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After the Civil War in the North American union of states established the political domination of the nationalist Republican Party as the party of the national middle class associated with the interests of the industrial production of the family owners. However, it was carried out in a sustainable two-party democracy system of class society, which is necessary for the Emancipation of the market economy and political freedoms. Second, the Democratic Party has expressed, in the first place, not the industrial interests of the family property, and secondly, the interests of all non-Anglo-Saxon ethnic and racial, property strata of family owners, and in the third, the liberal ideological and political objectives of private owners, related to the interests of obtaining a speculative -trade profit. This political system has allowed to continuously strengthen the power of the federal government through the support for the widest layers of family owners and a determined struggle for the eradication and elimination of all obstacles to the development of the market of industrial interests of the family property, including constraints due to the existence of the Indians.

The Pessimistic To Depressed Personality Spectrum by Donna Meagher

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