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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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 »

Examples of political parties include the Democratic Party (U.S.), the Conservative Party (U.K.), the Christian Democratic Union (Germany) and the Movement for Democratic Change – Tsvangirai (Zimbabwe). According to Merr... More »

In political systems with two or more parties, less powerful parties assume a watchdog role by paying close attention to the actions of the party in power. They quickly bring suspicious behavior to the attention of the p... More »

The modern day Republican party is descended from anti-slavery leaders from the Whig, Free-Soil and Democratic parties. They formed the Republican Party in response to the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1856, which allowed settl... More »

The history of the Democratic Party in Florida shows the state voting Democrat almost entirely from the time of post-Civil War Reconstruction through the middle of the 20th century. Starting in 1952, the state began voti... 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 »