Republicans and Northern Democrats.
I beg your pardon..
Rather than being split along party lines, the Civil Rights movement tended to split the country along North-South lines. Northern politicians tended to be either pro-Civil Rights, or neutral. Southern politicians tended to be an…
Consolidation of the Nazi dictatorship, 1933-34When Hitler was nominated Chancellor on 30 January 1933 it was partly on the basis that he headed the largest party in the Reichstag, having gained 196 out of 584 seats (just under 34%) in the general election of November 1932. He was in coalition with …
it's Rudolf Hess [ Deputy Fuerur ] [ i believe ]
In full in GermanNationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP)
He just became leader because he wanted it. He told Dreschler that he wanted power and that if he didn't get it, then he'd form his own party. Hitler's philosophy was if you want something take it, Don't ask!
Hitler became the leader of Germany through the parliamentary electoral system. In…
U.S.~Britain~France~U.K.'S Commonwealth nations~Poland~
Bitterness over the end of World War I, economic depression, anti-semitism.they hated Jews and tried to kill all of them
he manipulated them with many forms of propaganda, such as Nazi- favouring newspapers, cheap radios which didn't pick up foreign signals and loudspeakers in the streets. Mass rallies were organised where Hitler addressed the audiences showing off his amazing public-speaking skills. Joseph Goebbels w…
The Republicans have the majority in congress holding 247 seats of
the 435 available.
Membership of the Nazi partyThe general membership of the Nazi Party, known as the Parteimitglieder, mainly consisted of the urban and rural lower middle classes. 7% belonged to the upper class, another 7% were peasants, 35% were industrial workers and 51% were what can be described as middle class.…
Formation of the Nazi party (NSDAP)
In 1919 Hitler was sent by the German army to spy on the predecessor of the Nazi party - the DAP. So he had to join it. It was very small and only one of about 80-90 extreme right-wing parties in the Munich area. The DAP was completely amateurish. It relied on ha…
Fascists are extreme nationalists and intensely anti-communist and
anti-democratic. They believe in complete loyalty to (Fascist)
governments and obedience among the people. Hitler and Mussolini
were famous fascists.
Fascist - one who believes in a one party state that has one
supreme leader leader…
Vladimir Lenin was the leader of the Bolshevik faction of the
Russian Social Democratic Labor Party in Russia. That faction later
split off and became its own party. Then in March 1918 it changed
its name to the Communist Party.
Lenin led the Bolshevik faction of the Marxist Russian Social
The Nazis were the inner core of the German political system and at their centre were a small group of dedicated individuals who had bought into the 'Mein Kamp' system espoused by Hitler. The core of the party was built around the SA, the SS and the charisma of a few individuals.
he's still part of the secret underground nazi movement in germany. him elected as a pope was just a cover-up by the cardinals who actually admired the Christian Adolf Hitler's tactics in killing off a large amound of the Jewish population. this then allowed for the Christian community to finally be…
The Dixiecrat party was a segregationist, populist, socially conservative splinter party of the Democratic Party in the mid-20th century who were determined to protect what they saw as the Southern "way of life" against what they perceived as an oppressive federal government.
Largest nazi party?? Nazi party was Adolf Hitler's Political party in GERMANY! Please see what you're asking, probably you're trying to ask that "when Nazi party became the largest party in Germany?" The answer is in 1932 elections, nazi became the largest party in Germany, although they did not …
A political party is an organization of people that wants to
achieve goals that are common to its members through the
acquisition and exercise of political power.
Go to your elected officials to find the correct procedures.
One who is actively involved in politics, especially party politics. One who holds or seeks a political office. One who seeks personal or partisan gain, often by scheming and maneuvering. One who is skilled or experienced in the science or administration of government.
•The "Copperheads" were Northern Democrats who opposed the war and called for reuniting the states through negotiation rather than force. They were called "Copperheads", after the poisonous snake, by the Republican opponents who favored war.
