The real strength and power of a national party is at what level?
Its strength lies at the state level.
The Communist Party of Cuba is the ruling party in the Republic of Cuba. In Cuba, people elect members of the National Assembly of People's Power which then chooses a President who exercises executive power. Every member of the National Assembly is a member of the CPC. Since 1992 the Cuban government has allowed other parties to exist, but it does not allow them, or the ruling Communist party, to campaign.
Southern democrats regained power during reconstruction by imposing special laws. Some of these laws included poll taxes and tests on things such as literacy. These laws that were imposed were knows as the Jim Crow laws. They retained their power by not electing Republican candidates at every level of state, local and national elections. This was relatively easy in that the Republican Party had no roots at all in the South. It should be noted…
Apartheid was all about a small group of people, led by supporters of the National Party, denying access to power to a much larger majority. The end of Apartheid was defined by that minority group losing power and the majority, led by supporters of the African national Congress Party, assuming power. After the end of Apartheid, the power was in the hands of the political leadership of the African National Congress. The ANC at that…
The United States calls its form of government where its power is divided between the national and state governments a Federal System. It created that type of government. In that case, the national government has responsibility for certain aspects and the state governments have responsibility for certain aspects. In France and England almost all power resides at the national level while administration occurs at the local level.
A member of the National Socialist German Workers' Party, founded in Germany in 1919 and brought to power in 1933 under Adolf Hitler. A member of the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (National Socialist German Workers' Party). Nazis were members of the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistiche Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) or NSDAP. The term has become synonymous with evil.