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Compare and contrast the UK and US political parties and their party systems
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Compare and contrast the UK and US political parties and their party systems?
A party system as described by G.Sartori is "the system of interactions resulting from inter-party competition". A one-party system cannot produce a political system, as we would identify it in Britain. One party cannot produce any other system other than autocratic/dictatorial power. Two-party system: as the title indicates, this is a state in which just two parties dominate. Other parties might exist but they have no political importance. The multi-party system: as the title suggests, this is a system where more than two parties have some impact in a state's political life. Dominant-party system: this is different from a one-party system. A party is quite capable within the political structure of a state, to become dominant to such an extent that victory at elections is considered a formality. A political party is organized groups of voters and politicians with similar ideas about how the government should be run and who should represent them.
The US has a two party system in which two parties dominate in the US its Republican and Democratic parties. Other parties might exist but they have no political importance. America has
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