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    American Republicanism is a term used to refer to the main ideology of the Republican Party such as the evolution of American Republicanism since the creation of the Republican Party until nowadays. Republicanism supports free markets and tax cuts, in addition to opposing gun control, drugs, same-sex marriage, abortion, illegal immigration and progressive policies in general.

    American Republicanism can also be used to represent the beliefs of certain Republicans this means it can represent the beliefs of right-wing Republicans such as Nick Fuentes or RINOs (Republicans In Name Only) such as Teddy Roosevelt, or it could represent Big State Republicans such as Richard Nixon or Small State Republicans such as Rand Paul.


    American Republicanism is usually portrayed with the personality of any Republican figure or party supporter, therefore encompassing a wide range of behaviors, depending on who is being portrayed.


    Early History

    The Republican Party of the US was founded in the Northern states in 1854, by people that opposed the expansion of slavery. The Republican Party quickly became the main opposition of the dominant Democratic Party. The party grew out of opposition to the Kansas–Nebraska Act, which repealed the Missouri Compromise and opened Kansas Territory and Nebraska Territory to slavery, and there future joining as slave states. The name Republican was proposed during the first public meeting of the general anti-Nebraska movement.

    The Republican Party first came to power in the elections of 1860 when it won control of both houses of Congress and its candidate, former congressman Abraham Lincoln, was elected president. In the election of 1864, it united with War Democrats to nominate Lincoln on the National Union Party ticket; Lincoln won re-election. Under Republican congressional leadership, the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution—which banned slavery (except as punishment for crime) in the United States passed, and was ratified in December 1865.

    Gilded Age to World War I

    During the Gilded Age, the Republican Party supported hard money (i.e. the gold standard), high tariffs to promote economic growth, high wages and high profits, and generous pensions for Union veterans. The Republicans had strong support from pietistic Protestants, but they resisted demands for Prohibition. As the Northern postwar economy boomed with heavy and light industry, railroads, mines, fast-growing cities, and prosperous agriculture, the Republicans took credit, and promoted policies to sustain the fast growth.

    After the Gilded Age, the Republican Party continued to compete with the Democratic Party as one of the two dominant political parties in the US. One prominent member of the party was Theodore Roosevelt, who while a moderate progressive, did adhere strongly to the principles of the Monroe Doctrine, which would lead his political career forward. Roosevelt was elected president of the US, and served for two terms, from 1901 to 1909. During his presidency, he was known for his Square Deal (the 3 C's of Conservation of natural resources, Control of corporations, and Consumer protection) as well as support for a strong military and trust busting.

    Mid 20th Century

    Reagan and Modern Conservatism

    Trump and Right-Wing Populism

    With the rise of presidential candidate Donald Trump in 2016, Republicanism has been returning to the use of populist rhetoric, as seen with their older presidential candidates such as Abraham Lincoln & Theodore Roosevelt. This new right-wing populism can be seen though the frantic coverage on Fox News of this presidency and eventual electoral loss against Joe Biden, as well as the rise of the QAnon conspiracy and the insurrection of January 6, 2021. This has caused more liberal factions within the Republican Party, such as the Bushite neoconservatives and Romneyite liberal conservatives, to distance themselves from the pro-Trump populist faction.


    Tea Party Republicanism

    Tea Party Republicanism is a faction of American Republicanism with more libertarian sympathies. Proponents include libertarian conservatives like Ron and Rand Paul, among many others. Within this group, there are radical constitutionalists who believe in enforcing the Founding Fathers' ideas, and those who simply advocate for lower taxation to stimulate small businesses.

    Christian Right

    Christian Conservatism also known as The Christian Right, or the Religious Right is form of Christianity & American Republicanism / American Conservatism that advocates for Laissez-faire Capitalism, Christian Zionism, the lessing between Chruch, and State without being theocratic, restrictions on the sale of alcohol on Sundays, the occasional support of labor unions, homeschooling (or private christian schools), the promotion of abstinence till marriage, the promotion of creationalism in schools, and a school voucher system that would be government funded & could be redeemed for "a specified maximum sum per child per years if spent on approved educational services" in order to relive the econimic burden associated with private schools.

    American Paleoconservatism

    Paleoconservatism follows the ideas of previous forms of american republicanism along with a practicing a significant level of cultural conservatism writers within this group include pat buchanan an anti interventionist.

    American Right-wing Populism

    Populism in the republican party has been used multiple times to win elections throughout its history in recent years candidates have used this rhetoric specifically right wing populists in america see the administration of "left wing" democrat run states as abysmal and hope to see positive changes to their lives through voting for another party

    Main Street Republicanism

    Main Street Republicanism also known as Main Street Republicans is a faction of the American Republican Party Main Street Republicans. Main Street Republicans are the party's small-town, rural, and small-business supporters, generally they are more culturally conservative then that of mainstream conservatism being more opposed to gay rights, abortion, and other similar issues.

    American Traditional Conservatism

    American Traditional Conservatism is a form of American Republicanism / American Conservatism that is based on the writings of both Edmund Burke, and Aristotle that emphasizes the bonds of social order over hyper-individualism. American Traditional Conservatives also believe in a moral order, manifested through what they call the natural laws which they believe society ought to conform to.

