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The Constitution of the Crown (aka) Britain’s “Unwritten” Constitution. Rational Legal Authority System of well-established laws and procedures. Important Documents Magna Carta (1215) The British Bill of Rights (1688) Acts of Parliament Common Law Legal system based on precedent.

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the constitution of the crown aka britain s unwritten constitution
The Constitution of the Crown (aka)Britain’s “Unwritten” Constitution
  • Rational Legal Authority
    • System of well-established laws and procedures.
  • Important Documents
    • Magna Carta (1215)
    • The British Bill of Rights (1688)
    • Acts of Parliament
  • Common Law
    • Legal system based on precedent
british political culture
British Political Culture
  • Political Culture
    • Basic values and norms that people have toward political activity.
characteristics of british political culture
Characteristics of British Political Culture
  • Socially (morally) liberal
  • Gradualism (evolution not revolution)
  • Pragmatism
  • Tolerance of Opposition
  • Patriotism
  • Nationalism
  • Noblesse Oblige
  • Monarchy
political legitimacy
Political Legitimacy
  • Citizens’ Belief that their government has the right to rule.

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characteristics causing a high level of legitimacy
Characteristics Causing a High Level of Legitimacy
  • Political Efficacy:
    • Individuals believe they can influence the political process.
  • Respect for Precedent
  • Adherence to Criteria for Democracy
    • Competitive elections
    • Rule of law
    • Civil liberties
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