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AP US Government: Political Parties
Political Party
The Rise of Political Parties
Hamilton and Jefferson
First organized party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
The founders disliked political parties.... They thought they we…
-The legitimacy of government is still in doubt (Ability if w…
-Followers of Jefferson... -Republicans, Democratic Republicans,…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
The Rise of Political Parties
The founders disliked political parties.... They thought they we…
32 terms
AP US Government: Political Parties
political party
party in the electorate
party as organization
party in government
a team of people seeking to control public policy by winning…
a political party as it exists with voters that identify them…
a political party as it exists with leaders, offices, staff,…
a political party as it exists with government officials that…
political party
a team of people seeking to control public policy by winning…
party in the electorate
a political party as it exists with voters that identify them…
121 terms
Political Parties (AP US Government)
What is a political party?
Who were the major leaders of the Fede…
What event brought an end to the Feder…
Who were the major leaders of the Fede…
A group of people that believe in the same political ideology…
Alexander Hamilton and John Adams
The Hartford Convention
Thomas Jefferson and James Madison
What is a political party?
A group of people that believe in the same political ideology…
Who were the major leaders of the Fede…
Alexander Hamilton and John Adams
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AP US GOVERNMENT- Political Parties
Political parties
Party in the electorate
Party in government
Party in organization
voluntary associations of people who seek to control the gove…
all of the people who associate themselves with one of the po…
all the appointed and elected officials at the national, stat…
all of the people at the various levels of the party organiza…
Political parties
voluntary associations of people who seek to control the gove…
Party in the electorate
all of the people who associate themselves with one of the po…
75 terms
AP US Government Political Parties
Political party
Party Centered
Candidate Centered
Linkage Institutuions
-an ongoing coalition of interests joined together in an effo…
Republican and Democratic parties compete across the county e…
individual candidates device their own strategies, choose the…
-channels or access points through which issues and people's…
Political party
-an ongoing coalition of interests joined together in an effo…
Party Centered
Republican and Democratic parties compete across the county e…
20 terms
AP US Government: Political Parties
two party system
multiparty system
winner-take-all system
party platform
there are many minor parties but only the big two have a chan…
favors the existence of minor parties (major parties need the…
election system in which the candidate with the most votes wins
a political party's statement of its goals and policies for t…
two party system
there are many minor parties but only the big two have a chan…
multiparty system
favors the existence of minor parties (major parties need the…
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US Government Political Parties Vocab
independent
political party
faction
two-party system
a voter or candidate who does not identify with a political p…
a group of political activists who organize to win elections,…
a group or bloc in a legislature or political party acting in…
a political system in which only two parties have a reasonabl…
independent
a voter or candidate who does not identify with a political p…
political party
a group of political activists who organize to win elections,…
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AP US Government: Political Parties
political party
factions
Democratic-Republicans
Federalists
A group that seeks to elect candidates to... public office by su…
A name applied by some of the Founders to... political parties,…
The political party founded and led by... Thomas Jefferson
The political party founded and led by... Alexander Hamilton
political party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to... public office by su…
factions
A name applied by some of the Founders to... political parties,…
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Mr. Gunselman US Government Political Parties
3 elements of a political party
What is a political party?
the political spectrum
the roles of a political party
Party Organization, Party in Government, and The Party in the…
Group of persons who seek to control government through the w…
Right- Democrats- Liberals;Center- Independents;Left- Republi…
Nominating Candidates, Informing and Activating Supporters, I…
3 elements of a political party
Party Organization, Party in Government, and The Party in the…
What is a political party?
Group of persons who seek to control government through the w…
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AP US Government and Politics: Political Parties
Republican Party Platform
Democratic Party Platform
Why are parties so important?
Why are American Parties so unique?
