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The modern political party system in the U.S. is a two-party system dominated by the Conservative Party and the Progressive Party. These two parties have won every United States presidential election since 1928 and have controlled the United States Congress to some extent since 1936.
The Conservative Party is a center-right political party of the United States of America and is the second largest party in the nation. The Conservative Party was established in 1924 by former southern democrats and northern conservatives out of distrust of the direction that the Robinson administration was taking during the 1920's.
The Conservatives would eventually come to power in 1928, with the election of Massachusetts Governor Calvin Coolidge. The Conservatives would take the blame for the 1929 stock market crash and many expected a landslide loss to the Progressives.
The Progressive Party is a center-left political party of the United States of America. It was established in 1912 by former President Theodore Roosevelt in his bid for a third term as President.
The official logo of the Liberal Party is the silhouette of a Bull Moose. This is in reference to an assassination attempt on Liberal nominee and former President Theodore Roosevelt by John Flammang Schrank on October 14, 1912 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Although wounded, Roosevelt insisted on giving his speech to the crowd declaring, "It takes more than that to kill a Bull Moose!" Since then, the party has adopted the Bull Moose as its official logo.