Election of 1796

Election of 1796
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  • No more weak government. Vote for the federalists  
  • The federalists want a strong government ruled by wealthy men. Liberty would be safe with ordinary people. Vote  Democratic-Republican
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • The two major parties were the federalists and the republicans. The two major leaders of each party was Jefferson and Madison for the republicans and Hamilton and Adams for the Federalists  
  • Alexander Hamilton
  • John Adams
  • James Madison
  • Alexander Hamilton and John Adams ,two federalist leaders
  • The Federalists was a party that believed in a national bank and good relations with Great Britain
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  • The Democratic-Republicans where the opposite of the federalists. They believed in a strict interpretation of the constitution and wanted ordinary people to participate in the Government.
  • Did you hear the news? John Adams won presidency by getting 71 votes and Jefferson got second place getting 68 votes.
  • Great Scott, this means that Jefferson will be John Adams vice president. This will not be good
  • You are making a big mistake. France is our ally
  • Likewise see you in the next election
  • Thomas, I am asking the congress to go to war with France
  • I hate you. You're the worst vice president ever.
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