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  • The head of the Democratic Republican Party, which is not represented in parliament, said he wants to move the United Nations headquarters from New York to Panmunjom, a village that sits on the world's most militarized border separating North and South Korea which remain technically at war.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Known in his time as the Democratic Republican Party, it survives today, in truncated and much-morphed form, as the Democratic Party.

    Hard-Headed Idealist

  • He noted in that letter that he tried to prevent this sort of danger within the courts in general by achieving balance between his own Democratic Republican Party (now called simply the Democratic Party) and the Federalists (who today are reincarnated as Republicans).

    Supreme Court - Media Ignore Possible "Fascist" Play

  • The junta's Democratic Republican Party (DRP) nominated Pak as its presidential candidate in the Oct. 15 elections.


  • Party and Jefferson's Democratic Republican Party formed in under five years. Main RSS Feed

  • In April 2003, the transitional National Assembly recommended the dissolution of the Democratic Republican Party (MDR), one of eight political parties participating in the Government of National Unity since 1994.


  • Why aren't more of us talking about the significance of the name of the party which arose in opposition to the Federalists, the Democratic Republican Party?

    Alex Jones' Prison

  • [Thesis continued] "In order to oppose them, re-unite the Democrats and the Republicans into the Democratic Republican Party, educating the uninformed about its origins, and call those who oppose you by their original name, Federalists!"

    Alex Jones' Prison

  • Sketches Of The Lives Of Franklin Pierce And William R. King: Candidates Of The Democratic Republican Party, For The Presidency And Vice Presidency (1852) by Democratic National Committee

    The Obama-Edwards Ticket

  • Jackson's election in 1828 splintered Thomas Jefferson's Democratic Republican Party. News


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