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Democratic and republican party bella hettich

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  • 1. THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THEDEMOCRATIC PARTY ANDREPUBLICAN PARTYa presentation by Bella Hettich
  • 2. CONTENT The differences between both parties The Democratic Party The Republican Party George W. Bush Barack Obama
  • 3. DIFFENRENCE BETWEEN BOTH PARTIES two- party system no parties with party programmes topical problems up for discussion more conservative represents the middle-class-liberal democracy manipulation
  • 4. DEMOCRATIC PARTY older and according to member‘s figures bigger party social subjects from left to conservative side voters come from all parts of society
  • 5. DEMOCRATIC SUPPORTERS environmental protection and climate protection for social security against growth of globalization for right of abortion for equal rights of the population for exhaustive system of health insurance for preventive politics since Afghanistan war - dissociation from fight against terror and strengthening of civil rights
  • 6. REPUBLICAN PARTY all over the country the bigger party has a conservative profile oriented strongly to the right voters come from parts of older and educated population, military and active Christian believers
  • 7. SUPPORTERSDemocrats Republicansfor social security liberal economic policyfor equal rights of all selections of against marriage of same-sexpopulation pairsfor the right of abortion against abortion for free possession of weaponsfor the system of health for tough punishmentsince Afghanistan war- since 9/11 for strengthening ofstrengthening of civil rights national security
  • 8. GEORGE W. BUSH former Governor of Texas 43rd President * 6th July 1946 developed training system, founded own tax form list of priorities:  world-wide fight against terror  Iraq war
  • 9. BARACK OBAMA * 4th August 1961 politican from the Democratic Party, former Editor of the Harvard Law Review & lawyer junior Senator for Illonois 44th President of USA his priorities:  opponent of Iraq war  allowed the right of weapon possession  against a removal of social help  independent of foreign oil  investment in education
  • 10. THE END Thanks for listening 

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