For most of its history, the United States has been the only nation on the planet without a presidential election.
But since the end of World War II, there has been a strange but enduring relationship between a Republican president and the people of the United State.
That relationship has been especially strained by the death of the last Republican president, Gerald Ford.
The election of Barack Obama in 2008 changed that.
The result, though, has been an unusually polarizing president who has made a reputation for himself on a host of issues, including trade, the economy, immigration, national security and religion.
The Republican Party has been deeply divided over the years about how best to deal with Ford.
Ford’s legacy as a strong leader has not gone unnoticed in the Republican Party, where there has also been intense scrutiny of the Republican nominee and his supporters.
Some Republicans have gone so far as to say that Ford is the most divisive figure in American history.
But for all the attention Ford has gotten, it is important to understand what has been accomplished in the past six years that has made the Republican party less divided than it has been in decades.
Ford and the Republican leadership were not the first to try to create a new relationship between the Republican and the Democratic party.
The founders of the party were a faction of Republican leaders who argued that a party of government should be a party in government, not in the private sector.
They believed that a nation’s elected leaders should be accountable to the public.
The Founders believed that government was an institution that could be reformed through a political process.
That was the philosophy that became the founding principle of the Democratic Party.
After the Civil War, Democrats took a different approach to politics.
They argued that government should not be a private enterprise and that government functioned best when people were involved in it.
Democrats have often cited Abraham Lincoln’s famous quote that “government is the worst of all evils.”
This quote is often credited with defining the Democratic idea of democracy.
Lincoln believed that the American people had the right to direct the course of government, but that they should not have to choose between their own welfare and that of their neighbors.
Lincoln was one of the few presidents who believed that there should be an opportunity for political compromise in government.
That is why, in his inaugural address, Lincoln spoke about the power of the states and that it should be the responsibility of the federal government to protect the citizens of the nation from those who would undermine that power.
This is the basis of the American Civil War.
The Democratic Party in the 20th century tried to reorient its platform and policy towards this new, more pluralistic and inclusive vision of the government that it believed could be built by a new set of voters.
As the party developed this vision, it also sought to embrace more radical views on issues such as race, immigration and sexual orientation.
These positions were not necessarily new, as the party had been more or less conservative for a long time.
But the evolution of the Democrats’ position on race and gender was particularly significant.
It was not until the 1960s that Democrats began to address the problem of racial discrimination in America.
The party also embraced more progressive views on social issues such the civil rights movement and abortion rights.
This was not the original vision of Democrats as the new party of the people.
The original vision was a party that would work for the people rather than for private interests.
But that vision never became reality because of the political power of Richard Nixon.
During the 1960 campaign, Nixon, who was elected to the Senate in 1968, campaigned for the presidency on a platform that reflected the radical and anti-American policies that he had campaigned against as a candidate for the Democratic National Committee.
The Nixon campaign was a response to the Civil Rights movement, which had swept the nation during the 1960’s.
The civil rights era had marked a profound shift in the American society.
Many Americans felt that their rights had been violated by the federal authorities.
They had lost faith in the government and believed that it was controlled by a corrupt, racist and powerful elite.
The movement to change the way things were was led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. But Nixon was not a candidate to change America.
He was a candidate who promised to do away with all the social programs that had made life better for many people in America during the previous years.
Nixon did not want to end the civil war, he was not interested in a peace treaty, he did not believe that the U.S. should be at peace with Israel, and he believed that Israel should be destroyed.
He believed that he was a man who could win the Democratic nomination for president and become the most powerful president in U. S. history.
Nixon’s policies, as he called them, would have brought an end to the civil wars that had broken out between the Black and white communities.
But he also believed that black people needed a leader who would stand up to them.
He did not think that the best way to do that was through the Democratic nominee.