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democratic

1. of, characterized by, derived from, or relating to the principles of democracy
2. upholding or favouring democracy or the interests of the common people
3. popular with or for the benefit of all
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Two days before the election, Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean was even more explicit regarding the "phased redeployment" the Democratic leadership wants to implement in Iraq.
Is it possible that now that Democratic women are in power, they'll stiff-arm Republicans, even Republican women, as remorselessly as Republicans did Democrats?
But Connecticut's Democratic voters, who ought to have the final say in which Democrat represents them, told Lieberman to take a hike, and that's reason enough for HRC to withdraw its endorsement from the now "independent" senatorial candidate.
A Democratic physician, assessing the same medical data, would probably rate the poor guy a basket case, and recommend early retirement--long before the election.
Since its inception, the Company has been tapped by leading Democratic organizations and candidates to support their election efforts with highly targeted online campaigns.
Legislative chambers across the country are heating echoes of DeWeese's vitriol as longtime Democratic power brokers are forced to adjust painfully to the idea of riding the back bench for at least the next two or four years.
Al-Nahda strives for the erection of an Islamic state through the execution of the Shari'a, but within a pluralist and democratic framework.
CONTACT: Rick Hess of the Democratic National Committee, 202-863-8148
In Tocqueville's eyes, the democratic movement both united and brought about the resemblance of Europe and the United States.
We must do everything we can to develop our relationship to its full potential, and help Indonesia succeed as a modern, democratic power, one that acts as a positive force on the global stage and ensures prosperity for its people at home.
The "Bull Moose" Party's ticket split the Republican vote and led to the election of Democratic President Woodrow Wilson.

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