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  Monarchism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Some royalists, such as Georges Valois who founded the Faisceau, became involved in fascism after the 1926 Papal condemnation of the Action Française by Pius XI.
Royalists were then active under the Vichy regime, with the leader of the Action Française Charles Maurras qualifying as "divine surprise" the overthrow of the Republic and the arrival to power of Marshal Pétain.
The minority are restorationists, who advocate returning authority to Elizabeth II as the current legitimate heir of George III, presumably as a constitutional monarchy similar to her powers in those Commonwealth of Nations members that recognize her as Queen.
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 Young America movement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Melville, too, was influenced by Young America before it faded from the scene in the 1850s, leaving its original leaders dazed and confused about the national destiny they had unwittingly ushered in.
Young America was a benign, nationalistic cultural movement dominated by young New York Democrats that influenced literature, art, and the law.
As a political phenomenon, too, Young America pulled the horns of John Bull, demonizing it as a "royalist" threat to the continental advance of the United States.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Young_America_movement   (308 words)

 Conservatism in Europe and America
Because America was from the beginning settled largely by Nonconformists--that is, dissenters from the Anglican Church--these conservatives were few in number except in some parts of the South.
It was legitimist, royalist, and Catholic, which meant that is believed fully in the alliance of throne and altar in the world restored by Metternich and the Congress of Vienna.
Historically and temperamentally, conservatives in Europe (with the partial exception of Britain) are profoundly suspicious of capitalism, believe in the need for a strong state and decisive political authority, care less for private property than inherited privilege, and are not uniformly religious.
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 The Scotch-Irish in America
From the descendants of these people came the Scotch-Irish emigrants to America, who were destined to perform an important part on the theatre of action by organizing a successful revolt and establishing a new government.
A spirit of resentment to the oppressions of the landed proprietors at once arose, and extensive emigration to America was the result.
When they dismounted to give battle, their horses dashed off toward the fort, and they were pursued by some Indians, which left a gap in their lines, through which some whites were escaping to the fort; but these were intercepted by a large body of the enemy from another ambush.
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 America's Dreyfus Affair
With the study of history in America's schools and universities being replaced with "social studies", "multiculturalism", and other pseudo-scientific and "sensitive" approaches to the study of the human condition, one of the time-honored features of the traditional history course is also likely to go out the window, and it will be a pity.
America's high-brow, general interest magazines, identifiable by the fact that they publish a poem or two here or there, have all had articles making small of any and all allegations of scandal related to the Clinton White House, reserving their most scornful tone for the suggestion that Vincent Foster might not have committed suicide.
America's literary community likes to think that it is above such mundane matters as politics, and its contempt for the everyday concerns of the average person is generally reciprocated by the latter.
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 Arrests Continue in Nepal Capital as Anti-Monarchy Strike Begins
While the capital was gripped by the political showdown, nine people were killed in a provincial town raided by Maoist rebels engaged in a violent, decade-long insurgency.
Both the political parties he dismissed and the rebels have now joined in an informal pact to dislodge the king.
Party leaders say engaging the rebels will help bring them into the political mainstream.
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 Greene, Provincial America, 1690-1740. Ch. V.
The popular party in America was stimulated by the course of politics in the mother-country.
Another influence favorable to the popular party in America was the experience of the chartered colonies: where, as in Massachusetts, a royal government was established over colonists who had been accustomed to almost complete independence, the freer practice of the earlier days established precedents which the crown could not wholly disregard.
The programme of the popular party in Massachusetts is partially set forth in an act passed by the general court in 1694, but soon after disallowed by the crown, claiming for the assembly the right to appoint all civil officers not particularly designated in the charter, besides a complete control of public expenditures.
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 Greene, Provincial America, 1690-1740. Ch. XII.
No definite and permanent organization of political parties can be traced in the provincial era, and the lines of party cleavage varied at different times and in different colonies.
A radical party, recruited largely from the farmers and small traders, was opposed by the conservative “men of estates and the principal merchants,” who held out against the paper-money radicals and became later the basis of a distinctly royalist party.
In Virginia a prominent feature of politics during the first half of the eighteenth century was the great power exercised by a small group of aristocratic families who were strongly represented in the council and were able to make quite uncomfortable any governor whose policy interfered with the interests of their class.
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 History of South America
A succession of presidents governed Paraguay under the banner of the Colorado Party from 1880 until 1904, when the Liberal party seized control, ruling with only a brief interruption until 1940.
Nueva Cádiz, the first permanent Spanish settlement in South America, was established in Venezuela in 1522.
After the Treaty of Paris in 1763, which deprived France of almost all her possessions in the Americas other than Guiana and a few islands, Louis XIV sent thousands of settlers to Guiana who were lured there with stories of plentiful gold and easy fortunes to be made.
www.travelsouth-america.com /history.html   (2535 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Populist party   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Populist party POPULIST PARTY [Populist party] in U.S. history, political party formed primarily to express the agrarian protest of the late 19th cent.
Socialist parties SOCIALIST PARTIES [Socialist parties] in European history, political organizations formed in European countries to achieve the goals of socialism.
A leader of the Populist (royalist) party, he succeeded Eleutherios Venizelos as premier in Nov., 1932, and again, after a brief return to power by Venizelos, in Mar., 1933.
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 Department of Citizen Alice: Tres Fiesta
DC Statehood Party Self-determination for the citizens of Washington D.C. Democratic Socialists of America Part of the worldwide Socialist International, "demanding democratic empowerment in the economy, in gender realtions and in culture."
Fusion Party of America In favor of eliminating the age restrictions on holding public office.
Royalist Party of America Wants U.S. to establish a constitutional monarchy.
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 South America West Coast (Chile)
Nevertheless, royalists were not entirely ousted from the country until 1826.
The number of parties competing was staggering, all of which promised "change" and "a better future", the usual rhetoric.
This evening there were two parties, one for the Crystal beer brewery employees that included an open keg and resulted in boat loads of litter scattered around.
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 Royalist Party of America
While the stated goal of the party is the ultimate conversion of the United States from a republic to a monarchy, we are all rational people and realize that this certainly is not a realistic possibility anytime in the forseeable future.
We must begin by simply asking the question posed by our party's founder, "Would America be better with a monarch?" It is also imperative that American royalists work to preserve the monarchial governments that already exist and promote those who have a real chance at being restored.
The Royalist Party has no problem facing the fact that America is a republic and, like it or not, will most likely stay that way.
www.angelfire.com /ex2/royalisttn/aboutus.html   (325 words)

