A significant party outside the two dominant parties in U.S. politics is called a:
Question 9c of 10 - Label Identity and Program
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- Question: A significant party outside the two dominant parties in U.S. politics is called a:
- minor party.
- political machine.
- local party.
- third party
The correct answer is: third party. There are many minor parties, but they have little significance. A political machine is a single-party dominance in an urban area or state. Local state parties are not generally significant nationally.