Democratic Party Structure

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This report focuses on the fact that there has been no agreement or consensus on a Democratic Party’s appropriate and most suitable party structure especially the composition. The layout and groups of the party is being debated. A democratic party is aware that it is a form of a coalition party. The changing of the groups which makes up a democratic party has occurred over time, especially after the reforms of 1968. In spite of the changes, there has been no change with regard to the groups making up the coalition. The party heads know that in order to continue being a majority party, the Democratic Party must blend in with the numerous party groups. However, the claim that it does not represent the necessary groups of voters presents a needy…show more content…
The intentions of these characteristics were to criticize the democrats, and were therefore found to be inaccurate. All that it captured were the important differences between the governments rather than provide an accurate comparison. The party with the downward flow of power, distinctively and separately, is capable of being dangerous due to the provision of areas for development, which is competitive to leadership and loyalties. An upward flow of power follows a method. Individuals who are not organized and with no institutional authority and finances are incapable of exercising power (Busky 2000). This is the same within organizations, especially in the development of agendas, and respective action resulting in followers interfering with…show more content…
The constituencies are identified as holding a relevant feature, creating a common agenda and it is claimed that the party should respond to that. Evidently, the existence of these groups is in an organized state, separate from the party which seeks to perform through chosen leaders of both parties. The recognition by the Democratic Party is about the representation of needs of significant voters with common goals which are supposed to be responded to by the party. There has been the recognition of several groups as components of a coalition in the Democratic Party from the newly done deal such as labor and blacks while others are new such as gays and women (Busky 2000). However, the participation in local and state Democratic politics when the groups mentioned above were the only significant party units weren’t active as groups which were organized on a level that was national (Busky 2000). Conclusion It is evident that the structure of a Democratic Party has not come to a consensus thereby calling for a debate. The real meaning of a Democratic Party structural outlook is not known. The groups that make up the party should be debated to come up with an ideal structure which will favor both the followers and the leaders. This will lead to prosperity of the Democratic
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