Middle Class Formation Research Paper by Master Researcher
Middle Class Formation
This paper discusses the formation of the middle class as a third party political movement without any long lasting power.
# 84466 | 4,950 words | 14 sources | 2005 |
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Political Science (Election and Campaigns) , Political Science (Political Theory) , Political Science (State and Local Politics)
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This paper concerns the ways in which the development of the middle class and its political impotence have contributed to the inability of America to develop a third party movement with any power to last. The writer notes how most third party efforts are protect movements that run out of steam after the protest. Further the writer maintains that the way the two parties operate and finance elections keeps third parties from gaining power.
From the Paper:"The American system is structured on a duality and has been from the first, and this has carried over into the political parties that developed and the political divisions in the country as well. This duality is seen in the division between federal and state levels, between two houses of Congress, and among the original thirteen colonies between North and South. Even today, while there is also an East-West division in the country, the North-South division prevails to a great degree in political discourse, and more recently the country has been divided into the duality of Red and Blue states, based on political identification in the last two elections."
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