Political Parties

When members of one party regularly group together in opposition to another party
Partisanship
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The Democrats tend to be this (seeking change to the political, economic, and social status quo)
Liberal
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A view that seeks to defend the political, economic and social status quo
conservative
3 of 10
_______ conservative (a term popularised by George W. Bush)
Compassionate
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Arguably there is a _____ state system as the individual state parties are organisationally autonomous and ideologically varied
Fifty
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This movement formed from the Republicans in 2008
Tea Party
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In reality, this ensures a two-party system
First Past the Post
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The third party candidate who gained 45 electoral college votes in 1968
Wallace
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In 1994 the Republicans moved towards natonalising their electoral campaign with this ten-point policy programme
Contract with America
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The only time when the parties meet on nationally
Convention
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Card 2

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The Democrats tend to be this (seeking change to the political, economic, and social status quo)

Back

Liberal

Card 3

Front

A view that seeks to defend the political, economic and social status quo

Back

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Card 4

Front

_______ conservative (a term popularised by George W. Bush)

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Arguably there is a _____ state system as the individual state parties are organisationally autonomous and ideologically varied

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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