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following the november-december 1946 disturbances, the new delhi government envisaged that the social structure in india was one which was almost ideally suited for political revolution, since the masses are poor, the classes are parochial and class consciousness is widespread. the price of the opposition to independence was that it would be robbed of the many contributions and, above all, the sacrifices that indians had been making for the last century or so and in almost every direction. following the disturbances, leaders of the various parties adopted a united front, and a programme was formulated for the formation of an all party national coalition to lead the country at a time of crisis.

despite the recent flurry of legislation by parliamentary and local bodies in india, the united states continues to face challenges such as the one emanating from the economic and social crisis. in their efforts to solve these problems, executive, legislative and judicial branches have brought to the fore old debates on the constitutionality of the crisis, the role of political decision making in the crisis, and the relevance of judicial review. the crisis has manifested the extensive and pervasive nature of public sector employment. there are three branches of government in the united states. they are the executive, legislative, and judicial branches. the executive branch is in charge of carrying out laws, while the legislative branch adopts the laws and the judicial branch interprets the laws.

For the last two decades this sector has developed considerably and yet it still seeks to become the world’s leading actor in transnational integration. Federal planning since the 1950s has been essentially aimed at the countries of the OECD and the countries that wish to be members of the world’s most advanced industrial nations. Its main emphasis is now on economic growth at home. Since the 1960s, there have been several events to further accelerate the process of inter-state integration. First, there was the “Washington consensus”; a second wave of debate has occurred at the beginning of the 21st century, with the issue of globalization. The “Washington consensus” leads to the adoption of the nation-state based market economy and support for reduced state intervention in the market economy. The second wave of debate (the “globalization wave”) emphasizes the need to create a global internal market and to integrate, through the opening of markets and by agreeing to open and universal standards, the two major processes of international integration currently taking place, that is, inter-state integration and the inter-nationalization of the economy. The United States is still the driving force in the world economy, and thus still plays a major role as a leader in economic integration. Growth in developing countries is viewed as resulting from the challenge of developing the supply side through greater openness to trade and investment. This was seen as one of the benefits of the Washington consensus. However, given the current challenges that face emerging economies, they are now looking to the Washington consensus to promote the growth of developing countries.