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Fascism vs Nazism Fascism and Nazism are two types of ideologies that show considerable differences between them. It can be said that Nazism is a form of Fascism. They are both considered being the opponents of liberalism. As a matter of fact, both Nazism and Fascism originated in the 20th century, influenced... 
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Fascism vs Socialism Fascism and Socialism are two schools of thought that differed from each other when it comes to their principles and concepts. Fascism is an authoritarian, nationalist political ideology. On the other hand, socialism is an economic system in which the means of production are either owned... 
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Conservatism vs Liberalism Conservatism and Liberalism are two types of schools of thought that showed tremendous difference between them. Liberalism believes in the significance of liberty and equal rights. On the other hand, conservatism tries to promote the maintenance of traditional institutions. In other... 
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Bicameral vs Unicameral Bicameral and Unicameral are two types of legislature that show some difference between them in terms of their functioning and characteristics. Bicameral legislature has an upper house. On the other hand, unicameral legislature does not have an upper house. This is a major difference between... 
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Political Science vs Politics Political science and Politics are two words that are often confused when it comes to their meaning. Actually there is some difference between the two words. Political science deals with the science of politics. On the other hand, politics refers to the affairs of the state. This... 
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Political Philosophy vs Political Theory Political philosophy and Political theory are two subjects that differ from each other in certain aspects. Political philosophy deals with topics, namely, justice, property, rights, liberty and law. On the other hand, political theory deals with the theory of politics... 
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Political Parties vs Interest Groups Political parties and Interest groups are two different terms used in the description of political scenario in a province or a country. Political parties stand in the elections and try to win the votes cast by the people. On the other hand, interest groups do not stand in... 
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Autocracy vs Oligarchy Autocracy and Oligarchy are two forms of government that show difference between them when it comes to the methods of rule and characteristics. The autocracy form of government is characterized by the presence of a single leader who rules the people. It is akin to the dictatorship form... 
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Congress vs Senate Congress and senate are two words that have become so commonplace that a common citizen hardly pays any attention to differences between these two legislative bodies. Congress and senate represent legislative branch of the government, which is one of the three branches; other two being executive... 
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Congress vs Parliament Congress and parliament are two words that have come to represent two major forms of democracies in different parts of the world. While Westminster form of parliamentary democracy is found in Britain and many other commonwealth countries that were ruled by Britain at one point of time and... 
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Democracy vs Theocracy Democracy and Theocracy are two forms of government that show differences between them when it comes to their concepts. Theocracy is a religious based government. On the other hand, democracy is a government that is elected by the people. In other words, the people reserve the right to... 
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Constitution vs Bylaws Constitution and Bylaws are two terms or words that are often confused as words that denote the same meaning. Strictly speaking, they are two different words with different meanings. The word ‘constitution’ refers to a kind of document that is created on behalf of a group of people... 
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Colonialism vs Imperialism Colonialism and Imperialism are two terms that primarily indicate the economic domination of a particular country. Although, they both hint at political domination too, they are to be looked upon as two different words that convey different senses. Suppression is the basic idea in colonialism.... 
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Civil Rights vs Civil Liberties When one hears the phrases civil rights and civil liberties, he probably makes no difference between them and treats them as being interchangeable. Though there are many similarities in these two terms as they are defined in the constitution, it is also true that there are many subtle... 
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Judge vs Magistrate Judge and Magistrate are two terms that are often confused when it comes to their usage. It is generally believed that both the terms refer to one and the same person. Actually, it is not so. A judge is different from a magistrate in more than one aspect. It is indeed true that both of... 
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State Government vs Central Government Every country has a central government to look after entire territory of the country while the country is divided into smaller units for administrative purposes and these units are referred to as states or provinces in different countries. While it is the central government... 
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