The success of Donald Trump, an outsider candidate who challenged the mainstream forces of both major parties, demonstrated the continued openness and dynamism of the American system. It also demonstrated that the United States is not immune to the kind of populist appeals that have resonated across the Atlantic in recent years. The campaign featured a series of disturbing events, stemming mainly from Trump’s own remarks and the actions of his supporters, and punctuated by Trump’s insistence, without evidence and even after he won, that the election results were marred by massive fraud.
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If, on the other hand, we opt for the preservation of our separate and distinct cultures, such a course presumes different strategies and leads to different results. Thereby we condemn ourselves to the maintenance of our immigrant society with each different group making separate demands upon the body politic and the body social and a continuous demand for proportional representation. We presume a perpetually fragmented society.
To bring understanding closer, the intertwining of academia and officialdom is often perceived as a threat to university autonomy. In the modern Western university system, the concept of university autonomy emphasizes 'the power of a university or college to govern itself without outside controls'. [ 23 ] Autonomy, along with academic freedom, is defined as intrinsic to the nature of the university, and a precondition if a university is to best fulfill its role and responsibilities toward society. [ 24 ] The intertwining of academia and officialdom, however, implies external political influence being brought to bear on education. A great deal of research has addressed diverse aspects of the relationship between academia and officialdom, including, for example, the use of the educational system as a channel for the socialization and circulation of elites. The development of school networks by political elites for recruitment purposes, the involvement of political forces in the appointment and promotion of professors, and the political alliance between the university leadership and government officials, including alumni in powerful governmental positions. [ 25 ] Hence this clearly shows that state elites enjoy autonomy of their domestic policy in Third World Countries.