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Republican Party

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The term Republican refers to an advocate of a republic, a form of government generally associated with the rule of law. In the US, Republicans refer to those associated or on the side of the Republican Party.
Traditional American conservatives must come to grips with what hashappened to their movement.Demonstrating that history is too weirdever to have been made up.
They simply vote in the elections for a Republican candidate to tryto get them to win. As a political strategy they try to make theircandidate seem moderate and the better choice then them Democrats.
In general terms, the main features of a democracy are two innumber. First, political offices are limited in power, scope, andterm-length, so as to ensure diversity in government and preventtyranny. Second, ordinary people have a say in the what, who, why,and when (etc.) of governance in their...
Republicans that broke from the original platform, but still votedina fusion (Coalition) with the republicans during that election.
Puritan tradition of strict moral codes and government regulation of morality and society.
Yes. The Budget and Accounting ct of 1921 which was passed by theRepublican President Warren G. Harding. It created the Presidentialbudget director. The General account Office was created to assure federal oversightof the budget. Harding appointed Charles Dawes, known for being aneffective...
Republicans generally believe in fewer/lower taxes and fewergovernmental regulations. Many (although not all) Republicans tendto be more conservative on social issues as well.
How many us reps are republican?
It was one of the first time in history when women were regarded asvital to a nation's survival in it's early days. It meant civicduty and encouraged the education of women outside the traditionalsphere at the time. Religions also promoted these ideas bysuggesting women played a large role in...
Had stolen the Republican Nomination from Roosevelt who had thenwalked out with his supporters and ran under the Progressive PartyPlatform
The role of citizens in a republican government is to decide who shall represent them. This makes the people not give up their voice in government.
George W. Bush (Republican) had 55 seats in the Senate after the 2004 elections. Under President Ronald Reagan the Republicans won 54 seats in the Senate after the 1982 elections. President Eisenhower also had a Republican Senate, but his was only a 48 seats majority because Hawaii and Alaska...
The reason they are more common is due to the fact they haveexisted longer than the third parties and thus get the mostrecognition. Additionally, the Democratic Party has aligned to it more workersand minority groups. This however, has not stopped the Republicansfrom winning federal government...
The reason they are more common is due to the fact they haveexisted longer than the third parties and thus get the mostrecognition.
There are no Republican senators for California currently inWashington.
Senator John McCain got 59,934,814 votes (45.7%) in the 2008 Presidential election of the United States.
The Republican Party has long been called the GOP, or Grand OldParty.
Voted in by the constituents. Some Examples of variances of this are the British and Americansystems of elections.
No. He was an independent originally appointed by a democrat.
Even though his policies do not follow completely with theRepublicans the majority of his policies do.
The Abolitionist Free Soil Party merged into the Republicans in1854 (When the Republicans were founded)
The GOP or "Grand Old Party"
FEC campaign finance data indicates that Martin Makary donated $1000.00 to Barack Obama's campaign in 2008 so my best guess is that he's probably NOT a Republican.
Scalawags. White Southerners supporting the Republicans.
1. Pro-Life and Oppose Abortion. 2. Pro-Traditional Marriage and oppose Gay Marriage 3. They Oppose Obamacare and Medicare provided by the government. 4. Support the War on Drugs 5. Support the end of Common Core
The Romans did not have political parties andtherefore did not have a Republican party. In the late RomanRepublic two political factions developed. One, the optimates,favoured the interest of the aristocracy and its power was based onthe unelected and aristocracy-dominated senate. The other,...
If you are a Democrat you might call it the party of the working man, dedicated to social responsibility and welfare, anti-big business, anti-interventionist, pro-UN and socially responsible.. If you are a Republican you might call it the party of tax and spend, pro-socialist, anti-free market, anti...
No. In fact, the founder of the Republican Party was Abraham Lincoln, who freed the slaves during the Civil War. The Republican Party always opposed slavery and later, the "Jim Crow" laws that kept freed African slaves in positions of subservience in the United States. It was not until the 1960s...
Egypt is not in the United States and it is only the United States that has the two parties. Egypt has monarchs and is ruled very strictly according to Muslim law.
As of Jan 2015 there are more Republicans in the House and Senate.
An apple a day keeps the federalists away! because the republicans farmed and the federalists like to make factories
The modern Democratic Party wasn't formed until 1828, or 19 years after Meriwether's death by suicide. However, that party had historic roots back to 1792. While the main parties then were "Democratic-Republican" and "Federalist", President Thomas Jefferson was of the "Democratic-Republican" party....
First of all it was the Democratic-Republicans. The Major issue diving the two was the size of the Government. TheDemocratic-Republicans wanted limited and small government whilethe Federalists wanted a bigger government.
