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When do you capitalize Democrat?
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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It was Bonn. Let's be clear on this: Bonn was the capital of the FDR, the Federal Republic of Germany, West Germany. But the DDR, the Deutches Democratik Republik, The Ge…rman Democratic Republic, East Germany, the capital was Berlin. And no, I am not for one moment suggesting East Germany was democratic, but that was its name......
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.
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The capital city of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (which is also called North Korea) is PYONGYANG (평양).
Anybody can be a member of the Democratic Party. The DemocraticParty, like the Republican Party is made up of the 50 DemocraticParties in the individual states, and Puerto Ric…o. To join thelocal Democratic Party is usually a function of state law. Somestates have party registration, other states have an "open primary"if you vote in the Democratic primary you are a member of theparty. If you want to be a member forever of either party, justsend them some money. People who are Democrats are people who believe in democracy.People who are Democrats are people who believe in a wide range ofissues including the advancement of labor and labor organizations,women's rights, civil rights, public education, and the worth ofgovernment in society. The Democratic Party is a "Big Tent,"meaning they have a large number of constituencies and interestswho work together.
Because I know every private employer in America is dependent in some way on public investment -- whether it's roads and water systems or Courts and Clerks offices or police a…nd fire or national defense or even if they're selling things to the government -- and reducing government spending does nothing but stifle the private sector. Because I know cutting tax rates also decreases tax revenues. Because I know rapists shouldn't have parental rights. Because I know reducing unemployment below five percent doesn't destroy the economy. Because I know the loss of one man's rights is the loss of all men's rights. Because I know the rights endowed by the Creator must be protected by good honest men and women. Because I know not to forget to include women when I write about these things. And because I am hopeful and I believe in the future of The United States of America and I am willing to take part in our civic society to protect all the things that make our country great.
The capital of the German Democratic Republic, also known as East Germany, was Berlin.
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 (DRC) and Brazzaville (Republic of Congo)
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One of the two major parties in the U.S.A. . Generally they are anti-war, pro-choice (abortion), and are found in most large cities and along coastlines. ^This is true, but …they also support "big government", AKA government involvement in people's lives in the case of entitlement programs. They support a Socialistic approach, "redistributing" wealth.
The two countries are neighbors, but the DRC is much larger than the ROC. 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).
Democratic is a form of government by the people and for the people.
The capital of East Germany (GDR) was East Berlin.