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Political Parties & Abolitionist Movement. By: Alexander Gooden, Bennie Muldrew, J aquan Hickman, Curtlan D avis. Democratic Republicans. People involved. Details. Thomas Jefferson James Madison.

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political parties abolitionist movement

Political Parties&Abolitionist Movement

By:

Alexander Gooden, Bennie Muldrew, Jaquan Hickman,

Curtlan Davis

democratic republicans
Democratic Republicans

People involved

Details

  • Thomas Jefferson
  • James Madison
  • It stood in opposition to the federalist party & controlled the presidency & congress & most states from 1801 to 1824 during first party system they is part of the political parties
whigs party
Whigs party

Involved

  • The name came into use in the 1860, in England where there was the threat of establishment of Catholic kings with James the 2nd
  • Andrew Jackson
federalist party
Federalist Party

People involved

Importance

  • Aaron Burr
  • Samuel Chase
  • George Clinton
  • Jonathan Edwards
  • It believed in strong national government
  • They wanted higher tariff
abolitionist movement
Abolitionist Movement

People involved

How it is important today

  • Fredrick Douglass
  • Harriet Tubman
  • Harriet Stowe
  • John Brown
  • Child and adult slavery are forced labor are illegal in most countries
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