politics based on strict adherence to the policies and principles of a political party regardless of the public interest; partisan loyalism.
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How to use party politics in a sentence
In our current configuration of religious interest groups, we find significant overlap with party politics.Even Conservative Evangelical Support Couldn’t Save Immigration Reform | Jacob Lupfer | July 6, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Republican suggested that while immigration was a factor, the bigger issues were internal party politics.
That vision has been crushed by the mastodons of national party politics.
Active in Democratic party politics, Johnson has moved frequently between his law firm and public service.Exclusive: Jeh Johnson Tapped to Lead Department of Homeland Security | Daniel Klaidman | October 17, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Rand Paul and Justin Amash have principles that trump party politics.
Here is something that strikes deeper than party politics, that demands the best that is in us of wisdom and sanity.The Affable Stranger | Peter McArthur
The question runs through the history of the party politics of England during the next eight years.The Political History of England - Vol. X. | William Hunt
This attitude, in full accordance with highest tradition of British party politics, not unexpected.
The profession of the reformer, however, is social, as distinguished from party politics.Introduction to the Science of Sociology | Robert E. Park
My father, as judge of the Circuit Court, has been in intimate touch with public men and party politics.The Wasted Generation | Owen Johnson
British Dictionary definitions for party politics
politics conducted through, by, or for parties, as opposed to other interests or the public good
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