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Explain how a two party system can have more then two parties.
In a two party system, there can more than two parties. This is because a two party system gives voters an easy choice between two people. [ A third one can come in if more voters back them, but they tend to not win elections. ]
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User: Explain how a two party system can have more then two parties.





Weegy: In a two party system, there can more than two parties. This is because a two party system gives voters an easy choice between two people. [ A third one can come in if more voters back them, but they tend to not win elections. ]
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User: Both major parties try to a. form a coalition with high-ranking members of Congress. b. encourage minor party candidates. c. distance themselves from public policy issues. d. appeal to as many voters as possible.

Weegy: Both major parties try to D. appeal to as many voters as possible
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User: Describe how America is a pluralistic society.

Weegy: America - the land of the free , and the land of opportunity . Hordes upon hordes of immigrants flock to America each year because of these two values : freedom AND opportunity . [ Because of this , America has become a so-called melting pot of different creeds , cultures , races religions , politics and philosophies . Pluralism can be defined as unique groups co-existing side by side within a larger community while maintaining their unique identities . It is an undeniable fact of the American culture Pluralism and the concept of a national identity are seemingly apparentcontradictory features . How can one speak of a national identity when there are so many who take pluralism as , in fact , having a lack of identity ? Pluralism is a necessary consequence of living in a democratic society . Democracy is a very tricky thing . On the one hand one sees the pressing need for national unity , but on the other , one has to deal with the principles of individualism - the concept of one 's freedom to choose , and tolerance in such a diverse society . It is seen as ultimately pitting pluralism against assimilation as it does tolerance and political correctness ]
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User: What is meant by “membership in a party is voluntary”?

Weegy: Voluntary membership may mean that individuals choose whether or not to be members..
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User: Explain how a two party system can have more then two parties.

Weegy: In a two party system, there can more than two parties. This is because a two party system gives voters an easy choice between two people. [ A third one can come in if more voters back them, but they tend to not win elections. ]
Expert answered|icecream00|Points 83|

User: List at least three reasons why people choose their political party and explain how each affect a person’s decision.

Weegy: People can join political parties for a variety of reasons: It makes people feel involved in their country's government. It allows people to express an agenda/opinion regarding the direction of the country. It allows people to have a percentage of [ the population share in the agenda/opinion of the political party. On the negative side: It reduces the need to exmine the candidates closely to see what their positions and track records are It allows the person to join a peer group for prestige or networking purposes ]
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