Essays Tagged: "Democratic Republicans"

The Democratic-Republicans.

eliefs and surrounded themselves around a man named Thomas Jefferson and called their new party the Democratic-Republicans. The start of this rebellion has lasted until now and has had a great impact ... ellion has lasted until now and has had a great impact throughout America.The central person in the democratic-Republican Party was Thomas Jefferson. Thomas Jefferson was born on April 14th 1743 in hi ...

(6 pages) 113 0 5.0 May/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

The essay is about the Alien and Sedition Acts.

, including the President, would be subject to a heavy fine and/or imprisonment. Albert Gallatin, a Democratic-Republican congressman from Pennsylvania, said that if you put the press under a restrain ... people supported the Alien Acts, even thought they were hardly ever enforced. Edward Livingston, a Democratic-Republican congressman from New York, said that the President had the authority to make t ...

(4 pages) 67 0 3.0 Oct/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

America and the struggle with Britian

ss. Taking away maritime rights would be like taking away peoples natural rights.John C. Calhoun, a Democratic-Republican member and also a congressman once asked the question, "what shall we do, aban ... and the Commercial states. In fact, every single Federalist in congress voted against the war. The Democratic-Republicans had many more votes in congress, however, out of a possible 120 votes, 22 did ...

(2 pages) 41 2 3.8 Mar/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers

Contrasting Views of Jefferson and Hamilton about the National Bank

a for twenty years.The supporters of Jefferson and Hamilton formed the first political parties, the Democratic-Republicans and Federalists, respectively. The different views also represented the views ...

(2 pages) 63 0 5.0 Apr/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History > North American Presidents

Second-party system in the 1800s

e Federalist party was no longer a national party and the only national party that remained was the Democratic Republicans. The Democratic-Republicans diverged into two different parties, the Democrat ... Anti-Jackson party formed, or in this case the Whig party.For a time there was only one party, the Democratic-Republicans, and this party was to represent everyone. However, with nation spilt with di ...

(3 pages) 63 0 4.0 Apr/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

American Politics in the 1790s

eals, the revolution in France soon became bloody. The Federalists opposed the revolution while the Democratic-Republicans still supported France, mainly because it was fighting the British and saw it ... of the law against the Federalists. These acts were aimed at stifling the views and support of the Democratic-Republicans by threatening imprisonment and fines to people who spoke out against the Fed ...

(4 pages) 26 0 0.0 Dec/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

Political parties were the result of domestic and foreign affairs that helped shape and build a foundation for American politics in the 1790's.

fs were being made. These financial issues greatly separated people into two political parties, the democratic republicans led by Thomas Jefferson and the federalists led by Alexander Hamilton. The Fe ... nd taxes mostly because they were rich and involved in businesses. I think that because most of the democratic republicans were farmers and average in the social class that impacted those peoples to b ...

(1 pages) 27 0 3.8 Jan/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers

Did the Constitution intend for a multi-party political system, or did this system simply become prevalent in America on its own?

id not specify or recommend a number of political parties for government. They were counting on the democratic election system to assure that all people were fairly represented in Congress. However, b ... wo main parties had emerged--the Federalists, who supported a powerful national government, and the Democratic Republicans, who favored states' rights. The two original parties served to balance each ...

(4 pages) 35 1 5.0 Mar/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

Political parties IN THE UNITED STATES

eft office. The Federalists won the first contested election (1796). They were soon defeated by the Democratic-Republicans, the forerunner of the Democratic Party--the oldest political party in the wo ... litical contest was between Hamilton 's Federalists representing the northern elite and Jefferson's Democratic-Republicans representing agrarian and backwoods interests. The Federalists soon lost out ...

(8 pages) 120 0 3.0 Mar/2005

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Political Science

Spoils System.

poils system was inaugurated with the development of two political parties, the Federalists and the Democratic Republicans, and was used by the earliest Presidents, particularly Thomas Jefferson. The ...

(1 pages) 468 0 0.0 Nov/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

Comparison between Jefferson and Hamilton

sed to a government, where local governments would reign supreme. Jeffersonians, later known as the Democratic Republicans, favored an agrarian society, where the yeoman farmer would have his voice he ... eaned toward a neutral attitude toward the French, and later on support of the British, whereas the Democratic Republicans leaned toward a more passionate attitude in support of the French. Vicious de ...

(5 pages) 66 0 5.0 Mar/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

The development of political parties between 1790-1810: Why did the first parties arise? Who were their leaders? What impact did the parties have on America.

the Anti-Federalists, but almost all of its members joined up with Thomas Jefferson and became the Democratic Republican Party.The differences in opinions that made the people split into two separate ... a strong federal government. They supported having one central leader to run the whole country.The Democratic Republicans were like the opposite side of the coin compared to the Federalists, starting ...

(4 pages) 48 0 2.5 Jul/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

The election of 1800

ge in the American government known as The Revolution of 1800. The Federalists were replaced by the Democratic-Republicans in both branches-the executive and legislative. This event was accomplished p ... r to support their conviction that the Constitution should be interpreted loosely. In contrast, the Democratic-Republicans, whose leaders were Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, thought that a centra ...

(3 pages) 27 0 0.0 Mar/2007

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History > North American Presidents

French Revolution

nfluenced American foreign policy. The French Revolution sparked hostility between the Jeffersonian Democratic-Republicans and the Hamiltonian Federalists. The Revolution was in fact a world revolutio ... ch defend the West Indies, and the Jeffersonians and the Hamiltonians supported opposite views. The Democratic-Republicans supported the alliance, even though they were cautious about the defense of t ...

(2 pages) 16 0 0.0 Mar/2001

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

Alien And Sedition Acts

ts, and the anti-federalists didn't agree to this new idea of government. Albert Gallatin, a Democratic-Republican, made a speech in the House of Representatives on the proposed Sedition Act. H ...

(2 pages) 21 0 5.0 Sep/2001

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

Jefferson's Presidency

efferson opposed to Hamilton which began a political emergence of political parties (Federalist and Democratic Republicans). After the emergence, Adams became president, leading to the Judiciary Act. ...

(1 pages) 5 0 3.0 Feb/2002

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

DBQ: Growth Of Political Parties

quite different. At first, politicians tried to stay away from political parties, but by creating a democratic government, a political party system could not be avoided. The two recognized parties wer ... a compromise, each party would continue to try and impose their beliefs on the American people. The Democratic-Republicans appealed more to the common man, whereas the Federalists favored wealthy aris ...

(3 pages) 42 0 3.0 Feb/2002

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History