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Comparison of United States and British governments

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  1. The politics of the United States and the United Kingdom have been closely tied since the 13 American Colonies established their independence from Great Britain in 1776

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  2. The United States was once a focused application of Britain’s foreign policy before the American Revolutionary War

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  3. The United States created a written constitution to protect itself from tyranny and an overly powerful government, yet the citizens were largely of British descent, and created a system of government with many similarities to that of Britain

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  4. Since World War I they have been very close allies, holding a "Special Relationship" and their politics and policies have evolved together, yet for all their similarities there are still key differences in the politics of the two countries

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  5. The Constitution of the United Kingdom is uncodified in the sense that there is no single document setting-out how the country is to be governed, but instead a variety of different sources spanning eight hundred years

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