Hamilton Political Party Project :)

Hamilton Political Party Project :)

Published on 9 June 2022

Political Party Project for U.S. History Class. :)

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Transcript
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Hamilton Politcal Party Project
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I chose to talk about Alexander Hamilton. His political party is the federalist party.
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The federlist party wanted to establish a strong central government. They created checks and balances, seperated powers, pluralism, a nd representation. They also encouraged centraliaztion, modernization, industrialization, and protectionsim.
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Washington chose both Hamilton, and Jefferson to be his advisors because of their difference of opion.
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Washington did not want political parties in the United States of America   because he was afraid that the political parties would split and divide the people and the nation
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The Federalist Party is similar to the democrats political party of today because they both promoted modernization and checks and balances.
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The original political parties of the United States of America, helped to create our nation as it is now, becaue they helped with voting for who represents what  you want for your country and what effects you. It also helps with how certian people act and where they live. They also set up "templates" for how political parties are run today and how they go.
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Political parties create and add to division. For example the Civil War was a time were Americans fought agianst each other for their beliefs. The Republicans of back then wanted to have slave free states, and the Democrats of back then wanted slaves. This caused th country to split up between the North and the South
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Another example of political parties dividing our country is the Storming of the Capitol. Usually in first world counties people dont attack their own capitol. A certian political party broke into the Capitol building of the United States. This was a very scary time that divided our country and our people even more.
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The last example is of the Civil Rights movement. This is very similar to the first example which was the Civil War. The Civil Rights movement was all for unity and uniting all different kinds of people, which is an amazing thing, but the opposing side who saw it as a bad thing was what was splitting our nation because they didn't want to be united or come together. 
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