To what extent was Germany a parliamentary democracy in the years 1900-14?

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Simple essay plan for questions concerning who held power in Germany between 1900-14.
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To what extent was Germany a parliamentary democracy in the years 1900-14?
1 Parliamentary democracy (people)
1.1 SPD
1.1.1 Workers
1.2 All men over 25 had the vote
1.2.1 Better than Britain
1.3 Reichstag
1.3.1 Laws had to go through it
2 Kaiser
2.1 Could dissolve Reichstag
2.1.1 Army Bill
2.2 Zabern Affair
2.3 Constitutional not democratic
2.3.1 Final say
2.4 Chose chancellor
3 Elites
3.1 Kaiser rarely in Berlin
3.2 Naval Law 1912
3.3 Blocked change to voting system
3.4 Pressure groups
3.4.1 Agrarian League
3.4.1.1 Elite-focused
3.4.1.2 1902 Tariff Law
4 Chancellor
4.1 Often left to decide
4.2 Daily Telegraph Affair
4.3 Post depended on supporting Kaiser
4.4 5 chancellors in time period
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