Compare and Contrast the Federalist Party and the Democratic Republican Party?

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The Federalists believed in a strong centralized government, a commercial economy, worldwide involvement, loose constructionist, were pro-England, and thought we should fund the national debt. The rich aristocracy mainly joined this party. The Republicans believed in a moderate national government with a rural economy, they also believed in strict constructionists, and were pro-France. Independent farmers and lower class citizens tended to join this party which led to its large scale popularity among Americans.
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Compare and contrast the three different two-party systems in US history between 1790 and 1861 the Federalist vs Democratic Republicans and the whigs vs Democratics and Republicans vs Democratics?

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How was Thomas Jefferson's Democratic Republican party different from the federalist party?

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How do the Federalists and Republicans compare and contrast?

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How do you explain the differences and similarities between the Federalist Party and Democratic-Republican Party?

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Are the democratic and Republican Party the same?

Yes they are. Just use your critical thinking and it all becomesvery obvious. The Republican and Democratic parties are tools theAmerican government uses to brainwash the American people. Whathappens when you have two parties that represent the two sides ofthe political spectrum, is that you keep th (MORE)

What party did the Democratic-Republican Party become?

The Democratic-Republican Party split into two separate parties in 1824: the National Republican Party and the Democratic Party. The National Republican Party later becoming the Whig Party from 1833-1856, which then split into the Free Soil and Know-Nothing parties, as well as a new incarnation o (MORE)

How did the Democratic-Republican Party start?

The Democratic-Republican Party was founded by James Madison andThomas Jefferson as an opposing voice to Alexander Hamilton'sFederalists. The party consisted of many people identified asAnti-Federalists during the Constitutional Convention.

Why is there a Republican Party and a democratic party?

The Republican and Democratic parties exist due to the strikingly contrasting ethnic and cultural differences of each. Though both parties originally lacked ideological differences, they were clearly separated by difference of beliefs in regards to issues of morality and liberalism. Democrats bel (MORE)

When were the Democratic Party and the Republican Party founded?

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Who led the Democratic-Republican Party?

The Democratic-Republican Party was originally created by ThomasJefferson and James Madison. It was founded in response toopposition to the Federalist Party.

Was the Federalist party more like the Republican or Democratic party of today?

None- at the time, the Federalists were running against the Democrat-Republicans, who were opposed to strong national government with strong intervention, a national bank, and especially the federalist support for North Eastern bankers' and merchants' interests. Once the Federalists died out, the De (MORE)

Is Wisconsin a Republican Party or a Democratic Party?

As of 2013, the Wisconsin state legislature is controlled by the Republican Party and the governor is a Republican, Scott Walker. But historically, Wisconsin has had both Democratic and Republican legislators and members of congress: former Senator Russ Feingold, for example, is a Democrat, and form (MORE)

How were the federalists and democratic republican parties alike?

They were both American political parties and both were a force in1796 and 1800. They both wanted the United States to prosper and bestrong. Other than that, they had no more in common that do theDemocrats and Republicans today and perhaps they were even moredivided geographically.

What was the other party that is not Democratic or Republican?

The Whig Party was a major political party from 1834 to 1856. There are several other political parties in the United States,including the Green Party, the Libertarian Party, the Peace andFreedom Party, the American Independent Party, the RevolutionaryCommunist Party, and many more.

Is Obama a republican or Democratic Party?

President Obama is not a party. He is a member of a party. In America, there are two major (and several other minor) political parties. Mr. Obama is a member of the Democratic Party-- so, we would say he is a Democrat.

How are the Democratic Party and the Republican parties alike?

They are both capitalist parties; they usually agree on foreign policy; they both support imperialism, the elected political leaders are usually very wealthy people, don't seem to understand that we need a single payer national health system in the United States, and support military buildups.

What were the democratic-republican and federalist parties?

The Federalists party was prevalent during 1792-1816. It was created by Alexander Hamilton with followers such as George Washington as well as many other people that believed in strong centralized government, a national bank and limited states rights just to name a few. Along with Hamilton, John Ada (MORE)

Contrast the republican and democratic parties?

The Democratic Party was founded in 1792 by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, sixty-two years before the Republican Party was founded in 1854 by anti-slavery activists and modernizers. Democrats are generally more liberal. They believe in a larger federal government, and often implement tax plans (MORE)

What did the Republican Party and the federalist consensus on?

The First Party System Federalists and Republicans - The First PartySystem Party Names Federalist Party Republican Party Consensus on: . The United States should stay out of war in Europe. . The United States should remain a democratic republic. Partisan Issues . Accepted a hierarchica (MORE)

When did the Democratic-Republican Party die?

The Democratic-Republican Party didn't die, in the sense that they simply faded as the Federalists had; they actively split the party into two new parties (National Republicans and Democrats) after the Presidential election of 1824 because of major ideological differences that became intolerable t (MORE)

What is the difference between the federalists party and the democratic-Republican Party?

The First Political Parties Belief Differences The Federalists . Strong national government . Fear of mob rule . Loose construction (interpretation) of the Constitution . Favored a national bank . Economy based on manufacturing and shipping The Democratic-Republican . Limited national g (MORE)

What was the opposing party to the Democratic-Republicans?

In the late 18th- and early 19th-centuries, the party opposing Jefferson's Democratic-Republicans was the Federalist Party. The Federalists were the United States' first official political party, but began losing power after the 1800 presidential election and eventually died out completely.

What is different about the federalists and Republican Party?

The Federalists espoused the view of John Adams and believed in a strong federal government. The Republicans favored Jefferson's ideas and believed the ultimate power rested with the individual states; the federal government's only job was to provide services that the states could not individually s (MORE)

How were the Democratic Party and the republican parties different?

The Democratic and Replublican parties were once united into one party called the Democratic-Republican Party, which was created by Thomas Jefferson at 1792. The Federalists opposed the Constitution and were made up of the high, wealthy class. They believed in a strong central government and a natio (MORE)

How are the Federalist party and Democratic-Republican party alike?

They both agreed with a central power to negotiate between the various States, and both agreed with the people being directly involved and benefiting from, a central government. The Federalists, like George Washington, wanted a highly powerful central government . . . after all, that was how Engl (MORE)

How did the Federalists and Republican Parties form?

The Federalist Party was the first political party in the U.S. It'ssupporters believed in a strong federal government. The Republican party spun out of the Whig party. The MissouriCompromise of 1820 divided the country between the pro-slavery,agrarian South and anti-slavery, industrial North, Anger (MORE)

How and why the democratic republican party split?

So, sometime between the 1860s and 1936 , the (Democratic) party of small government became the party of big government, and the (Republican) party of big government became rhetorically committed to curbing federal power.