Two–party System and Ionocovalency Duality *

Yonghe Zhang
         American Huilin Institute

 

Since the 18th century democratic polity of the United Kingdom, almost all Western democracies like the United States, Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand have implemented a two-party system. Japan and South Korea have become the two major political parties. Taiwan's political system is no exception. This shows that the duality of natural law applied to all areas. However, so far it seems there is no theory as the basis. According to Ionocovalent theory, the natural existence is in an ionocovalent optimized mechanism: a potential of the harmony of an ionic momentum with a covalent environment. We can define the ruling party has ionic properties, the opposition parties exercising the covalent environment. Two-party system is the optimization of a harmonious ionocovalent mechanism.

    

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