Federalists Vs. Republicans

Federalists Vs. Republicans

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Chapter 9 Section 3: Why did political parties arise? Political Parties Federalists vs. Republicans Values and Beliefs of Different Parties Thomas Jefferson Alexander Hamilton

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  • Thomas Jefferson
  • We must help France in their time of need!
  • Federalists vs. Republicans
  • I don't think we should get involved.
  • Alexander Hamilton
  • Republicans •Hate Tariffs •Don’t Believe In National Bank •States Rights •Emphasis On Agriculture •Strict Interpretation Of The Constitution •Pro-French •People Should Have Political Power •Led By Jefferson
  • In the 1790's, there were two political parties, the Federalists, and the Republicans. Thomas Jefferson, a Republican, and Alexander Hamilton, a Federalist. Unfortunately, they never liked each other due to many differences on views of government.
  • Thomas Jefferson was the leader of the Republicans, at the time also the ambassador to France, when the French Revolution started, he insisted to Washington and his Cabinet that the United States must help France.
  • Federalists •Led By Hamilton •Wealthy and Education Should Lead Nation •Emphasis on Manufacturing, Industry •Pro Tariffs •Pro National Bank •Pro Britain •Loose interpretation of Constitution •Strong Central Government
  • Here is a list of what Jefferson and his fellow Republicans believed in during the 1790s.
  • Alexander Hamilton though, a Federalist, said that the United States should not get involved in the French Revolution. He believed the US was a young country with a weak and small army and that we should stay neutral.
  • Here is a list of what Hamilton and his fellow Federalists believed in during the 1790s.
  • Soon new political parties arose from Federalists and Republicans. There are the Democrats, the Green Party, the Libertarians, the Tea Party, and the Independent Party. Recently Donald Trump, a Republican, and Hillary Clinton, a Democrat, put a huge wall in between those 2 major Parties when running for the office of POTUS. Trump won the election, but has separated the Democrats and the Republicans by far.
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