What factors contributed to the development of political parties in the united States during the 1790s?
The main factor that contributed to the development of political parties in the United States during the 1790s were differing opinions. The two main groups that formed at that time were the Federalists and the Republicans.
What caused the formation of the Federalists and Democratic-Republicans as two opposing political parties and how did domestic and international events shape their early history?
One of the main contributing factors was their different stances on the French Revolution, other foreign affairs (such as the XYZ Affair), and economic policies including the development of the Bank of the US. The development of the American political parties were shaped much faster than usual, due to the validity of their many arguments and debates, along with the pressing matters of obligation and reaction.
There are several factors which have caused the large number of political parties in Indonesia. Firstly, some parties are based on particular sections of society, and thus several parties have emerged that represent these sections of society. Secondly, Indonesia is a relatively new democracy, and hence there was much excitement post-1998 about creating and joining political parties. There has also been less time for particular parties to consolidate and become more powerful. Thirdly, political parties…