Federalist Era Essays


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The Second War for American Independence: War of 1812

America was changed because it became less dependent on Europe economically, American politics moved toward a new era, and America had more diplomatic respect from other countries. American politics were changed because America moved towards a different era.


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Federalist Party Achievements And Shortcomings

Examining the Federalist Party’s Achievements and Shortcomings The Federalist Party, despite its many shortcomings and its callow attitude towards the people actually managed to accomplish quite a bit while in power in the early days of America. Yet the Federalist Party ” despite stabilizing the economy, securing the power of the federal government,...


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Jefferson vs. Hamilton Essay

The Civil War ended the era of dominance of the Democrats, and marshaled in a new Republican era. Finding the distance separating their visualizations only growing, Hamilton created the Federalist Party and Jefferson developed the Republican Party, it was later called the Democratic-Republican Party.


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Era of good Feelings Essay

There existed nationalism during “The Era of Good Feelings”. Underneath this surface of the “Era of good feelings” there was a serious problem: regionalism or also known as sectionalism.


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Federalists nor Anti-federalists Essay

The plan of a successful nation would have remained a thought, if the Anti-Federalists would have succeeded. The Federalist Papers went further than protecting the status quo; it wanted and searched for support for a radical form of government, which was unfamiliar in world history and thus a new revolution took place.


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History of political parties in the United States Essay

In 1815, the Federalist Party collapsed while the Republican Party split into different factions. The Republicans, who were anti federalist, on the other hand promoted social pluralism and supported commercial policies that promoted an economy dominated by agriculture (Boyer, Para 1).


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The federalist Essay

” Madison when writing Federalist No. ” Articles of Confederation If the Articles of Confederation would not have failed then there would have been no Constitution and surely no Federalist Papers.


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Development Of The Two Party System

Berkeley: University of California, 1969. In fact the fervent Federalist, John Jay was fond of sneering.


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President’s George Washington and John Adams

The anti-federalist wanted Washington to send military aid to the citizens and the federalist wanted Washington to send aid to the government of France. Washington was being pressured by the opposite political parties of the federalist and the anti-federalist.


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DBQ Federalists and Democratic-Republicans Essay

One document that might suggest that Federalists were not all so supportive of the federal government over the states was the speech that Federalist Daniel Webster delivered before Congress on december 9th 1814. This quote is loaded with sentiments normally expected from a Democratic Republican rather than a Federalist.


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Anti-Federalists and Term Limits Essay

Nearly 150 years after the Anti-Federalist papers, Franklin Roosevelt’s (FDR) presidency saw a different era in American History. The Anti-Federalist response (unlike the Federalist) was not coordinated, but was effective in voicing valid concerns about the formation of our government.


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Two Party System DBQ Essay

Succeeding the election of 1816, the Federalist Party virtually ceased to exist, giving the Democrat-Republicans a chance to cultivate the United States in its own perspective. The Federalist Party transformed from being an organization that held immense theories and a loose meaning of the Constitution to one that embraced a more strict interpretati...


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The Era of Good Feelings Essay

The Era come to an end because the presidential ambitions of John Calhoun who is the secretary of war, William H. Crawford who is the secretary of the treasury and John Quincy Adams who is the secretary of state that are members of the President’s Cabinet. The term ¡§the Era of Good Feeling¡¨ was first posted in a Boston newspaper, which impressed, ...


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History and Philosophy Essay

” Madison when writing Federalist No. Hamilton harshly attacked the Articles of Confederation when he stated in Federalist No.


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Communist Party Essay

He is not a social theorist or philosopher, much less a historian, yet the scope of his work seems to demand these backgrounds. There is nothing in the book itself that is specifically original, and these ideas have been regular currency in conservative circles since the New Deal.


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The mass media as an institution Essay

During the Federalist and Republican era newspapers were circulated throughout the elite. However the media will continually persist to favor the side of an issue in which they believe or even benefit.


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The Role of Federal Government Throughout History

In Chapter 7 of the text titled “The American Revolution”, it states “During the revolutionary era, most Americans identified politically and socially with their local communities rather than with the American nation. By the 1830s… the political struggles of the Jackson era… created the basic pattern of American politics: two major parties… That pat...


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Jeffersonian Republicans and Federalists

In a speech to the House of Representatives John Randolph implied that Madison had given up all of his republican ideals and motives to emulate a more federalist point of view. In the election of Thomas Jefferson, the world was about to experience a new era of national and political authority.


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Major Functions Of Political Parties

A party era refers to the period between two elections, during which two parties are assessed with regard to how powerful they are comparative to each other; that is actually a span of time during which there is one dominant majority party that gains victory in all elections. This is from where the expression ‘Party Era’ comes from.


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History of the American Constitution

A Different Kind of Revolution | From Confederation to Constitution | Federalist Timeline . The has spawned a vast amount of literature, as it created the first new nation-state of the modern era.


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Components of American Economic Growth between 1820-1860 Essay

“Economic Transformations in the Northeast and the Old Northwest. The Americans in this era were simply thinking differently.


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Development of the Administrative Structure

He was also one of the first person who attempted to divide the politics from the administration, although it was done only in the case of federalist appointees. Hamilton look at America as a growing county that had a huge potential, if it embraced the federalist approach whereas Jefferson viewed America as the people it constituted and wanted to fo...


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Thomas Jefferson

With his accession, the era of aristocrats was over and a new era of Democrats set in. In an era of hostility and resentment against colonialism, this committee stood for a dissident group of political activist that worked to resist British colonial rule.


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Discuss Nationalism in the ERa of Good Feelings Essay

The nationalism brought about by the Era of Good feelings helped the United States get on track to becoming what it is today. Nationalism, not sectionalism, was the driving force during the era of good feelings.


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Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists

The Articles of Confederation were then replaced with the United States Constitution after it had been ratified by the remaining states. They disagreed with the Federalist idea of a strong central government.


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Federalist vs. Anti-Federalist

I agree with a quote from Federalist James Madison that states “ambition must be made to counteract ambition”. Madison’s idea of government as a reflection of human nature is described in Federalist Papers.


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Kentucky Virginia Resolutions

The Federalist position had been prominent in politics during the very early years of the nation, through Federalist presidents George Washington and John Adams. This increase in support was very effective in providing more opposition to the Federalist Party and giving more power to the Democratic-Republicans in the upcoming election of 1800, in whi...


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The anti-Federalists Essay

In the fight between Federalists and anti-Federalists propaganda played a large role on both sides. It first started in speeches and local newspapers when three Federalists wrote in to share their opinions.


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Analyzing The Arguments For And Against Federalism Politics Essay

A clearer, more in-depth Bill of Rights would definitely provide for more protection from government, but overall the complete liberties of our nation leave little room for complaint. But although the Federalists won, the vestiges of those in opposition to our Constitution reside in our Bill of Rights, however a shadow of the Anti-Federalists’ wishe...


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Stand Your Ground Law Debate “Cons” Essay

(Montesquieu) c. The branches need some limited power of the other branches to protect themselves from encroachment of the other branches (Federalist 51) A. The Federalist said the maxim of complete separation of powers is misunderstood.


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