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The Democrat and Republican parties are not classical model parties in the European tradition. They are better understood as institutions of the state.

If one sees the Democratic and Republican parties as de-facto institutions of the US state rather than as political parties, electoral strategy would be substantially different.
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“Bonapartism is after all the real religion of the modern bourgeoisie.”

Comments of Friedrich Engels in a letter 1866 Marx-Engels Correspondence 1866 Friedrich Engels to Karl Marx in Margate, 13 April 1866 Source: Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, Selected Correspondence (Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1975). Scanned and prepared for the Marxist Internet … Continue reading

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Bourgeois Socialism

. Conservative or Bourgeois Socialism From MIA: Marxists: Marx & Engels: Library: 1848: Manifesto of the Communist Party: Chapter 3: A part of the bourgeoisie is desirous of redressing social grievances in order to secure the continued existence of bourgeois … Continue reading

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