Compare And Contrast Federalist And Federalists

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Register to read the introduction… The Republican Party was formed in 1854 by former members of the “Whig Democratic” and “Free Soil” parties who chose the party’s name to recall the Jeffersonian Republican’s concern with the national interest. The Republican Party is a more conservative while Democrats are more liberal. The Democratic Party was formed in 1790 as a group of Thomas Jefferson’s supporters. They demonstrated their beliefs in the principle of popular government and their opposition to monarchism. Democrats won every presidential election in the years of 1836-60, but the slavery issues split the party. Both these parties often have different views on how the country should be run and different outlooks on political issues. With these two parties there is still one that is rarely spoken of one of which is the Federalist. The Federalist are supporters of the United States government a U.S. political party founded in 1787 to advocate the establishment of a strong federal government and the adoption by the states of the Constitution. By the 1820’s most of the federal principles had been adopted by the Democratic Party and the Federalist Party was no

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