Pro-Life... Gun Rights... Pro-business... Anti-regulation... Anti-Affirma…
Pro-Choice... Gun Control... Pro-environment... Pro-regulation... Pro-Aff…
1. Bring citizens together around elections... 2. Promote accoun…
1. Age and Tradition (Democratic party is the oldest in the w…
Republican Party Platform
Pro-Life... Gun Rights... Pro-business... Anti-regulation... Anti-Affirma…
Democratic Party Platform
Pro-Choice... Gun Control... Pro-environment... Pro-regulation... Pro-Aff…
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AP US Government Chapter 9 Political Parties
Anti- Masonic
caucus
congressional campaign committee
critical (or realigning) period
political party that held the first convention in American hi…
a closed meeting of party leaders to select party candidates
a committee in each party to help elect or re elect members
features a sharp lasting shift in the popular coalition suppo…
Anti- Masonic
political party that held the first convention in American hi…
caucus
a closed meeting of party leaders to select party candidates
35 terms
AP US Government Chapter VIII: Political Parties
Party competition
Political party
Rational-choice theory
Party image
battle of the parties for control of public offices; ups and…
team of men and women seeking to control the governing appara…
individuals act in their own best interest, carefully weighin…
voter's perception of what the Republicans or Democrats stand…
Party competition
battle of the parties for control of public offices; ups and…
Political party
team of men and women seeking to control the governing appara…
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AP US Government Chapter 9: Political Parties
Parties in Europe are ______ than thos…
Critical periods
The election of 1860 made the _______…
The election of 1932 introduced the er…
Stronger
Occur during or after elections, producing definitive realign…
Republicans
The New Deal
Parties in Europe are ______ than thos…
Stronger
Critical periods
Occur during or after elections, producing definitive realign…
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AP US Government chapter 8:Political parties
party competition
political party
linkage institutions
party image
The BATTLE of the parties for control of public offices. Ups…
According to Anthony Downs, a "team of men [and women] seekin…
The CHANNEL'S through which people's concerns become politica…
The voter's perception of what the Republicans or Democrats s…
party competition
The BATTLE of the parties for control of public offices. Ups…
political party
According to Anthony Downs, a "team of men [and women] seekin…
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American Government.Political Parties
Political Party
Two-Party System
Republican Party
Democratic Party
A group of persons who seek to control government through the…
A political system dominated by two major parties
major political party in the U.S.A. with a conservative ideol…
major political party in the U.S.A with a liberal ideology
Political Party
A group of persons who seek to control government through the…
Two-Party System
A political system dominated by two major parties
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US Government Unit 1- Political Parties
Political Party
2 major parties
How do parties work to "blunt" conflict?
Once a candidate is nominated, what is…
a group of persons who seek to control the government through…
democrat and republican (gop- grand old party)
they try to bring conflicting groups together and encourage c…
WIN THE ELECTION
Political Party
a group of persons who seek to control the government through…
2 major parties
democrat and republican (gop- grand old party)
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AP US Government Chapter 11: Political Parties
political party
political machines
federalist
democratic republicans
an organized group with shared goals and ideals that joins to…
a party organization that recurits voter loyalty with tangibl…
an advocate or supporter of federalism
what anti-federalists developed into
political party
an organized group with shared goals and ideals that joins to…
political machines
a party organization that recurits voter loyalty with tangibl…
28 terms
AP US Government: Political parties, candidates, and campaigns
Political Party
Party-centered campaign
Candidate-centered campaigns
Linkage institutions
An ongoing coalition of interests joined together to try to g…
Election campaigns and other political processes in which pol…
Election campaigns and other political processes in which can…
An institution that serves to connect citizens with governmen…
Political Party
An ongoing coalition of interests joined together to try to g…
Party-centered campaign
Election campaigns and other political processes in which pol…
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US Government: Political Parties Test Review
Precinct
Political Party
Pluralistic society
Major Parties
The smallest unit of election administration
A group of people joined together on the basis of common prin…
Consisting of several distinct cultures and groups
The dominant political parties in the US
Precinct
The smallest unit of election administration
Political Party
A group of people joined together on the basis of common prin…
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AP US Government and Politics Ch 9 Vocab (Political Parties)
Caucus
Congressional Campaign Committee
Critical Period
Democratic-Republicans
A private meeting of members of a political party to select c…
A committee in each party to help elect or reelect members to…
Features a sharp, lasting shift in the popular coalition supp…
