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Questions relating to political parties: groupings of individuals who act together to contest elections, and hold power in the government.

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similar media, parties like SDPS are a threat for their agenda, because if they get to power, sky doesn't fall and Russia does not invade, Europeans and North Americans could perhaps start questioning their …
answered Oct 10 '18 by rs.29
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This is so-called two steps forward, one step back approach in controlling population You create two at first glance bitterly opposed parties that seemingly oppose each other on number of important … or nothing to change situation. Instead, it repeats the cycle with some other unpopular act, and cycle repeats itself. Other parties and other issues (which could be very important, but two major …
answered Aug 4 '18 by rs.29
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Partisanship happens when population of said country splits in two (or more) irreconcilable groups Current situation in US is good example and illustration for such two groups. On one side we have Wh …
answered Sep 27 '18 by rs.29