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Asylums - Whigs 17th-18th Century =...

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Whigs 17 th -18 th Century = Parliamentarians/opponents of the King’s prerogatives/Patriots in American Revolution U.S. 19 th century = Opponents of “King Andrew”—advocates of weak executive and strong legislatures
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Review of Second American Party System Whig Democrat organic notion of society egalitarian notion of society denied class struggle used rhetoric of class struggle accepted hierarchy equality of all white men left place for women in civic life women and blacks not part of citizenry suspected immigrants welcomed immigrants activist state negative state supported "internal improvements" opposed state involvement in promoting economic development cautious about territorial expansion avid for territorial expansion anti-Andrew Jackson party of Andrew Jackson Henry Clay, "The American Plan" Martin Van Buren, "The Bucktails" Daniel Webster James K. Polk, "Little Hickory" constituents: constituents native-born Protestants Irish and German Catholics merchants, ministers, professional small slaveholders; self-sufficient farmers
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Charles G. Finney
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