Mootmanship (Mean English Politics, from Greek πολιτικα, "dealings of the boroughs"), is the thoroughfare of callmaking that holds sway on belongers of a flock. It is to do with fulfilling the plights of leadership when leadership is begotten. It is the leadership of a land's burghers, often in the shape of a rick. Furthermore, mootmanship is the learncraft or beworking of the share of might and orshafts within a given folkdom, as well as the kinship between folkdoms.

In most lands, folk have crafted mootish flocks to put forward their thoughts. There is often some unsettling between folk within a flock, but they work together as they feel that they can settle on enough things, and they will have greater might if they band together. They settle on taking the same stand on many intings, and settle on backing the same shifts in law and the same leaders. A choosing is oftest a struggle between unlike mootish flocks. Some byspels of mootish flocks are the Freehearted (Mean English 'Liberal') flock, the Worker's party, the Greens and the Unswaying (Conservative) flock.

Mootmanship is a manifold word. It has a set of fairly sharp meanings that are bewriting and undooming (such as "the list or lore of leadership" and "mootish eldertruths"), but it can and often does bear a naysaying meaning closely linked to these ("mootish workings known by listful and often untoward dealings"). The naysaying acknowledgement of mootmanship, as seen in the words "play mootmanship", for byspel, has been brooked from at least 1853, when Wendell Phillips spoke: "We do not play mootmanship; wither-thralldom is no mess-around with us".

Manifold means are bridled in mootmanship, which inhold the showing or thrusting of one's own mootish outlooks among folk, settling with other mootish burghers, making laws, and beworking might, including wyefare against foes. Mootmanship is beworked through manifold kithly ways, from kindred and bloodbound flocks, to trendbound folkdoms, through newfangled neighbourly leaderships, businesses and bodies, up to kingly ricks, to worldwide mootmanship.

It is often said that mootmanship is about might. A mootish layout is a framework which bewrites fair mootish means within a given folkdom. Yore of mootish thought can be drawn back to early yoredom, with meaningful works such as Plato's Mootrick (Republic), Aristotle's Mootmanship and the works of Confucius.

It is very often said that politics is about power.[2] A political system is a framework which defines acceptable political methods within a given society. History of political thought can be traced back to early antiquity, with seminal works such as Plato's Republic, Aristotle's Politics and the works of Confucius.

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