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Pop Quiz. What was the name for Washington’s group of advisors and what were the names of the offices ? What were the three parts of Alexander Hamilton’s financial plan? Which part of the Constitution supported the loose interpretation? Which part supported the strict interpretation?.

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pop quiz
Pop Quiz
  • What was the name for Washington’s group of advisors and what were the names of the offices?
  • What were the three parts of Alexander Hamilton’s financial plan?
  • Which part of the Constitution supported the loose interpretation?
  • Which part supported the strict interpretation?
what is the purpose for political parties
What is the purpose for political parties?
  • What are the differences between Democrats and Republicans today?
  • What were some of the divisive issues of last year’s election?
how did our forefathers feel about political parties
How did our forefathers feel about political parties?

“Among the numerous advantages of a well constructed union, none deserves to be more accurately developed than its tendency to break and control the violence of a faction!”

“Factions will destroy the best fabric of human government and happiness!”

two new parties
Two New Parties
  • Two new parties emerged
    • Republicans-Led by Thomas Jefferson
    • Federalists-Led by Alexander Hamilton
    • Use the following quotes to decide where they stand on the issues!
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All communities divide themselves into the few and the many. The first are the rich and well born, the other the mass of the people.... The people are turbulent and changing; they seldom judge or determine right. Give therefore to the first class a distinct, permanent share in the government. They will check the unsteadiness of the second, and as they cannot receive any advantage by change, they therefore will ever maintain good government.

    • Alexander Hamilton
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John Adams is an avowed Monarchist....Thomas Jefferson first drew the declaration of American independence;--he first framed the sacred political sentence that all men are born equal. John Adams says this is all a false and a falsehood; that some men should be born Kings, and some should be born Nobles....Will you, by your votes, contribute to make the avowed friend of monarchy President?--or will you, by neglectfully staying at home, permit others to saddle you with Political Slavery?

1796 Jeffersonian election statement

the election process 1796
The Election Process 1796
  • A nominating convention is held by both parties
  • Both parties then nominate candidates for president
  • There is then a popular election (however, only 7 states held one at this time)
  • The electoral college then votes: each elector gets two votes
    • States have the same number of electors as they do Representatives in Congress
  • The presidential nominee with the most votes becomes president, with the second most votes becomes vice president
our election process
Our Election Process
  • Nominating conventions (Political parties get together)
  • Each person gives speech in convention and 3 candidates are picked from each party
  • The candidates then give their speech to the entire class
  • The class will act like the electoral collage (each group representing a state)
  • Each elector casts 2 votes
the candidates
The Candidates

Federalist Candidates

Republican Candidates