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When you're referring to the party. A Democrat is someone who belongs to the Democratic Party; a democrat is someone who believes in democracy. Democrats (big D) are democrats, but not all democrats (small D) are Democrats -- some of them are Republicans.
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Kinshasa is the capital of the "Democratic Republic of the Congo." To its west, Brazzaville is the capital of Congo (the Republic of the Congo ). Kinshasa
The capital of the German Democratic Republic, also known as East Germany, was Berlin.
At the beginning of a sentence and when it forms part of the proper noun. Example: Texas Democratic Party
I found a relatively good answer at: http://forum.wordreference.com/showthread.php?t=1087100 As I understand, if you are referring to the Democratic Party, then the wo…rd should be capitalized. If you are referring to a democratic concept, the the word should be lowercase.
It is capitalized when it refers to the party. Example: Republican Party
They should be capitalized when you are referring to the political parties.
The Democratic Republic of the Sudan was the military government in Sudan from 1969 to 1985, led by Gaafar Nimeiry. The capital was never moved from Khartoum during this regim…e.
No, because it is not a proper noun.
It is capitalized when it forms part of the proper noun. Example: The Democrat is a weekly newspaper in Tate County.
The Spirit of Democratic Capitalism was created in 1982.