American Journal of Sociology. American Political Science Review. Edmund Burke: His Political Philosophy. Two-party systems are states such as Honduras , Jamaica , Malta , Ghana and the United States in which there are two political parties dominant to such an extent that electoral success under the banner of any other party is almost impossible. The argument that parties are produced by social cleavages has drawn several criticisms. Some authors have challenged the theory on empirical grounds, either finding no evidence for the claim that parties emerge from existing cleavages or arguing that this claim is not empirically testable. In the United Kingdom, it has been alleged that peerages have been awarded to contributors to party funds, the benefactors becoming members of the House of Lords and thus being in a position to participate in legislating. Conservative Reactionary Traditionalist. Political parties and party systems.
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