Political Parties In The 19th Century

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Change is not to benefit society, but for those who have power. In the 19th century, although political parties represented groups of people with different viewpoints on how things should be done, they often argue. And instead of trying to find a solution that is best for everyone, political parties focus on a single solution for their own interest and had no concerns for anyone else. Therefore, political parties has always been seen as the elite, the one who dominates the lower class. For example, in the 19th century, the lower class’ voice was heard through tribalism and clientelism which was a method of voting. However, political parties were just bribing for their votes in order to gain power. And after the Civil War, the lower class’ voice

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