This answer is completely incorrect. The Copperheads …
The Nazi party is returning in the US,Germany,Brittan,Russia,South
Africa,Canada,Sweden,Denmark,Ireland, Scotland,Poland,Norway and
several other countries. The Nazi party isn't COMING back. It
already is back. All the above listed countries have a significant
Nazi group with sizable numbers.
The Free-Soil Party was a political party in the U.S. from 1845-1852 and their slogan was 'Free Soil, Free Speech, Free Labor and Free Men' this was inscribed on their banner. The Free Soil Party contended that slavery undermined the dignity of labor it also said it inhibited social mobility, and wa…
The World War started in 1939, and ended in 1945
He was able to do this by becoming they chancellor of Germany, and then changing the laws of Germany so he was able to get away with it without breaking any laws.
Filibuster is the term for blocking a bill for holding the floor.
Yes Lincoln was the first Republican president Before the
establishment of the Republican Party, he was a member of the Whig
party. Then when the Republican party was formed, he joined the
Republican party. This was because Lincoln did not believe slavery
the southern states strongly opposed Lincoln as president. only 40% of the public voted for Lincoln. he became president through the electorial college, when all northern representatives chose to vote for Lincoln to get back at the south - there were more nothern reps then southern so the north had …
Republicans were always mostly in the Northern states ever since
the Civil war. Also republicans favored a strong central
government, hence Abraham Lincoln using the most federal power in
history. The democratic party was always mostly in the southern
states ever since the civil war because many Dem…
He belonged to the Democratic-Republican Party of Jefferson which
formed in opposition to the Federalists.
From 1933 to 1945, the Nazi Party, was the only political party
allowed to exist under Hitler's fascist regime. All othe parties
such as the Social Democrats were forced out of Germany's political
There are only Republicans and Democrats in the House of
Representatives. There are however, 2 Independents in addition to
Republicans and Democrats in the Senate.
the kinds which did not have any sexual life
they offered national unity, prosperity and full employmentthey promised to overthrow the treaty of Versaillesthe Nazi Private army, SA was attractive to young men without a jobeconomic crisis of 1928
On March,4, 1861 Abraham Lincoln became President of the United
States. He was sworn in on that date having won the 1860 US
presidential race against three other candidates.
Dunno when, but After the fall of Hitler, the German people said no more totalitarian hose head for us
The Tories were loyalists. For example, after the US Declaration of Independence, people started taking sides, either as a patriot or as a loyalist. If you were a loyalist, you were one who remained loyal to the king and felt you had to defend England. If you were a patriot, you supported independen…
what are the disadvantages of preidential democracies?
what are the disadvantages of preidential democracies?
what are the disadvantages and advantages of presidential
as long as the electoral system exists the office of president will
always be flawed
In respect to Germany in World War II, numerous examples of a
thesis statement on the subject of the Nazi Party are easily
conceivable. Just a few examples are the following: 'The Nazi's
control of Germany in the 1930s was a necessary by-product of the
hardships suffered by Germany after World War I…
Libertarians don't believe that the government should be interfering with privately performed marriages, so in a sense, yes, they are open to same-sex marriage. Libertarians who are not are hypocrites.
Libertarians are in favor of personal rights, which includes gay rights.
it is the Democrats.
Antisemitism is not an inherent trait in anyone. A trait is brown eyes, straight hair, etc. It was a prejudicial choice that was made to further the Nazi Party. Hitler's grandfather was a Jew. There were Americans, British and other persons who supported Hitler for Political and Financial reasons.
these political parties were started around the time of George Washington. our first president was against the parties because he thought people would elect a candidate in the persons own party rather then the candidate that was the better fit to lead. written by, -an eight grader
Adolf Hitler did not join the National Socialist German Workers
Party, Adolf Hitler was the founder
of the National Socialist German workers Party because Adolf Hitler
change the name of the
German Workers Party, to National Socialist Workers Party because
Adolf Hitler had
I found this, hope it work.
