Introduction to Political Groups
Any member who intentionally violates the agreements of the political party has no option but to be kicked out of the party. 1 Particularly, political parties in the United States of America are very well organized and agree on proposed policies, opinions as well as programmes whose interests are majorly directed at winning their supporters interests. Usually, we have political parties competing against one another during elections for political power by selling their policies, philosophies, and manifestos to the people (voters). 1 Moreover, since the early 1860s, the United States of America has had two major parties controlling American politics up to date. These two major political parties are the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. These leaders are expected to contest for political posts and if they win elections they become the party forming the government.
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