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  • The Republican Party

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    Though the Republican Party was founded on pro-minority ideals and continued to have the support of minorities its reputation quickly began to change. Wagner (2007) states that during the early late 1800s and the early 1900s, Republican support weakened among the working class. In addition, many Americans, including a sizable number of Republicans, believed that American society had lost its moral fiber. As a result of these factors, many Republicans became affiliated with the Progressive Movement

  • The Republican Party

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    The Republican Party The Republican party is one of the two major POLITICAL PARTIES in the United States, the other being the DEMOCRATIC PARTY party. It is popularly known as the GOP, from its earlier nickname Grand Old Party. From the time it ran its first PRESIDENTIAL candidate, John C. Fremont, in 1856, until the inauguration of Republican George BUSH in 1989, Republican presidents occupied the WHITE HOUSE for 80 years. Traditionally, Republican strength came primarily from New England and

  • Republican Party

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    Earlier this year, the United States Government shutdown for the eighteenth time in the history of the country, due to a lack of compromise between the two congressional parties. The shutdown began October 1st 2013 after senate and the House of Representatives failed to enact regular appropriations for the 2014 fiscal year, and ended sixteen days later after President Obama signed a bill to raise the debt limit. Costing more than 24 billion dollars, this shutdown proved to be one of the worst in

  • The Republican Party: The Basic Principles Of The Republican Party

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    Earlier in his political career, Ronald Reagan, the most vocal conservative Republican in recent years, was criticized for having switched from the Democratic to the Republican Party. He remarked that it was not he who left the Democratic Party; it was the Democratic Party that left him. That is, the basic principles that the conservative Republicans now adhere to were principles that many Americans, including the Democrats, once cherished. When the Democrats began to leave those conservative principles

  • Rousseau and The Republican Party

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    Rousseau and The Republican Party The Republican Party, since its first convention in Michigan in 1854, has had a philosophy that has remained relatively unchanged. Its oath entices Americans to believe that "good government is based on the individual and that each person's ability, dignity, freedom and responsibility must be honored and recognized" In this essay, I will examine the Republican's main philosophies and will describe how Rousseau would agree or disagree with their position

  • Republican & Democratic Parties

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    political parties fighting in each country in order to take control of their government. The United States of America is not an exception, as the Democratic and Republican parties compete against each other in every election in order to gain control of the US Government. These two political parties are the most popular and powerful in the US, there are very popular that other political parties have no chance on competing against these two in an election race. In order to win elections the parties need

  • Analysis Of The Democratic Party And The Republican Party

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    two major political parties, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. The Republican Party was founded by anti-slavery activists on March 20th, 1854, and is represented by its mascot, the elephant. Often referred to as the “Grand Old Party”, or GOP, Republicans favor customs that exude traditional Christian values with a platform based on American Conservatism. As a Christian myself, the values I share with Republican ideals are a main reason I side with the Republican Party. Political ideology

  • democrat and republican parties

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    “The Democratic Party at its worst is better for the country than the Republican Party at its best.” This was a statement made by Lyndon B. Johnson in 1955. Lyndon B. Johnson of course was a Democrat. Is this quote true today? That is a question that can only be answered after a careful analysis of the philosophy of the Republican and Democratic leaders that help to run this nation. “Neither of the two major parties is made up of people who are all of one mind. Each party is a coalition of many people

  • Current State of the Republican Party

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    It was a commonly held belief among the Republican party that Mitt Romney was almost a guaranteed win in the 2012 presidential election. This view wasn't necessarily because Romney followed Republican policy to a T but rather because of Obama's disastrous job with the economy in the previous four years. History was well in the minds of most Republicans in that particular matter since no president since Franklin Delano Roosevelt had ever won a presidency after the economy had gone as low as it did

  • Fiscal Policy of the Republican Party

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    Policy of the Republican Party When Bill Clinton and the Democrats stormed to power in 1992, their anthem was the 1970s rock ditty "Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow." In the aftermath of their crushing defeat in November, Democrats today are humming a different tune, that of the 1960s surf classic Wipeout. And you have to go back even further than that--to 1952, to be exact--to truly understand the magnitude of the catastrophe that befell the Democrats. That was the last time Republicans, sporting