= Some advantages and disadvantages of information technology =
Before we can know about all the advantages and disadvantages of information technology, it is essential that we know what information technology is exactly, and why it has it come to play such a importan…
Democracy is more than just a set of specific government institutions; it rests upon a well-understood group of values, attitudes, and practices - all of which may take different forms and expressions among cultures and societies around the world. Democracies rest upon fundamental principles, not un…
Prior to and also during World War II, Hitler utilized the Nazi
Party in various ways in order to accomplish his goals. The Nazis
served Hitler as co-planners, as co-motivators, as mouth-pieces and
interpreters, as administrators, as informers, even as enforcers,
in both domestic and military affair…
The Know Nothings was made up of mostly Whig deflectors when the
Whig Party broke up after the 1854 election. They were a nativist
party that was anit-Catholic and wanted to decrease immigration and
make life difficult for immigrants. The Know Nothings common
criticisms of immigrants was that they b…
In Germany in the World War II era, the Nazi Party targeted a
number of different German 'types' for membership, including
industrial leaders and military officers with leadership skill and
proven battle-records. More popularly, however, the 'ideal' member
was a blonde-haired and blue-eyed male of i…
The party platform should be a guide to the political issues of the
It is a list of issues that are, at times, controversial.
Because he wanted to kill evryone because Hitler hated the Jews.
power was his ONLY objective by ANY means necessary
committees and subcommittees
In reference to politics, the "right wing" means the Republican or Conservative forces. Republicans started being called the "right wing" or simply the "right" because republicans traditionally sit on the right side of a house of legislators, while the liberals or democrats sit on the left side.
Four presidents were members of the United States Whig Party. The Whigs won only two elections but both the elected Whig President died in office. William Henry Harrison (1841)John Tyler (see note) (1841-1845)Zachary Taylor (1849-1850)Millard Fillmore (1850-1853)Abraham Lincoln was elected to Congre…
He started the party
Nethaji subash chandra Bose
Political Parties are a natural part of human political
interaction. People will naturally disagree on how government
should function and what benefits it should confer on its various
members. When people come together to choose a platform of ideals,
this becomes a political party.
Nazi is a slightly derogatory nickname, that makes fun of the German pronunciation of "National". The real name of the Nazi party was The National Socialist German Workers' Party.
The Know-Nothing Party was officially known as the American Party.
The were anti-immigration and anti-Catholic. They were called the
Know-Nothings because they kept their organization semi-secret and
when they were asked about it they would say, 'I know nothing.'
The democratic and republican.
In the 1984 presidential election, Abraham Lincoln ran against
George B. McClellan, a Democrat. Lincoln won with 55% of the vote.
They needed someone to take charge and get their country back to it's feet. Unfortunately, the person that stepped up was a Nazi.Hitler was able to manipulate them into believing that the Jews were responsible for there downfall. So they believed him and his propaganda. For the Germans it made sense…
The Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, or "Nazi" Party for short, was never the only political party in Germany. (In English, it was the National Socialist German Workers' Party.) Especially through the Weimar years (1919-1933), there were dozens of other political parties throughout Ge…
The Democrats use primaries to choose their presidential candidate.
They pick the candidate who has the best chance to win.
The popular vote in Democratic primaries is altered by the
appointment of "Super-Delegates". This has been a controversial
part of their primary process.
The Mensheviks were one wing of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, the other wing was the Bolsheviks. The Menshevik leader was Julius Martov (Kerensky was a Socialist Revolutionary). The difference between the Menshevik & Bolsheviks was a matter of hair-splitting over Marxist doctrine. …
The Labour Party.
The Conservative Party.
The Liberal Democrats.
Scottish National Party
Are the British political parties represented in the house of
commons. There are three parties from Northern Ireland who are
represented in the house of commons namely; Democratic Unionist
protect the enviroment
The political party that was first to appear in the new US was The
Federalist Party. The first two US presidents, Washington and Adams
Some reasons the Lincoln-Douglas debates were important:
They helped Stephen Douglas popularize the idea of building a
railroad from Chicago to California.
