Republican Argumentative Analysis

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At the start of America as we know it today, George Washington, our nation’s first president shared his opinion on the formation of political parties and how he believe they would tear up the nation and do more harm than good. Against Washington’s wishes two political parties came to rise; the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists, would be later known as Democrats and Republicans. Although these two parties agree on topics such as good schools, healthy families, safe streets and a sound economy, there are details in which the two parties do not see eye to eye. Republicans are commonly characterized as right-leaning and conservative. Direction leaning refers to how conservative or liberal a party is. The right side of the spectrum refers to conservatism while the left side refers to…show more content…
For the next issue at hand, bilingual education, Republicans propose an approach that leads to an English-only instruction. In the case of the 2010 Texas Republican party platform, this topic was further explained, with English being proposed as the state’s official language. Democrats, however, reject efforts to destroy bilingual education. The Republican’s view on minimum wage, which was also a topic on the 2010 Texas Republican party platform, is that it is too high, and should be repealed. Democrats, on the other hand, support minimum wage and believe that higher minimum wages will help the economy. Libertarians support constitutional rights, personal responsibility and limited government. They believe that each person is responsible for themselves, their personal choices and believe in tolerance toward others. Because Libertarians are very conservative, and right-leaning like Republicans, their solutions fit in with the Republican Party. The Green Party support nonviolence, decentralization and respect for diversity, to name a few of their key
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