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    “Jackson’s supporters raged against what they called the “corrupt bargain” between Clay and Adams, and Jackson himself resigned from the Senate” (staff, 2009). Now this as followed: “Election of 1828: Jackson was denominated to run for President in 1825, three years before the next election. John C. Calhoun was his Vice President. The party became known as the Democrats at this time. He ran against incumbent John Quincy Adams of the National Republican Party. The campaign was less about…

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    holier than thou party. In reality they create a lot of problems. When it is election time, they campaign to fix the problems they created. One of their big screaming, hollering, a shame on the democrats and big government is, “Democrats are inflating the national economy. I assure you, that the Democrats are no angel's when it comes to adding on to the national debt either. But in my estimation, the Republicans are just as bad, maybe worse. Congressional leaders from both parties are guilty…

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    The U.S government has three branches, the legislative, executive, and judicial. All three branches have their own powers and responsibilities. Each branch has to work with each other to make sure that the peoples’ rights are protected and the government is functional. The House and Senate make up the legislative branch and together they make up the Congress. The legislative branch creates all laws, controls foreign commerce and interstate, taxing and spending policies, and declares war. The…

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    In the late 1800s a party had started to form. This party was first known simply as the Patrons of Husbandry, a local but quickly spreading alliance of farmers who felt like they were not being represented fairly and wanted a say in politics. This movement was also called the Grange and in the 1890’s would turn into the Populist party, a major left wing political party, that would set a precedent for labor laws. It would also set a precedent for how each party would represent the working class.…

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    There are many reasons why Hitler came to power in 1933. These reasons can be categorised in a variety of ways. One of the most important categories is the political. Lots of the other reasons stem from Hitler joining the Nazi Party on 14th September 1919. Hitler was a soldier in the Great War and was horrified when the German government signed the treaty of Versailles on 28th June 1919. He, like many other German soldiers felt that Germany was capable of winning the…

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    they happened to be Jews or destined to rule the world if they were members of the Nordic race such as the Germans.” The way in which the Nazi Party treated those whom they considered other caused Germans to perpetuate the belief that they were better than those who were different, and this was aided not only by propaganda, but also the doctrine of the Nazi Party. Germans who lived in Germany during Hitler’s tenure as Fuehrer were exposed to media that stated that they were of a race greater and…

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    Clay was the Secretary of State. Jackson was very outraged and called the election the corrupt bargin. 2. In what ways was Andrew Jackson a new type of president? What were his followers called? How did they behave? -Andrew Jackson was the 7th president of the United States. He was a new kind of president for a few reasons. Jackson…

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    their respective political parties. Besides the unconscious first impressions, the Canadian public typically understood very little about the individuals that may lead the country. Reasonably so, Canadian leaders are not always in the spotlight unless major events occur such as a law implementation or a tragic disaster. The lengthier campaigns simply create additional leaders debates and speeches. These additional demonstrations allow citizens to have a higher interest in party policy and their…

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    The People Who Changed the World By. Daniel Martin Throughout time billions upon billions of people have lived on this planet. Most live their lives and stay a part of the crowd. But some rise above the crowd and completely change how people live forever. So, I chose to write about the lives and actions of a few of these people. Although many of these are people who chose to try and change the world for the better, there are a few who’s actions were not beneficial but instead caused world wide…

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    Political Parties have huge impacts of things that go on in today’s society. Many political parties are well out spoken and are mostly heard than seen. What is a political party you may ask? A political party is an organized group of people with very similar thoughts and opinions politically. They seek the influence of those who have political power to get their candidates put into the public office. Politicians may talk about anything from taxes to education. Whichever catches the attention of…

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