A party platform is a set of guidelines that outline the policies and beliefs that a party seeks to implement. The platform is typically written by the leadership of the party that is made up of policy experts, committee... More »

The 2014 California Democratic Party platform, officially adopted at the 2014 state convention, contains 21 individual planks, covering issues ranging from business and the economy to world peace and international relati... More »

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Issues covered in the Democratic Party platform as of 2015 include social welfare, workers' rights, civil rights, renewable energy and foreign policy. Democrats also maintain certain stances on issues that both parties t... More »

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An ideological party is a group of individuals who share a set of ideas about politics and economy. The two-party system of the United States is based on two sets ideological ideas. In general, Republicans and Democrats ... More »

The multiparty system allows people with common interests to come together and provides a platform for discussing key policies within a country. Existence of multiple political parties gives people the power to choose wh... More »

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According to Democrats.org, as of 2015, the core beliefs of the Democratic Party are "that this country succeeds when everyone gets a fair shot, everyone does their fair share, and everyone plays by the same rules." Anot... More »

The platform of the Green Party of the United States includes 10 key values. These include grassroots democracy, social justice and equal opportunity, ecological wisdom, non-violence, decentralization, economic justice a... More »