Democrats and Republicans

Political Science
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What is the difference between two parties?

What are the main platforms or general beliefs of each party?

Oct 26th, 2015

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The Difference between the Democrats and Republicans is that, a Democrat is considered to be generally liberal while a republican is known to be conservative

The main platforms or general beliefs of each party

  • While a Democrat generally believes in a larger federal government, the Republican do not believe in such a concept. Irrespective of the individual interests, Democrats believe that the government should look towards the greater good for the welfare of the people
  • The Republican holds economic equity in higher regards more than any other feature. They strongly  want less governmental interference and strongly believes in property rights rather than believing in welfare rights.
  • Democrat looks towards equality under the federal government and a Republican looks towards people looking after themselves. Government supported programs which levy higher taxes are what democrats support. A Republican wants decisions to be made at the state level with less government involvement











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