When did Ronald Reagan gain support for his political views?
when he gave a speech in support of presidential candidate Barry Goldwater
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How should a conservative respond to criticism of Ann Coulter when they agree that her views are insane and damaging to the Republican party?
Like any political party, the views of the members of the Republican party are not monolithic. If someone is critical of a member of a political party, someone who disagrees with that member can simply say. "They don't represent me, they just belong to the same party." Obviously the many "Reagan Democrats" didn't feel their presidential candidate represented their views but they were still Democrats.
While most people see only differences between Conservative Republican Ronald Reagan and Liberal Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt, they do share some similarities. Both Presidents were dynamic people who took office and took charge, transforming Americans views of the government. Reagan is known for his Reaganomics idea while Roosevelt is famous for his New Deal offerings. Reagan and Roosevelt took office after large declines and turned negatives into positives for the American people.
A political unit, or group that has come together to support a series of political views is called a political party in Canada. Political parties compete in ridings, or regions, either municipal, provincial or national, in order to obtain the status and powers of an elected representative. They are called provinces
What is the biblical Christian background from the Watchtower to support the German political ideological views against the Anglo American coalition and Jews as written in their yearbook 1933?
Jehovah's Witnesses are politically neutral and their magazine the Watchtower has never voiced any support for any political ideological views Germanic or othewise. Please, visit the official website at http://www.watchtower.org/ for genuine answers to these sorts of questions. They are happy to provide the public with this information.
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