Discussion: White House Staffers

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Discussion: White House Staffers

Discussion: White House Staffers

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The series ran from 1999 to 2006, encompassing 156 episodes. Consultants who helped ensure the accuracy of character portrayals as well as the action and atmospherics of life in the White House included former White House staffers Dee Myers, Marlin Fitzwater, Peggy Noon, and Gene Sperling. Netflix now offers viewers all seven seasons, and multiple Twitter handles for West Wing characters continue to keep the show alive.

So if your friends try to tell you that politics is boring, just say, “You might think that….” Then invite them to the movies and wait for the curtain to go up.

In 1987, Thatcher again called for an election four years into her term and won. Three years later, Thatcher’s popularity fell as a result of her support for a poll tax that many Britons considered regressive and unfair. Under attack within her own Conservative Party, she resigned, turning over the reins of government to her successor, John Major. But by then she had already held the United Kingdom’s highest office for more than a decade—a twentieth-century record.

In the United Kingdom, the resignation of a chief executive who has lost public confidence is expected. Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain (1869–1940) resigned in 1940, despite the fact that his party still commanded a majority in the House of Commons. So widespread was his unpopularity after his “appeasement” of Adolf Hitler at Munich that he stepped aside and let another Tory leader take charge—a chap named Winston Churchill. The redoubtable, gravel-voiced, cigar-smoking Churchill, of course, proved to be one of history’s great wartime leaders.

Other circumstances may cause a government to fall before its five-year term has expired. If the majority party’s policy is unpopular or if the government becomes embroiled in a scandal, a motion of no confidence can be introduced. If the motion passes in a no-confidence vote, the government resigns. The prime minister then asks the monarch to dissolve parliament and call for new elections. In countries with multiparty parliamentary systems, governments come and go frequently in this manner, but it is rare in the United Kingdom, where it has not happened since Prime Minister James Callaghan lost a no-confidence motion in 1979.

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