Explanation Analysis And Video Essay

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Beatriz Duran ISS1120 July 17, 2015 Explanation Analysis/Video Essay #4 Even though numerous world governments claim to behave in the most favorable interests of the crowd they rule, only democracies actually epitomize the will of the citizens. Elections allow voice and agency to every single individual in the political population and let all concerned citizens to directly engage in politics and take part in the dialogue of how the community will be administrated. As a result, elections are the most primary constituent of democracies. Public opinion is made up of the beliefs of the people of a state that have an impact to those in control. In a liberal state, politicians shall take into…show more content…
In 2004, it was the largest political party, with 72 million registered voters (42.6% of 169 million registered) claiming affiliation.[7] The president of the United States, Barack Obama, is the 15th Democrat to hold the office, and from the 2006- midterm elections until the 2014-midterm elections, the Democratic Party was the majority party for the United States Senate. The Republican Party is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States of America. Since the 1880s it has been nicknamed (by the media) the "Grand Old Party" or GOP, although it is younger than the Democratic Party. Founded in 1854 by Northern anti-slavery activists and modernizers, the Republican Party rose to prominence in 1860 with the election of Abraham Lincoln, who used the party machinery to support victory in the American Civil War. The GOP dominated national politics during the Third Party System, from 1854 to 1896, and the Fourth Party System from 1896 to 1932. Today, the Republican Party supports an American conservative platform, with further foundations in economic liberalism, fiscal conservatism, and social conservatism. Former President George W. Bush is the 19th Republican to hold that office. The party 's nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 presidential election was Mitt Romney, former Governor of
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