what are the democratic parties beliefs?

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  • 9 years ago
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    In general, the Democratic party is interested in social equality.

    "For over 200 years, Democrats have stood for the idea that wealth and status should not be an entitlement to rule. Democrats recognize that our country and our economy are strongest when they provide opportunity for all Americans—when we grow our country from the bottom up.

    Democrats stand for an abiding faith in the judgment of hardworking American families, and a commitment to helping the excluded, the disenfranchised and the poor strengthen our nation by earning themselves a piece of the American Dream. We remember that our country was sculpted by immigrants and slaves, their children and grandchildren. Even today, it is our diversity above all else that provides us with our enduring strength.

    Democrats believe that each of us has an obligation to each other, to our neighbors and our communities. Each of us has a role to play in creating our future—and while we have made great progress as a nation, we know that our work is never done."

  • 9 years ago

    I think the Declaration of Independence will answer your question.


    The US Constitution


    The Federalist Papers and the AntiFederalist Papers as listed in America's History of Change


    John Lockes works


    Each Democrat reserves the right to believe in which tenets guide him or her throughout their lives.

    For a general party statement: see What we Stand For on this website


  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    They wanna give all our money away to poor minorities and abortion clinics and regulate all the good, AMERICAN corporations so that they can't make any money anymore.

  • 9 years ago

    They believe in baby killing.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    they believe in non violence ,

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