The political party founded and led by Thomas Jefferson that…
Caucus
A private meeting of members of a political party to select c…
Congressional Campaign Committee
A committee in each party to help elect or reelect members to…
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AP US GOVERNMENT - UNIT 4, POLITICAL PARTIES
political parties
two-party system
single-member districts
new deal coalition
voluntary association of people who seek to control the gover…
several political parties exist, but only two major political…
only one representative is chosen from each district
alliance of southern conservatives, religious, and ethnic min…
political parties
voluntary association of people who seek to control the gover…
two-party system
several political parties exist, but only two major political…
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AP US Government Ch. 8: Political Parties
Blanket Primaries
Candidate Centered Politics
Caucus
Closed Primary
elections to select party nominees in which voters are presen…
politics that focus directly on the candidates, their particu…
a meeting of party members to select delegates backing on or…
elections to select party nominees in which only people who h…
Blanket Primaries
elections to select party nominees in which voters are presen…
Candidate Centered Politics
politics that focus directly on the candidates, their particu…
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AP US Government Chapter 12: Political Parties
candidate-centered politics
critical election
dealignment
national convention
less party centered, we focus more on the person running that…
an election that signals a party realignment through voter po…
A general decline in party identification and loyalty in the…
a party meeting held in the presidential election year for th…
candidate-centered politics
less party centered, we focus more on the person running that…
critical election
an election that signals a party realignment through voter po…
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AP US Government Chapter 9: Political Parties
Parties in Europe are ______ than thos…
Critical periods
The election of 1860 made the _______…
The election of 1932 introduced the er…
Stronger
Occur during or after elections, producing definitive realign…
Republicans
The New Deal
Parties in Europe are ______ than thos…
Stronger
Critical periods
Occur during or after elections, producing definitive realign…
44 terms
AP US Government Chapter 9: Political Parties
Parties in Europe are ______ than thos…
Critical periods
The election of 1860 made the _______…
The election of 1932 introduced the er…
Stronger
Occur during or after elections, producing definitive realign…
Republicans
The New Deal
Parties in Europe are ______ than thos…
Stronger
Critical periods
Occur during or after elections, producing definitive realign…
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AP US Government Ch. 8: Political Parties
Blanket Primaries
Candidate Centered Politics
Caucus
Closed Primary
elections to select party nominees in which voters are presen…
politics that focuses directly on the candidates, their parti…
a meeting of party members to select delegates backing on or…
elections to select party nominees in which only people who h…
Blanket Primaries
elections to select party nominees in which voters are presen…
Candidate Centered Politics
politics that focuses directly on the candidates, their parti…
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AP US Government Chp 7: Political Parties
How is being a member of a political p…
2 things that have occurred to make Am…
political party
How does this label differ in national…
straight party ticket; Europe is more party oriented
1. Laws and rules take away their power... 2. Americans lost the…
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office by su…
municipal candidates frequently do not use an identifying par…
How is being a member of a political p…
straight party ticket; Europe is more party oriented
2 things that have occurred to make Am…
1. Laws and rules take away their power... 2. Americans lost the…
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AP US Government Chapter 9: Political Parties
Parties in Europe are ______ than thos…
Critical periods
The election of 1860 made the _______…
The election of 1932 introduced the er…
Stronger
Occur during or after elections, producing definitive realign…
Republicans
The New Deal
Parties in Europe are ______ than thos…
Stronger
Critical periods
Occur during or after elections, producing definitive realign…
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AP US Government: Political Culture and Parties
Core Values
Mass feelings toward government by cit…
Political socialization
Most influential group in political so…
Political Equality, individual rights, justice
A general mistrust
Process of gaining political views
Family
Core Values
Political Equality, individual rights, justice
Mass feelings toward government by cit…
A general mistrust
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CP US Government CHP. 5- Political Parties
Political Party
Independent Party
Platform Party
Ideology Party
A group of people with similar interests who come together to…
No party affilation
Where a party stands on various issues
Belief system, outlook on life, way you view the world
Political Party
A group of people with similar interests who come together to…
Independent Party
No party affilation
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Government: Political Parties & Politics
What did George Washington in his fare…
Platform
Precinct
What is the primary goal of the parties?