They made people even more confused about slavery and what was
at stake in the upcoming election.
They boosted Lincoln's profile, making him a…
Lincoln challenged his political opponent, at the time, Stephen A. Douglas to a series of debates on slavery, known as the Lincoln-Douglas debates of 1858. They took place in Illinois. He exposed some of Douglas's controversial views also in Douglas's Freeport doctrine. Lincoln earned much credit fo…
Technically, no. The Nazi party has been outlawed in Germany ever since the end of World War 2, and in fact it is illegal to display the emblem of the Nazis, the swastika, in Germany. It is also against the law there to preach holocaust denial or revisionism (a sneaky form of antisemitism disguised …
They held the Jews responsible for Germany's hard times. -NovaNet-
They wanted to kill all the Jews in the whole world and
they started in Germany because that was where they
They wanted to kill all the Jews in the whole world and
they started in Germany because that was where they lived.
the nazis wanted ALL the power,NOT just to kill jews,THAT was only
Republicans and democrats. How you would define each is subject to change. Most people, I think, vote for the candidate, rather than the party. Some exceptions, of course.
so many people joined the Nazi party because they thought that that was the way forward and the best option which would bring Germany back to normal
Also, vast personal improvements were available if you were able to join; promotion, access to rare wartime goods and of course the ability to 'denoun…
Stephen A. Douglas debated Lincoln in a famous series of debates in 1858. They were campaigning for the office of US Senator from Illinois. The debates attracted national attention and were published in the newspapers in the East as well as the Midwest.
29 July 1921.
Some purposes that political parties serve are:
work together to help government
relate differences within countries/nations
HELP GET public ISSUES AND LAWS PASSED
Tory is another word for conservative.
he became the party's propaganda officer
he was ORDERED by the ARMY to spy but instead took over the nazi
Goering, Hess, Himmler, Goebells, Heydrich
The party platform is written every four years.
They fled to Amsterdam in the Netherlands (Holland).
A sitting President usually has considerable influence in his
party. He can do much to direct and shape legislation. He can twist
arms of maverick party members in Congress and can campaign for
those he favors. He also has control of a lot of federal money
which he can direct to the districts and st…
The National Union Party became the Republican Party.
The main use was terror.People were to scared to speak out because they knew what would happen to them. Many people of Germany did know that what Adolf Hitler was doing was wrong but were to afraid and felt alone so did not say their part. A lot of Germans fled from the country as they thought it wa…
How Successful Were Nazi Policies Towards Young People?
Summary: The Nazi policies towards young people could be viewed as one of the most successful aspects of Nazi Germany. This is because of a variety of reasons. The Nazis took advantage of the need for German youth groups and used what teenager…
ZANU PF is the name of the governing political party in Zimbabwe, of which Robert Mugabe is leader. It is a right wing nationalistic party that favours restrictions on free speech, suppression of freedom of the media, and tends towards totalitarianism. It is also violently anti-British and anti-Amer…
He was Democrat but is now independent.
The Republican Party advocates for Individualism. They support: Unregulated business (Free market) Lower taxation Laws from individual states rather than federal government Social Conservatism Literal interpretation of the Constitution Individual Rights Private Ownership These are just a fe…
The English term 'centralist' means advocating centralization someone who is neither right or left of an issue
One of the main ways is by exchanging favors. One elected official supports the others in his official actions and his endorsements, and the "machine" works to get everyone reelected by means both legal and illegal, fair and unfair. With a hold on the legal and financial workings of government, a ma…
green movement started at 2008 election in Iran supporting Mirhosein Mussavi one of the candidates. but after election it became example of protesters even who didn't vote.
It may belong to a member of a specific political party. I may be a group of people travelling together to qualify for a reduced fare