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political parties

Federalist Party started by Alexander Hamilton and John Adams, believed in strong national government, higher tariffs, government support of industry
Anti-Federalist Started by Thomas Jefferson, James Madison believed in strong state governments, low tariffs, government supported by agriculture (farming)
Democratic-Republicans Anti-Federalists took this new name, strong state government, low tariffs, government support of agriculture, started by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison
Democratic Paarty Came about due to a split in the Democratic-Republican Party during the election of Andrew Jackson in 1828; modern Democratic Party started here
Whig Party Group opposed to Jackson's policies, supported states' rights, and Henry Clay's American System; Leaders were Daniel Webster and Henry Clay
Republican Party Modern Republican Party formed before the Civil War as an anti-slavery party; Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican President; Republicans controlled the government during this time period
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