Citations with the tag: POLITICAL parties -- United States
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- Other U.S. Political Parties.
// World Almanac & Book of Facts; 2000, p74
No abstract available.
- It's my party.
Gallagher, John // Advocate; 10/29/96, Issue 719, p45
Discusses the three third parties in the United States, the Libertarian Party, the Reform Party, and the Green Party, with reference to their gay presence in terms of policy and personnel. Statistics on the number of votes usually captured by third parties; Details on some of the parties'...
- Three's a crowd.
Jacobs, Charles // Business News New Jersey; 11/1/95, Vol. 8 Issue 20, p28
Reports that the New Jersey law is very protective of the two-party system. Requirements for a third party's entrance on the ballot; Chances for Perot's candidacy; Third parties and popular candidates in making the 1996 elections lively.
- Party time.
Kowalski, Kathiann M. // Cobblestone; Oct96, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p18
Focuses on the history of political parties in the United States. Birth of the first political parties in the 1790s; Federalists; History of the Democratic Party. INSET: The other parties, by K.M.K..
- Brutal poll for Dems.
Moulitsas, Markos // Hill; 12/2/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 142, p23
In this article, the author discusses the findings of a poll for Daily Kos, conducted by the nonpartisan pollster Research 2000 which measures voter sentiment toward Republican and Democratic leaders and the parties in the U.S.
- Hopeful election news.
Reynolds, David // Dollars & Sense; Jan/Feb97, Issue 209, p6
Reports on the continuing growth of progressive party-building in 1996 in the United States. Building support from the grassroots up as the long-range strategy of the progressive parties; Updates on progressive party groups in the United States and how they fared during the 1996 elections;...
- The battle for congress.
Fund, John H. // American Enterprise; Sept/Oct96, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p70
No abstract available.
- How's your political I.Q.?
Fund, John H. // Human Events; 8/30/96, Vol. 52 Issue 33, p10
No abstract available.
- How can you tell the difference between the two major parties?
Hanson-Harding, Alexandra // Junior Scholastic; 10/04/96, Vol. 99 Issue 3, p8
Presents information on the political parties in the United States, which are contending the 1996 elections. Views of the first president George Washington; Definition of a political party; Indepth look at the Republican and the Democratic party; Perception of the parties in 1996.
- Reform Party seeks a compass.
Feldmann, Linda // Christian Science Monitor; 10/1/99, Vol. 91 Issue 215, p1
Focuses on how Pat Buchannan's switch to the Reform Party has raised questions over its identity and future.
- Good news-bad news for House Democrats.
Feldmann, Linda // National Journal; 9/28/96, Vol. 28 Issue 39, p2072
Presents polling data on political parties for the 1996 US congressional elections from the Pew Research Center for The People & The Press. Chances of Democratic Party's candidate for Congress; Reelection of Representatives in Congress; Influential factor for congressional voting.
- ROOM AT THE DEBATE TABLE.
Feldmann, Linda // Christian Science Monitor; 6/15/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 143, p8
Reports on the political efforts of the Reform Party and the Green Party in the United States in the 2000 presidential election.
- Sorting out the centrists.
McCrea, C.H. // Las Vegas Business Press; 12/4/95, Vol. 12 Issue 48, p4
Opinion. Comments on reports that seven prominent politicians are discussing the need for a centrist political party. Includes Paul Tsongas, Gary Hart, Tim Penny; Balanced budget effort; Policy debate.
- Political party realignment.
Molitor, Graham T.T. // Vital Speeches of the Day; 3/15/96, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p346
Presents speech by the President of Public Policy Forecasting Inc. and Vice President of the World Future Society, given before the 104th Congress John C. Stennis Congressional Staff Fellows Forum, dealing with political party realignments in the United States. Consensus and attitudes;...
- Spoiling for success.
Nichols, John // Progressive; Aug97, Vol. 61 Issue 8, p32
Discusses the tactics of the Green Party to run against the Democratic party in a congressional seat in the United States. Comments of Roy Romer, Colorado governor, on the criticism against him; Electoral strategy of the two political parties used in New Mexico; Comments of several political...
- How Dems win in 2010.
