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  • Opposing views
  • Political parties emerge
  • Views of the constitution
  • By 1796, Americans began to take opposing sides on issues.Two political parties emerged from the debates.
  • The people's roles
  • Two political parties emerged Federalists and Republican and federalist meant that people supported policies of Washington.
  • The election of 1796
  • One difference between federalists and republicans was the basis of the government, the federal government had implied powers.
  • President John Adams
  • The differences between federalists and republicans went deeper then disagreements about the constitution.The parties also disagreed about the role of ordinary citizens in government.
  • In the presidential election of 1796, candidates sought office for the first time members of rival political parties. In order to prepare the had caucuses
  • During his administration, President John Adams faced a dispute with France and the issues of states' right at home.
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