He believed that parties would divide the American people and…
• belief of the party... • shared beliefs and common goals... • out…
local voting district
to get their candidate elected to office
What did George Washington in his fare…
He believed that parties would divide the American people and…
Platform
• belief of the party... • shared beliefs and common goals... • out…
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Government: Political Parties & Politics
What did George Washington in his fare…
Platform
Precinct
What is the primary goal of the parties?
He believed that parties would divide the American people and…
• belief of the party... • shared beliefs and common goals... • out…
local voting district
to get their candidate elected to office
What did George Washington in his fare…
He believed that parties would divide the American people and…
Platform
• belief of the party... • shared beliefs and common goals... • out…
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AP US Government & Politics: Chapter 8 - Political Parties
Party competition
Political Party
Linkage Institutions
Party Image
The battle of the parties for control of public offices. Ups…
According to Anthony Downs, a "team of men [and women] seekin…
The channels through which people's concerns become political…
The voters perception of what the Republicans or Democrats st…
Party competition
The battle of the parties for control of public offices. Ups…
Political Party
According to Anthony Downs, a "team of men [and women] seekin…
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AP US Government and Politics Ch 9 Vocab (Political Parties)
Caucus
Congressional Campaign Committee
Critical Period
Democratic-Republicans
A private meeting of members of a political party to select c…
A committee in each party to help elect or reelect members to…
Features a sharp, lasting shift in the popular coalition supp…
The political party founded and led by Thomas Jefferson that…
Caucus
A private meeting of members of a political party to select c…
Congressional Campaign Committee
A committee in each party to help elect or reelect members to…
32 terms
AP US Government and Politics - Ch 9: Political Parties
cacus
congressional campaign committee
critical (or realigning) period
Democratic-Republicans
An association of members of Congress created to advocate a p…
A party committee in Congress that provides funds to members…
Periods during which a sharp, lasting shift occurs in the pop…
The political party founded by Thomas Jefferson.
cacus
An association of members of Congress created to advocate a p…
congressional campaign committee
A party committee in Congress that provides funds to members…
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AP Government- Political Parties
Define Political Party
What are common usages of the term "Po…
Define Party Organization
Define One-Party System
-Voluntary association of people who seek to elect officials…
-To refer to voters who identify with the party... -To refer to…
-People who work to strengthen the party by raising money, re…
-Only one party is allowed or one party dominates the system…
Define Political Party
-Voluntary association of people who seek to elect officials…
What are common usages of the term "Po…
-To refer to voters who identify with the party... -To refer to…
Government and Politics - Political parties
Compassionate Conservative
Liberal
Conservative
Partisanship
A term popularised by George W Bush during his 2000 president…
A view that seeks to change the political, economic and socia…
A view that seeks to defend the political, economic and socia…
A term used to denote a state of affairs in which members of…
Compassionate Conservative
A term popularised by George W Bush during his 2000 president…
Liberal
A view that seeks to change the political, economic and socia…
39 terms
AP Government: Political Parties
Political Party
Direct Primary
National Convention
National Committee
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
A national meeting of delegates elected in primaries, caucuse…
One of the institutions that keep the party operating between…
Political Party
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Direct Primary
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
88 terms
HCHS AP US Government- Unit 4 (Political Parties,Interest Groups, Mass Media)
Partisanship
party base
party platform
party-centered
A supporter of a person, part, or cause;
members of a political party who consistently vote for that p…
A political party's statement of its goals and policies for t…
election campaigns and other political processes in which pol…
Partisanship
A supporter of a person, part, or cause;
party base
members of a political party who consistently vote for that p…
8 terms
Government Political Parties
one-party system
two-party system
multiparty system
candidate
one political party controls the government, and no other par…
two major political parties try to control the government
three or more political parties try to control the government
a person who is running for office
one-party system
one political party controls the government, and no other par…
two-party system
two major political parties try to control the government
23 terms
Government and Politics: Political parties
Vote share of 2 main parties - 2010
Decline of Lib Dems - 1906 to 1955
Abortion legalised in...
