Political Parties And Interest Groups

940 WordsNov 16, 20154 Pages
The goal of this paper is to demonstrate how political parties and interest groups are able to get citizens to participate in politics and political party participants or interest group members. This is a comparison and contrast paper. The following will be a comparison between political parties and interest groups. Three points will be mentioned. The first point will be the purpose, the second will be the role they play and finally three strategies parties and interest groups use to get people to participate. A political party is a group of well-dedicated people who unite to win elections, operate the government, and determine public policy. Political parties are fairly different from interest groups. Interest groups want to influence not necessarily run the government. Political parties have numerous key purposes. These purposes include run and select a good candidate for office. Along with monitoring power added by several other parties and also advising citizens on a lot of issues. There are two political parties in the U.S. which are Republican and Democrat. These two parties maneuver the national and local level. So, basically the purpose of a political party is to create something noticeable for someone so that more people can come together and help their cause. Political Parties have many roles one of the roles is that they choose candidates for office. Members and individual politicians made a group of aliens that cooperates with their determination to pass and
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