2-22-06 Hist105

2-22-06 Hist105 - Presidents F Federalist (DR democratic...

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Presidents – F Federalist (DR democratic republican) o George Washington 89-97 o John Adams (F) 97-01 o Thomas Jefferson (DR) 01-09 o James Madison (DR) 09-17 o James Monroe (DR) 17-25 o John Quincy Adams (DR) 24-29 o Andrew Jackson (Democratic Party) 29-37 Continuity in political parties o Two political parties emerge by 1800 Federalists (inspired by Alexander Hamilton) and Democratic-republican (inspired by Thomas Jefferson/James Madison o The tenants of these two early parties remain the divisive issues in politics to this day. o Does the gov take an activist role (as Hamilton espoused) or a limited role in the economy and society (as Jefferson first advocated) Federalist party expires o The DR party emerges as the triumphant party o By Andrew Jackson’s presidency, they evolkve as the Democratic party o Federalist party dwindles/ No Strong opposition party emerges until whig party forms to oppose Andrew Jackson. The Great Fear
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2008 for the course HIST 105 taught by Professor Hatfield during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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2-22-06 Hist105 - Presidents F Federalist (DR democratic...

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