Compare and contrast two-party with multiparty systems, noting the strengths and weaknesses of each

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A two-party system refers to a party system where only two major political parties are dominating the race in government position. A multiparty system is where a number of political parties can participate in a national elections and have equal chances of gaining control in the government offices.  The US is currently using the two-party system where the house of representatives is composed of the democrats and republicans. 

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