Response 2 - Prof. Mayo-bobee His 391E 10/16/07 Election...

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Prof. Mayo-bobee His 391E 10/16/07 Election Results of 1796 and 1800 With the emergence of contesting political parties within the fledgling United States, so too came the emergence of hotly contested political elections. The elections of 1796 and 1800 clearly show what the surfacing of party battles would entail. One issue of the elections of 1796 and 1800 was the geopolitical landscape. The Democratic-Republicans secured the vote of the southern and western portions of the United States. The Federalists, representing the businessmen and industrials of the sea coast, secured more of the northern states and several coastal states. Each regional area felt the need to vote for representatives that would secure rights for the divided society. Democratic-Republicans would make sure the agrarian based economies stayed strong, while the Federalists would make sure the bustling businessmen of the northern and coastal regions remained rich. Following his success in the 1796 campaign, Adams ran for a second term in
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Response 2 - Prof. Mayo-bobee His 391E 10/16/07 Election...

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