 CIVITATENSIS » latin america   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The PRD is not much of a party, and a presidential victory will have relied on the strength of the leader’s personality and populist rhetoric but not on the strength of the party’s organisation.
With the characteristic bravado and predictions of ruining the party for Germany and its fans, Argentina took to the Olympic Stadium field in Berlin, in the match against Germany today for the FIFA World Cup quarter finals.
Ironically, Garcia is the president who wrecked Peru’s economy during his and his party’s first accession to power in the 1980s.
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 The Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms: The Common Law Tradition
Many members of Parliament were skeptical about the need for such broad powers or the actual danger of rebellion [103] but were content to give the King what he wished as long as their own interests were protected.
The royalist aristocrats who flocked to welcome Charles II on his return had every reason to rejoice, for his restoration was theirs as well.
The royalists were to be so successful in this aim that their position by 1688 was described as like that of the barons of Henry III.
www.constitution.org /mil/maltrad.htm   (10424 words)

 Devvy Kidd -- Uniting All The 'Alternative' Parties Into One
While the Republican party faithful will deny their party has also embraced many of these issues, they might wish to get a reality check from the many columns written by Chuck Baldwin.
The Constitution Party: The sanctity of life must not be violated via abortion, pro-Second Amendment, pro personal property rights, against the promotion of "same sex" marriage, against the destructive and addictive consumption of porn and drugs, strong supporter of state's rights.
The Peace and Freedom Party: Their platform states: "The Peace and Freedom Party, founded in 1967, is committed to socialism, democracy, ecology, feminism and racial equality." Nothing more needs be said about their communist goals.
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 American Richmonds
This is not surprising because he opposed the Royalists and would not bear arms for them.
They were, however, very well educated in England and finally came to America in the 1650's just before their father also returned.
Unfortunately, it is full of poison ivy and briar bushes and overgrown to the extent I did not attempt to go in and try to look at the old stones that were over-turned, one of which I was told, was John(1) Richmond's.
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 Royalist Party of America
Jennifer Daniels-Perry has resigned as Vice Chairman of the RPA, she will remain on the staff of Majestas Regalis until the October issue ; we wish her well in her future endeavors.
To educate the American People about the institution of Monarchy, its historical and contemporary significance, and its viability as a possible alternative to the present republic.
To bring together Americans of all ethnic backgrounds, political affiliations, religious ideologies, and economic backgrounds in order to promote Monarchy and understanding of the institution Monarchy.
www.angelfire.com /ex2/royalisttn/ourgoals.html   (175 words)

