Politics USA

Capitol Hill Revolt: The Future of Western Democracies

The US is an old vote-based system; it is a rich, popular government. This should make it stable. Furthermore, the way we see the disintegration of the majority rules system in the US ought to be a notice sign to different nations. Western nations and the US can survive this breach of democracy, but the third world countries are not strong enough to survive this type of violation. The US survived the civil war breach of the Oval Office and will survive this as well. Hungary survived and German as well. But is the western model of democracy strong enough to survive in developing countries? The answer to this question is negative.