The Election of 1796 and the Start of Political Parties

The Election of 1796 and the Start of Political Parties

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  • At the end of the 1700's, America has been divided politically by two parties with opposing views and leaders.
  • I think that Thomas Jefferson is a lot better! 
  • Clearly, Alexander Hamilton is the superior person!
  • This is Alexander Hamilton.
  • I lead the Federalist Party. The other most notable member is John Adams.
  • I lead the Democratic-Republican Party with my friend, James Madison.
  • This is Thomas Jefferson.
  • The two parties have very different views.
  • I think that there should be a strong central government, and that it is best for us to make amends with the British. I am against supporting the French Revolution.
  • These are the Federalist Party's.
  • These are the Democratic-Republican's.
  • I fear that a strong central government will lead to the suppression of the people. I hate the British and fully want to support the French Revolution.
  • The Election of 1796 has happened.
  • Adams, you are the president. Jefferson, you are the vice president.
  • John Adams won with 71 electoral votes! Thomas Jefferson, you are second, with 68.
  • The president and vice president are from different parties.
  • This is not a good idea.
  • The last thing America's government needs is to be fighting itself. Someone will have to find a solution.
  • There is going to be a lot of arguing and fighting.
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