 The Democratic Party
America needs just one Kingfish to stand up and say that our nation must rid itself of the scarecrow with the idiot chuckle, who has left America broken and in danger while he plays tinker-toy Napoleon on other continents.
Educating America's families on how best to prepare their homes for a disaster and tips for citizens on how to respond in a crisis will be given special attention at DHS.
Fact is, your party has failed in pretty much every undertaking, saddling us with deficits, ruining our moral authority (let alone military superiority) in the world, mismanaging every part of gov't they have "reformed," and replacing science with superstition.
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 Maza ’s Weblog » South America
It is also South America’s largest freshwater lake, with a surface area of approximately 8300 square kilometres.
Coca (Erythroxylum coca), often spelled koka in Quechua and Aymara, is a plant in the family Erythroxylaceae, native to northwestern South America.
At that final party, the women brewers may have tossed their tupus (decorative pins) into the flames or they may simply have lost them during the hot work in the brewery over all the centuries preceding it.
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 The Royalist - Protestors Boo The Queen, Philip, Charles & Camilla In Wales
Despite this, though, it was clear that the booing emanated through to royal ears, especially as the ceremony saw the royal party forced to stand outside — opposite the crowd of protestors — as the National Anthem was played and a fly past undertaken.
Although TV coverage didn't linger long on the protestors, many of whom were holding placards in the air, the BBC did undertake an interview with a Welsh MP who was refusing to go inside the new debating chamber whilst the Queen was inside, this being due to her strong Nationalist, anti-monarchist entiments.
Not one TV News bulletin remarked on the fact the Royal Family were greeted by very noisy boos, nor was the footage shown in which the protestors could be heard or seen.
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 Mexico, country, North America: History
In 1996 the PRI and the three main opposition parties signed an agreement designed to democratize the electoral process and further reduce the influence of the PRI.
United State of North America: elitists in the United States, Mexico, and Canada are plotting to merge these three nations into a......
The colonization of British North America as an episode in the history of Christianity.
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 SAM RAINSY PARTY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The Sam Rainsy Party would like to inform the Public that like every year the Party is to organize a Buddhist ceremony to honor the victims perished during the Democratic Kampuchea regime (April 17, 1975 to January 06, 1979).
I had been first expelled from my party, which is one of Cambodia’s ruling parties, but subsequently I was also expelled from the National Assembly because I was the only parliamentarian who dared criticize the Government.
The Sam Rainsy Party supports COMFREL proposal to hold elections of village chiefs as shown in the watchdog review No 6 dated September 1, 2004 entitled “The village Chief Represents the Whole Villagers in the Village or the Political Parties?”.
www.samrainsyparty.org /index_041124.htm   (2583 words)

 The Royalist - Home
This afternoon she and Prince Philip are hosting a garden party in celebration of the 50th anniversary of The Duke of Edinburgh Award Schemes, at which the royals will be joined by icons from the past half century, including former astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
It's the height of summer in Britain and, as to be expected, royalty have been a regular feature on the social scene, taking advantage of the long, hot days with a round of parties and receptions.
The most senior members of the Royal Family were out in force for another of the regular Summer garden parties held on the carefully manicured lawns of Buckingham Palace.
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 American History Timeline
The thirteen European colonies that combined against the British to form the United States of America at the end of the 18th century, were mostly founded by the English and Dutch in the 17th century.
Mary Fisher and Ann Austin traveled to Barbados and are said to have been the first Quakers in America.
The new United States of America extended its borders and fought to establish a
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 History of Iran: A short account of 1953 Coup
The history says agency officers orchestrating the Iran coup worked directly with royalist Iranian military officers, handpicked the prime minister's replacement, sent a stream of envoys to bolster the shah's courage, directed a campaign of bombings by Iranians posing as members of the Communist Party, and planted articles and editorial cartoons in newspapers.
The coalition that elected Dr. Mosaddeq was splintering, and the Iranian Communist Party, the Tudeh, had become active.
Allen W. Dulles, the director of central intelligence, approved $1 million on April 4 to be used "in any way that would bring about the fall of Mosaddeq," the history says.
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 American political party   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The party of Ross the Perot of the reform party
Party of Royalist of the party from America To that it puts is to change the E.E.U.U. to a constitutional monarchy
Party of the freedom of the affiliated United States of America with the party of the international freedom
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is a group of like-minded royalists from the United States and Canada who are united in support of honoring, defending and advancing the long held ties between North America and the British Monarchy.
It is easy to see that of all the nations in North America today, all those which are the most advanced, free and prosperous are those descended from or sharing in the British Monarchy.
The American Monarchist League was formed to provide a place for U.S. monarchists as well as those from across English-speaking America, to voice their support for and solidarity with the ideals of constitutional monarchy.
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