Dropped to a 3 day week in...
65%
1906 - government with 129 seat majority... 1955 - only 6 seats
1967 (Labour)
1974 (Conservative)
Vote share of 2 main parties - 2010
65%
Decline of Lib Dems - 1906 to 1955
1906 - government with 129 seat majority... 1955 - only 6 seats
24 terms
AP Government: Political Parties
Political Party
Direct Primary
National Convention
National Committee
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
A national meeting of delegates elected in primaries, caucuse…
One of the institutions that keep the party operating between…
Political Party
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Direct Primary
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
18 terms
US history political parties
pro-manufacturing
pro-british
pro-french
favored a loose interpretation of the…
Federalists
Federalists
Democratic-Republicans
Federalists
pro-manufacturing
Federalists
pro-british
Federalists
21 terms
US Government Chapter 7: Political Parties, Participation, & Elections
Ballot Initiatives
Primary Elections
General Elections
Closed/Open primary
...
Ballot Initiatives
Primary Elections
30 terms
AP Government: Political Parties
political party
party in the electorate
party as organization
party in government
a team of people seeking to control public policy by winning…
a political party as it exists with voters that identify them…
a political party as it exists with leaders, offices, staff,…
a political party as it exists with government officials that…
political party
a team of people seeking to control public policy by winning…
party in the electorate
a political party as it exists with voters that identify them…
39 terms
AP Government: Political Parties
Political Party
Direct Primary
National Convention
National Committee
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
A national meeting of delegates elected in primaries, caucuse…
One of the institutions that keep the party operating between…
Political Party
a group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Direct Primary
a primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
32 terms
AP Government Political Parties
political party
party in the electorate
party as organization
party in government
a team of people seeking to control public policy by winning…
a political party as it exists with voters that identify them…
a political party as it exists with leaders, offices, staff,…
a political party as it exists with government officials that…
political party
a team of people seeking to control public policy by winning…
party in the electorate
a political party as it exists with voters that identify them…
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CH.5 CP US GOVERNMENT: POLITICAL PARTIES VOCABULARY
Political party
Partisanship
Political spectrum
The party in the electorate
Group of persons who seek to control government through the w…
The strong support of the Congress and state legislature's pa…
Range of political views. (i.e. Left: Radicals, Liberals. Cen…
The largest component of an American political party, consist…
Political party
Group of persons who seek to control government through the w…
Partisanship
The strong support of the Congress and state legislature's pa…
Praxis II: 0086: Government/Civics (US Political Parties)
Political Socialization
Realism
Liberalism
Liberal
A concept concerning the "study of the developmental processe…
Also known as political realism, is a school of international…
A broad political ideology or worldview founded on the ideas…
A person who favors a political philosophy of progress and re…
Political Socialization
A concept concerning the "study of the developmental processe…
Realism
Also known as political realism, is a school of international…
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Praxis II: 0086: Government/Civics (US Political Parties)
Political Socialization
Realism
Liberalism
Liberal
A concept concerning the "study of the developmental processe…
Also known as political realism, is a school of international…
A broad political ideology or worldview founded on the ideas…
A person who favors a political philosophy of progress and re…
Political Socialization
A concept concerning the "study of the developmental processe…
Realism
Also known as political realism, is a school of international…
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