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A minor party is a political party that plays a smaller (in some cases much smaller, even insignificant in comparison) role than a major party in a country's politics and elections.

A minor party is a political party that plays a smaller (in some cases much smaller, even insignificant in comparison) role than a major party in a country's politics and elections. The difference between minor and major parties can be so great that the membership total, donations, and the candidates that they are able to produce or attract are very distinct. Some of the minor parties play almost no role in a country's politics because of their low recognition, vote and donations.

The Senate, the minor parties and the 1993 budget. Parliamentary Fellow Monographs Canberra: Parliament of Australia. This text is taken from Value for Money: Budget and financial management reform in the People's Republic of China, Taiwan and Australia. Minor Players? The Senate, the minor parties and the 1993 budget. Parliamentary Fellow Monographs. Canberra: Parliament of Australia

Dr Liz Young, BA (Hons), PhD (Adelaide) Minor Parties. Major Players? The Senate, the Minor Parties and the 1993 Budget. Political Studies Fellow Monographs.

Dr Liz Young, BA (Hons), PhD (Adelaide) Minor Parties. 1995 Dr Keith Abbott, BA 1991 (Honours, First Class), Deakin University, PhD 1994 (Cantab) Pressure Groups and the Australian Federal Parliament, Political Studies Fellow Monograph No. 3, 1996.

Minor parties raise issues that the Democrats and Republicans ignore because of their tendency to take .

Minor parties raise issues that the Democrats and Republicans ignore because of their tendency to take middle-of-the road positions. As a result, minor parties can be catalysts for change. Daniel A. Mazmanian, Third Parties in Presidential Elections (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1974). The Progressive Party backed the women’s suffrage movement in the early twentieth century, which led to the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. The Liberal Party and the Democratic Party cross endorsed Mario Cuomo in the 1990 New York governor’s race, leading him to defeat his Republican Party and Conservative Party opponents handily.

Young, Liz: Minor Parties and the Legislative Process in the Australian Senate: A Study of the 1993 Budget, Australian Journal of Political Science, Vol. 34, No. 1 1999, pp. 7-27. cross-trading" for a minor party means to vote with the government on one issue to reach a bargain on another issue not related with the first one.

Your Bibliography: YOUNG, L. (1999). Minor Parties and the Legislative Process in the Australian Senate: A Study of the 1993 Budget. Australian Journal of Political Science, 34(1), p. -27.

Electoral Studies, 21(1), p. 7-67. Gauja, A. Evaluating the Success and Contribution of a Minor Party: the Case of the Australian Democrats. 2010 - Parliamentary Affairs. In-text: (Gauja, 2010). Your Bibliography: YOUNG, L. Keep on Citing! Cite This For Me: The Easiest Tool to Create your Bibliographies Online.

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Home PUBLICATIONS Opinion The Minors Are Now Major Parties . Formerly known as Young Membership

Home PUBLICATIONS Opinion The Minors Are Now Major Parties, Despite Ol. .The Minors Are Now Major Parties, Despite Old Player And Media Whinges. Is there really a continuing drift away from the major parties in Australian parties? Like many I have in recent years bought into the narrative that we live in an age of political disruption – one reflecting a more general diminishment in the sense of affiliation people have to historic institutions – and that this had led to a flight from the major parties. Formerly known as Young Membership. This membership provides a great foundation to engage with young people across the country in an intellectual debate.

Parties that form around a "SINGLE" issue of interest to its supporters (usually short-lived because events have passed them by, as their themes have failed to attract voters, or as one or both of the major parties have taken their key issues as their own). Examples: Free-soil Party Know Nothing Party Peace and Freedom Party Reform Party Green Party. Economic Protest Parties. Parties rooted in poor economic times lacking a clear ideological base.