Budowsky, Brent // Hill; 10/6/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 113, p31
In this article the author discusses the factors that the Democrats should consider to win public support in the U.S.
- Security. Opportunity. Responsibility.
Reed, Bruce; From, Al // Blueprint; Mar2005, Vol. 2005 Issue 1, p1
Introduces a series of articles on the U.S. Democratic Party.
- Tangled Party Roots.
Matthews, Andrew; Kowalski, Kathiann M. // Cobblestone; Sep2008, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p18
The article discusses the beginning of two major political parties in the U.S., the Republican and the Democratic party.
- Party Pros and Cons.
Krasner, Barbara D. // Cobblestone; Sep2008, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p36
The article discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the U.S. political parties.
- Brain Ticklers.
Krasner, Barbara D. // Cobblestone; Sep2008, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p48
A quiz concerning the rise of political parties in the U.S. is presented.
- Pushing both parties to the center.
Krasner, Barbara D. // Christian Science Monitor; 3/6/97, Vol. 89 Issue 69, p20
Focuses on the ideology of the Democratic and Republican political parties of the United States. Claims of United States President Bill Clinton on entering office; What Clinton brings to the Democrats; Policies which are important to the Democrats; Attempts to restructure the Republican party;...
- THE DEMOCRATS IN '88.
Schneider, William // Atlantic (02769077); Apr87, Vol. 259 Issue 4, p37
Explores the categories of candidates for Democratic Party's nomination for president in the U.S. Rejuvenators; Revisionists; Reconstructionists; Revivalists.
- New York's 23rd district race: Democrats, beware--your children may be next.
Schneider, William // Hill; 11/5/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 131, p28
In this article, the author discusses the compromises done by both political parties, the Democrats and the Republicans, to win the elections in the U.S.
- The parties' civil wars.
Stoddard, A. B. // Hill; 11/5/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 131, p31
In this article the author discusses the civil war between two political parties the Democrats and the Republicans in the U.S.
- Between Issues.
Stoddard, A. B. // New Leader; Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 88 Issue 2, p2
Introduces the article "Reviving the Democrats," by Andrew J. Glass.
- Political Parties in America.
Stoddard, A. B. // Monkeyshines on America; Jan2003 U.S. Events 1812-1837, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p9
Focuses on evolution of the Federalists and the Democrat-Republicans, two political parties of the U.S.
- Engine defeat alarms GOP.
Bennett, John T. // Hill; 2/23/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 23, p16
The article reports on the fear of some in the U.S. House that there will be a new coalition between Tea Party-backed Republican Party freshmen and liberal Democrats in 2011.
- The bipartisanship diversion.
Glastris, Paul // U.S. News & World Report; 12/23/96, Vol. 121 Issue 25, p37
Focuses on the issue of bipartisan consensus. How lack of bipartisanship in the government is portrayed by the media; Suggestion that evidence that American voters really want bipartisanship is less than overwhelming; Problems with idea that bipartisanship is the best way to solve national...
- Better hide those gavels.
Glastris, Paul // National Journal; 3/01/97, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p399
Reports on the conflict arising between members of the United States Democratic and Republican Parties in the Senate Judiciary Committee.
- Breaking up is hard to do.
Cook, John // Mother Jones; May/Jun98, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p19
Provides information on several political organizations in the United States. Political activities of Texas: A Righteous Nation Under God movement; Explanations from Michael Hill, president of the League of the South movement; Background information on the Kanaka Maoli movement in Hawaii.
- Party on, America.
Doherty, Brian // Reason; Jan96, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p6
Editorial. Comments on the advantage of having many political parties in the United States. Willingness of the majority to vote for a non-major-party candidate; Growing dissatisfaction of the people with the two big parties; Strong ideological schisms within major parties; Tendency for third...
- 25 years ago in the American Spectator.
Slemp, Bascom C. // American Spectator; Oct97, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p16
Presents an excerpt from the article `November and Beyond,' which appeared in the October 1972 issue of `The American Spectator.'
- Fusion energy.
Pitney Jr., John J. // Reason; Apr97, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p45
Presents information on the future of minor parties in America through fusion strategy. How fusion strategy might make good political sense; Arguments by the supporters and the opponents of the fusion strategy; Advantage of fusion.