    Reagan Coalitionism

    Reagan Coalitionism also known as the Reagan Coalition & Reagan Democrats were a short lived faction & movement in the USAGOP.png American Republican Party that focused on assembling a major political realignment that helped Ronald Reagan with his electoral landslide in the 1980 election. In 1980, the Reagan coalition was possible because of Democrat Jimmy Carter's losses in most social-economic groups. The Reagan coalition was possible due to the fact that Democrat Jimmy Carter's lossed favor in most economic groups.


    RINOs (Republican In Name Only)

    American Neoconservatism

    In recent years, Neoconservatism has been rapidly losing popularity within the Republican voting base. The movement itself has been accused of having Trotskyite and liberal origins. This rejection has been influenced in part by the rising sentiment of anti-interventionism, due to the War on Terror's cost to the country in both money and human lives.

    Log Cabin Republicanism

    Rockefeller Republicanism

    Half-Breed Republicanism

    During the early years of the Gilded Age, the Half-Breeds, also known as the Half-Breed Republicans, were a faction in the Republican Party and a form of Meritocracy that was led by Senator James G. Blaine, which advocated for civil service reforms and a merit system. They were opposed by the Stalwarts, another faction in the Republican Party. Their name was based on the fact that the Stalwarts only saw them as half Republican. They are also known for electing the Half-Breed George Frisbie Hoar to the position as temporary chairman of the Republican National Convention. Later on, both the Half-Breeds and the Stalwarts compromised on the candidate James Garfield, and they also outlawed the spoils system. Both the Half-Breeds and Stalwarts dissolved towards the end of the 1880s.

    Progressive Republicanism

    The Bull Moose progressives within the Republican Party advocate for the re-industrialization of the US in order to bring back manufacturing potential, and the installment and enforcement of trust-busting laws. It's a civic nationalist movement, which wishes to use the ideas of Teddy Roosevelt in order to improve American civilian life.


    Reagan/Bush Democrats

    The Reagan Democrats were Democrats before, & after the Reagan years, but voted for Ronald Reagan in 1980 and 1984 and for George H. W. Bush in 1988, producing their landslide victories during their elections. They were mostly white socially conservative blue-collar workers who were attracted to Reagan's social conservatism and to his foreign policy. They did not continue to vote Republican in 1992 or 1996.

    America First

    America First is a modern Paleoconservative movement, heavily influenced by the internet. Prominent members of it include Nick Fuentes and Vincent James, though there are differences between people like Fuentes, who mostly base their political decisions on memes, and people like Vincent James, who see the restoration of the USA as a serious situation. In general, they supported the candidacy of Trump in 2016, but then moved on to advocate for things like immigration control, anti interventionism, and lower taxes.

    Social Conservatism/Paternalistic Conservatism

    Known as Blue Republicans or Red Democrats, Democratic members of this movement usually have sympathies with some conservative-leaning Democratic candidates, but due to issues with the Democrats in general (mainly on social issues), refuse to join them. They're a faction of populists that believe in accessible healthcare and education for all American citizens, and the pragmatic use of welfare through the balancing of government spending with cuts to redundant programs if possible. They usually prefer the use of federal job programs more than welfare systems in order to help reduce unemployment along with poverty. To them, any attempt at imitating The New Deal from a liberal point of view would fail, as the globalist mindset and hedonistic lifestyle promoted by liberalism lack the patriotism and the civic commitment necessary to apply it.

    How To Draw

    Normal Design

    Flag of American Republicanism
    Color Name HEX RGB
    White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
    Strong Blue #1404BD 20, 4, 189
    Red #DE0100 222, 1, 0
    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Fill the ball with white
    3. Draw a Blue top half of the GOP icon.
    4. Draw the red bottom half of the GOP icon.
    5. Draw the eyes and you're done.

    2013 Alternative Flag

    Flag of American Republicanism (2013 Alternative Flag)
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Red #CD0000 205, 0, 0
    White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Fill the ball with red
    3. Draw the words GOP on the ball.
    4. On the O draw the GOP icon.
    5. Draw the eyes and you're done.

    GOP Flag (Vector Version)

    Flag of American Republicanism (Vector Version)
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Red #CD0000 205, 0, 0
    White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
    1. Fill the ball with red
    2. Draw the words GOP on the ball.
    3. Draw The GOP icon.
    4. Draw the eyes and your done.




    • Paternalistic Conservatism - You're a little weird but you still try to help the people in your own way.
    • Anonism - It's always hard to tell if you're really on my side.
    • Libertarianism - You don't seem to care much for preserving America's great values, but you still good in other areas.
    • Kanye Westism - Incredibly based, too bad you split from the party.
    • Alex Jones - I like you, but you're insane.
    • Fuentesism - If you weren’t so racist, un-democratic, and weren't a groyper, you would be based.
    • Authoritarian Conservatism - Why so authoritarian? I like Bush and Nixon
    • Alt-Lite - Supports me from time to time, and sometimes I even begrudgingly let him into the party, but he takes it WAY too far.


    • Democratism - The party of donkeys!
    • Obamaism - REEEEEEEEEEEEE
    • Liberalism - There will be a time when I'll own and destroy liberals epic style again someday. What do you mean all of my ideas, such as laissez-faire capitalism and constitutionalism, are liberal?
    • Satanic Liberalism - Aren't you just Liberalism?
    • Bidenism - Darn you for taking the crown presidency from Trump!
    • Harrisism - Utterly, terminally cringe.
    • New Deal Liberalism - Stop blaming us for the Great Depression, Roosevelt!
    • Abortionism - Evil.
    • Spencerism - Asshat who voted for this Fucker. Atleast, you helped me to get elected in 2016

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