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    Hey

    I would like to learn about Politics from the root.
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    (Original post by Mighty Grandiose Noble Knight)
    Hey

    I would like to learn about Politics from the root. I looked in wiki and ahh it was all confusing House of Lords? wtf is that lol

    Thank you
    Okay, how basic do you want to go? the institutions? defining what is politics? is a pretty vast subject given that somewhere, some people see something as political.
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    Wikipedia is not going to be the best way to get a grounding in the political system here. Go to a library.
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    http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk...h_politics.htm
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    also what kinda politics are you interested in ? Turnout levels? Electoral Systems? Political Parties? or EVERYTHING??
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    Politics has a wide remit, if you're interested in British politics i'm sure there's material, wikipedias is always helpful though.
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    I think the Democracy Live website is good, where you can view the different parliaments, and near the bottom there's an A-Z of terms used in politics, and there are institution guides kicking around somewhere.
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    bbc news poltiics and watching the news is a pretty good way to pick things up
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    srsly?
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    Wikipedia.
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    You'd do well to start from wikipedia and use their links, also a general introduction from Routledge they're very good for such things.
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    (Original post by Prussianking666)
    Okay, how basic do you want to go? the institutions? defining what is politics? is a pretty vast subject given that somewhere, some people see something as political.
    From the very root please
 
 
 
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