Act amended the Septennial Act to reduce the maximum life of a Parliament from seven years to five years. ] User: What were some possible “pull” factors for Irish emigrants? Weegy: The third waves of Irish immigration began around the early 1840’s. Many of the Irish immigrated to America and Canada. Freedom attracted and pulled them towards America. [ Another pull factor in the third wave of Irish immigration was that their were many job openings in the railroads, coal mines, and many other industrial businesses. ] (More)
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