How Did Politics And Culture Change In America

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Politics and culture in America has always been evolving by either social, economic, or by political parties. It has continually changed since it’s founding in America. At the heart of democracy, and changes that would happen, the expansion of voting rights for white men from the “white male suffrage”. As white males won the right to vote and political parties came more organized, the aspect of American politics and culture changed. At the beginning of the early politics of America was very chaotic, which in turn bred feelings of discontent amongst poor non-land owning Americans. Later American politics was in a sense more democratic and because it more democratic there would be consequences that would change the American country and culture forever. Universal white male Suffrage was an important factor in the political democracy and change in the United States. By giving all white men the right to vote it helped lessen the power of the upper class. It was the first step towards true democracy of the common man in politics. In this way, ordinary voters got to participate in politics, resulting in the presidency of Andrew Jackson. …show more content…
The Democratic Republicans began to split over issues and some supported Andrew Jackson’s policies and became known as Democrats. Those who opposed Andrew Jackson’s policies became known as the Whigs. At the time, they started the two party conflict that had created political struggles between the Federalists and the Republicans. Party conflict had became a national interest with Andrew Jackson’s campaign for the presidency, winning for the support of the ordinary voters, the common people, primarily the white male voters. They promoted politics and also the position of opportunity for the American

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