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Politics Meaning and Definition in Dictionary

Definitions from Wordnet 2.0


  • the profession devoted to governing and to political affairs
  • the study of government of states and other political units
  • the opinion you hold with respect to political questions
  • social relations involving authority or power

Definitions from Wiktionary


  • social relations involving authority or power ,
  • the study of government of states and other political units ,
  • the profession devoted to governing and to political affairs ,
  • the opinion you hold with respect to political questions

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Politics Meaning and Definition in Wikipedia


Politics is the way that people living in groups make decisions. Politics is about making agreements between people so that they can live together in groups such as tribes, cities, or countries. In large groups, such as countries, some people may spend a lot of their time making such agreements. These people are called politicians. Politicians, and sometimes other people, may get together to form a government. The study of politics in universities is called political science, political studies, or public administration.

In everyday life, the term "politics" refers to the way that countries are governed, and to the ways that governments make rules and laws. But politics can also be seen in other groups, too, such as in big companies, schools and churches.



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* The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace in a continual state of alarm (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing them with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary. - H.L. Mencken

* I seldom think of politics more than 18 hours a day. - Lyndon B. Johnson

* In religion and politics people's beliefs and convictions are in almost every case gotten at second-hand, and without examination, from authorities who have not themselves examined the questions at issue but have taken them at second-hand from other non-examiners, whose opinions about them were not worth a brass farthing. - Mark Twain


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