Project 2

Project 2

Published on 9 June 2022
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Transcript
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Democratic-republicans part 2
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period 4 rory jones
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modern democratic-republican views: Similarities
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share many conservative views with modern republicans
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advocate for smaller fed. government
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more opposed to taxes
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interpret the constitution strictly as written
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modern democratic-republican views: differences
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under president Jefferson, the size of the armed forces was greatly reduced
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The democratic-republicans were more involved in foreign affairs than modern republicans
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* ex: the french revolution
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federalist views under Washington led to policy of neutrality 
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how did the original parties help create our modern nation?
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parties were founded after differing opinions on the constitution
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thoughts of a larger, more liberal government led to the federalist party
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those who supported conservative principles of government joined the democratic- republicans
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how political parties polarize our nation
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They create political alliances, separating the nation on perspective of ideas
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They can create chaos in government, delaying action
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parties can make members value party unity over national unity
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three examples of how political parties increase division
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the civil war: based on differing beliefs of states rights
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Hamilton's monetary policies: federalists  supported the fed. gov's action, while democratic- republicans opposed it
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The Vietnam war:  younger democrats rejected the war older conservatives thought the protests were un- patriotic