Yes and no because for example Obama, he did good stuff and bad stuff.McCaine, the same yo.
Theodore Roosevelt was a Republican from 1879-1912. He was a Progressive from 1912-1916. After that, he was back to Republican from 1916-1919.
Liberal Republicans would include Lincoln, Bush and McCain. Any person that believes it is the responsibility of the Federal Government to do more than allow for the commerce between States and the common Defense of those States could be considered a liberal. However, there are also more signs of...
Jim Webb is a Democrat...do not be fooled by his hesitation on health care and his military stances...he is a liberal!
Republicans believe the government should not interfere with businesses.
Both sides lie about where they went, fact is some remained in theDNC, some tried to form their own party, failed and joined the GOP.But the racist policies they supported as members of the DNC diedas a platform in 1948, and never gained any power back in the DNCafter that point, while the Southern...
republican.. Bobby Jindal.(R). Blanco's term ended in '07.
Thaddeus Stevens and Charles Sumner
~James Buchanan and John C. Breckinridge- Democrat ~Millard Fillmore and Andrew Donelson- Know-nothing ~John C. Fremont and William Dayton- Republicans
Right and Left wing are common terms used today to describeconservative and liberal ideals respectively. This term has originsin the French revolution where members of the Aristocracy sat onthe right at legislative assembly meetings and commoners sat on theleft. The poor tend to have more liberal...
The Radical Republicans were a faction of American politicianswithin the Republican Party from about 1854 until 1877. They calledthemselves "radicals" and were opposed during the war by moderatesand conservative factions led by Abraham Lincoln and after the warby self-styled "conservatives" (in...
If you are referring to total gun control, here are some points of views. Pro: -You can have young teenagers/madmen/adults killing people without thinking through, and let their anger control them. -Police have to obtain the best guns money can buy to outgun criminals -Risk of domestic...
My feeling is , people have been brainwashed to believe what they know.
They were the Democratic-Republicans, which is the answer on the classzone crossword puzzle
They Attempted to pass the Wade-Davis Bill which made re-admittanceto the Union for former Confederate states contingent on a majorityin each Southern state to take the Ironclad Oath to the effect theyhad never in the past supported the Confederacy. Lincoln Vetoed it.
Republicans do not like it so much as Democrats do. Democrats wantto help anyone and everyone that comes over to the United statesand give them health care and a place to stay and a job.Republicans feel that it is good to have a net migration in to thecountry, BUT you should only come if you can...
Although he was the handpicked successor to President TheodoreRoosevelt in 1908, Taft soon angered many progressives in theRepublican party with his conservative policies. This includedRoosevelt, who formed his own Progressive party (aka Bull MooseParty) to run against Taft in 1912. With half of the...
"the beliefs are for gay marriage :)" Republicans dont believe in gay marriage...
The middle of being a Democrat and being a Republican is called being politically independent. This means that you do not favor or choose being a Democrat or Republican, but feel as though you would vote on either side depending on your personal views and what you feel is best.
Until around the 60s, most southerners voted democrat for two reasons. 1) It was common to "vote as you shot". Many southerners voted for the democrats because the Union in the civil war had been led by the Republican Lincoln. 2) The Democrats at the time had many more conservative members from...
Her father was a republican!
Their State Legislature is heavily dominated by the Democratic Party, all four seats in the US Congress are held by Democrats but it has a Republican as the State Governor.
I wasn't aware that she has ideas of Olympic glory. She could certainly motivate the track team. No she certainly should never run! I live right next to Washington DC and I will never want her in a seat of power and I will not let her in Washington. She is physically unable to answer questions!...
Louisiana is a predominantly Republican state.
Abraham Lincoln was an iconic figure in representing the Republican Party.
President Warren G. Harding was a Republican.
aggressively furthered the interests of the business community
Not that sucessfull the major problems are still outstanding
Answer . John Baldacci is a Democrat.
He is a libertarian. He seems to be a fiscal conservative and liberal on social issues.
Barack Obama is the 44th president of US.
Grand Old Party. Gallup Opinion Poll Grand old Party
It depends on the era. Before and during the Civil War theRepublican party was the more progressive and liberal of the twomajor parties, most popular in the North. The Democratic party wasthe more conservative party that formerly supported slavery. Thisis not to say the parties are still like this....
The current platform of the Republican party is overwhelmingly in opposition to unreasonable gun control, as the Second Amendment right to bear arms is an integral part of the U.S. Constitution and a primary means by which citizens can protect themselves from despotical rule of their own government.
i have a work sheet in school that asks a question. why waslincoln refer as the black Republican. i think its because he supported freeing the slaves and probally the only republican that supported freeing the slaves.