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During the early-to-middle 1800s the Federalist Party (or nationalist party) was replaced by this party. a. Populist Party c. Greenback Party b. Whig Party d. Republican Party
During the early to middle 1800s, the Federalist Party (or nationalist party) was replaced by the Republican Party.
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User: During the early-to-middle 1800s the Federalist Party (or nationalist party) was replaced by this party. a. Populist Party c. Greenback Party b. Whig Party d. Republican Party

Weegy: During the early to middle 1800s, the Federalist Party (or nationalist party) was replaced by the Republican Party.
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User: Since 1968 the political party in power for the longest period of time (consecutively) has been this party. a. Republican Party c. American Independent Party b. Progressive Party d. Democratic Party

Weegy: Since 1968 the political party in power for the longest period of time (consecutively) has been the. A) Republican Party.
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User: Ideological parties are generally associated with this person. a. Wolfe c. Locke b. Marx d. Paine

Weegy: Ideological parties are generally associated with Locke.
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User: In 1912 the Republican Party split and the result was the Progressive Party that played this role in the election. a. spoiler c. ombudsmen b. watchdog d. whistle blower

User: The Right to Life Party is a single issue party because: a. They only focus on legislation to ensure the right to life. c. They focus on right to life and a multitude of economic issues. b. They want to push as many people into office as possible to have legislation passed. d. They focus on right to life but use scare tactics to get other politicians to vote their way.

Weegy: d
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User: Ross Perot was often called the spoiler. What is a spoiler in a presidential election? a. a third party candidate who splits votes c. a third party candidate who deals with the major party and backs the major party b. a third party candidate who does nothing to the major parties d. a third party candidate who has very little power or support

Weegy: A spoiler is b. a third party candidate who does nothing to the major parties.
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User: Why are third party candidates able to speak their minds on issues more so than their peers in the two major parties? a. They are looking for more attention then the major parties. c. They don't have to be middle of the road to appeal to a wide range of voters. b. They are wanting two very different issues. d. They don't have the same passion for the topic

Weegy: Why are third party candidates able to speak their minds on issues more so than their peers in the two major parties? c. They don't have to be middle of the road to appeal to a wide range of voters.
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User: In order to gain a majority to influence or control government, groups often come together in a temporary union called ________________.

Weegy: The proper term would be a "coalition", [ or an organization of people (or countries) involved in a pact or treaty - See more at: ]
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User: The era of one-party domination that began in 1968 was different from past eras of one-party domination because a. the Republican party gained no new members in Congress. b. the Democratic party gained no new members in Congress. c. one party controlled Congress while the other controlled the presidency. d. minor parties interfered with the power of the Republican party.

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The era of one-party domination that began in 1968 was different from past eras of one-party domination because: one party controlled Congress while the other controlled the presidency.

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