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25 January, 14:18

Loyalty to a political cause or party is known as

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  1. 25 January, 14:54
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    Loyalty to a political cause or party is known as partisanship; the individual loyal to a political cause or party is called partisan. Politicians are usually identified with a party, because independents usually do not win. An example of nonpartisan was Dwight Eisenhower before joining the Republicab Party.
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