- Hill civility is a relative thing.
Swanson, K.C. // National Journal; 1/11/97, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p76
Focuses on the efforts of some US Members of Congress to restore friendly relations between political parties. Plans for a bipartisan weekend retreat; Agenda for the affair; Improvement for the quality of discourse.
- Mayflower misery.
Steyn, Mark // American Spectator; Nov97, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p50
Scrutinizes the political parties in the United States. Conservatives as losing party; How the Republican leaders are compared with well-known British; Comparison of spending with speech.
- Democratic Left Political Death Wish Part IV.
GANDELMAN, JOE // Moderate Voice; 7/26/2011, p8
The article presents the author's perspective on how Democratic Party tend to react on the political move of Republic Party in the U.S.
- Wall Street ranks sixth in soft-money donations.
Patterson, Dean // Bond Buyer; 08/20/97, Vol. 321 Issue 30213, p2
Reveals that security and investment firms in New York were ranked sixth in terms of giving soft-money contributions to both the US Republican and Democratic parties in the first half of 1997.
- Back in the driver's seat.
Kahaner, Larry // Fleet Owner; Dec2002, Vol. 97 Issue 12, p10
Reports on the anticipation of the trucking industry on the Republican-controlled Congress in the U.S. Presentation of concerns in the industry; Discussion on homeland security; Assessment of the transportation regulation.
- Political Primaries.
Kahaner, Larry // Monkeyshines on America; Sep2000 U.S. Gov./Voting, p16
Focuses on primary elections by political parties in the United States. Primaries which are open; Primaries which are closed; States which have open primaries; Blanket primaries.
- Symbols of the Political Parties.
Kahaner, Larry // Monkeyshines on America; Nov2000 U.S. Gov./Executive, p22
Discusses information about the symbols/mascots of the political parties in the United States. Democratic donkey; Republican elephant.
- NEWS IQ.
Kahaner, Larry // Scholastic News -- Edition 4; 10/13/2008, Vol. 70 Issue 5, p8
A quiz about political parties in the U.S. and Hurricane Ike is presented.
- Left resentful.
Kahaner, Larry // Hill; 12/2/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 142, p22
The author reflects on the complaints of liberals in the U.S. Congress concerning more attention paid by the White House to centrists in their party.
- What's a donkey eat?
Green, Amy // Natural Health; Jan/Feb98, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p23
Presents a survey conducted by the Vegetarian Resource Group on which political party in the United States has more vegetarians. Result of the survey.
- Democratic Platform.
Green, Amy // Traffic World; 8/21/2000, Vol. 263 Issue 8, p16
Presents the U.S. Democratic Party's stance on transportation issues. Transportation projects supported by the party.
- EYES ON A SILICON JACKPOT.
Green, Amy // Christian Science Monitor; 5/12/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 120, p10
Argues that the Republican and Democratic political parties in the United States desire to be the primary recipients of campaign contributions from the high technology industry.
- WASHINGTON FRONT.
Green, Amy // America; 10/21/1944, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p43
The article reports on the threat felt by major U.S. political parties concerning voters.
- Founders declaration still rings true.
Sauer, Svea // Free Press (Buda, TX); 10/8/2008, Vol. 105 Issue 27, p5A
The author reflects on the liberal stand of both Republican and Democratic Parties.
- Seeing purple.
Range, Peter Ross // Blueprint; Feb2006, Vol. 2006 Issue 1, p1
Introduces the content of the February 2006 issue of the journal "Blueprint."
- Goodbye, Democrats.
Kavanaugh, John F. // America; 10/7/2002, Vol. 187 Issue 10, p20
Discusses the position of Democrats on the issue of abortion in the U.S. Failure nomination of Texas Supreme Court Justice Priscilla Owen to the U.S. Court of Appeals for then Fifth Circuit; Democratic Party tradition of civil rights legislation, protection of laborers and fairer distribution...
- Bipartisan and partisan.
Kavanaugh, John F. // Hill; 4/21/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 43, p24
The author reflects on the role of bipartisan and partisan under the U.S. President Barack Obama administration.