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 »

There are many examples of ideological parties, but one of the most well known parties of the 20th century is the Nazi Party. Formed by a group of unemployed soldiers in 1919, the Nazi Party would go on to rule Germany a... More »

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Beliefs espoused by the Independent American Party in the United States include religious foundation in Christianity, state sovereignty, a free enterprise economy and upholding laws and regulations set forth in the U.S. ... More »

The Tea Party stands for three primary principles: limited government to ensure personal freedom, free markets and economic freedom as a means to grow the economy and create jobs, and fiscal responsibility to reduce the ... More »

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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A single-issue party is a political party that argues and promotes legislation for a single issue. Green parties in various nations, for example, started off as parties focusing solely on the environment. More »