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Comparison of Russian and United States governments

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  1. The current model of the United States was set up under the United States Constitution, adopted in 1788

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  2. Both nations are governed by a constitution

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  3. Currently, the U.S. domestic policy of the Bush administration has centered around several key elements

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  4. As of late, foreign policy has been in the spotlight of national and global scrutiny

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  5. The civil right in both countries are very similar

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  6. Both governments have the same concepts of political parties, interest groups, voting, and political culture

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