People have the right to gather in public to march, protest, demonstrate, carry signs and otherwise express their views in a nonviolent way.:)
Political unity means that all parties have decided to work together towards a common cause. It doesn't mean they all belong to the same party, but that they are willing to put aside their differences to accomplish the task at hand.
The continent was peopled; the frontier was disappearing. A small, former struggling republic had become a world power.
Very roughly, an "ontology" is an account about the way we give accounts; a formal description of the formal objects and structures of thought. So a "political ontology" would relate our accounts of the relations between people, policy and power. One way of thinking about this might involve asking after what the social "really" consists in. Is it a matter of a cause, an idea -- or a revolutionary "act"?
talking about voter registration or political campaign ?
a coalition Political parties are groups of people joined together for political purposes.
The protagonist is the principal character in a literary work. Someone who is the advocate of a political cause or social reform
they show a political view in which brings the workers together
Cause - Immaturity, both political and social Effect - The Second World War
The Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) 1903, besides peaceful demonstrations and parades, its members heckled government speakers, cut telegraph wires, and even committed arson.
To spread a message or advance a cause
Check out the Federalist papers, in particular No. 10. Factions are like political parties or large groups together for a cause.
Industrialization caused pollution, crowding of cities, long work hours, and unsafe working conditions, political corruptions, social injustices, and monopolies
Gather people around a social cause in an effort to address that cause
The French Revolution
French Revolution, son.