Lecture 17

Lecture 17 - Alexander Hamilton Clip American Heritage...

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Alexander Hamilton Clip
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American Heritage October 26, 2011
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October 26, 2011 Essay #4 Workshop (Thesis & Outline) are due at the beginning of labs on Oct. 27 th or 28 th You should bring three copies of a one-page document that clearly states your thesis and gives an outline of your planned argument. You will give one copy of this document to your TA. The other copies will be shared with up to two of your fellow students in the lab. Failure to do so will mean a significant penalty in your participation grade. COMING SOON Midterm #2: November 8th -11th in the Testing Center
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Objectives Understand the reasons for political disagreement during the early period of the republic. Identify how these disagreements become institutionalized in two political parties. List the advantages of a two-party system in a republic.
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Political Parties
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Political Parties “Political parties created modern democracy and modern democracy is unthinkable save in terms of the parties.” ~ E.E. Schattschneider
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Where do parties come from?
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Where do parties come from? Differences in political ideals and goals The need to organize and win in politics
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Hamilton v. Jefferson Pivotal disagreement between two giants with different visions for the country. U.S. politics then and today revolves around their argument It is the beginning of political dialogue in the U.S. Shaped precedents that would flesh out Constitution with tradition and practice The feud helps to determine the qualities of American identity.
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Jefferson’s “Republican Vision” Importance of state level politics
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2011 for the course AHTG 105 taught by Professor Kellypaterson during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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