Saturday, October 1, 2016

U.S. Political Party Animals

VOA Learning English: U.S. Political Party Animals

In U.S. politics, the elephant represents the Republican Party and the donkey represents the Democratic Party. Watch the history on how that came to be.   Originally published at -

U.S. Political Party animal for high level ESL students:

VOANews: Elephants and Donkeys, Oh My! (video)

You see elephants and donkeys every election season in the U.S. They represent the Republican and Democratic political parties. So how did they become party animals?
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