How and Why Political Systems change

How and Why Political Systems Change
Since the creation of mankind the world has been continually
changing. With each day, man develops, countries grow and
political systems change. A political system is an important set
of social institutions. Political systems have many functions.
Political systems create resources for education, health,
welfare, industry and foreign policy. Political systems have
changed drastically over centuries and are still changing
everyday. To understand why and how political systems change,
there are many factors. Some major factors are evolution,
A major factor and influence on why a political systems
change is due to the countries social economy.The approach in
which a country deals with certain political processes are
affected by internal divisions of income, wealth and occupation,
also by economic dependence or poverty.
There is always a positive association between economic
development and equality or income. The Linearity theory states
that economic development leads to urbanization which leads to
communicationwhich leads to high levels of education and in
turn leads to Democracy.This theory does an excellent job in
showing how economics lead to a change in political systems.
Wealthier nations such as the United States, Japan and other
European countries often have more equitable income distributions
than poorer countries.According to Robert J. Mundt, a political
researcher, "in advanced industrial nations the wealthiest ten
percent of households receive about one quarter of the national
income, while poorest receive forty percent and about twenty
percent get only fifteen percent of the national income; in
middle income countries like Brazil, the wealthiest ten percent
gets forty-six percent of national income and the poorest forth
percent get only eight percent."
An example ofa country that social economy influen…

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