Political parties usually start to form when a country moves from a monarchy or an oligarchy to some form of government that has a larger number of people making decisions - usually in the form of an elected body.
The reason this tends to happen is because when a monarch or dictator holds all the power, there is no need for him or her to consult anyone to have something done. In a democracy, or some other form of government where many people hold the power, it is very unlikely that a majority will agree on anything; thus, political parties are formed by people who have enough in common to reach a compromise and get bills passed.
Over time, a political party may attract more and more like-minded people who all are trying to reach the same goals. While this might seem like a good thing, it is usually negative as it creates political parties with official "party lines." It creates political parties that are unwilling to compromise, and only work towards the official party goals, even if these goals are not sanctioned by the general public.
Every political parties
There were no political parties in this time period. There was politics, but no parties had formed.
Yes, the first political parties were formed around regional and economic differences. This is true.
the political parties were formed from the help of some historic people. as u might remember from grade 8 history (which I am learning right now), there is Brown, Cartier, and Macdonald who helped form political parties.
people had different opinions
Cause of goverment
Seeks to attain and maintain political power within government
democratic and republican
Political parties didn't exist in1796. They really hadn't formed, but there were political fractions concerning how government should be run.
whigs and tories
In the U.S., they evolved in the early 1790's. However, there have been political parties as far back as the Greek and Roman republics.
They put people with the same opinions and theories together.
Political Parties are formed by members who represent the ideas of people across a nation and want to gain and maintain power in a government.
Federalists and Anti-Federalists were the first American political parties, formed around, respectively, their support of and opposition to the new Constitution.
thomas jefferson and alexander hamilton didnt agree on anything so they formed the parties.
The Federalist Party and the Democratic-Republican Party.
Federalist and Republicans
The Federalist and the Republican parties; each was formed over the argument for or against national supremacy.
James Madison was against factions of all kinds. Despite this, his efforts help found the first political parties in the newly-formed America.
George Washington did not belong to any political party. Parties had not yet formed when he was elected.