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2nd Party System 2nd Party System Presentation Transcript

  • The Second Party System: Whigs and Democrats
  • First Party System
    • Hamiltonians and Jeffersonians
    • Hamilton’s Financial Plan
  • Second Party System– 1828 to 1854
    • DEVELOPMENT
    • Decline of the federalists
  • Presidential Party Affiliations
    • Washington– Federalist (unofficially)
    • Adams– Federalist
    • Jefferson– Anti-federalist
    • Madison– Anti-federalist
    • Monroe– Anti-Federalist
    • John Q. Adams– Anti-federalist
  • Second Party System– 1828 to 1854
    • DEVELOPMENT
    • Decline of the federalists
    • Panic of 1819
    • Slavery
  • Beliefs
    • Whigs
    • Aristocratic
    • No Universal White Male Suffrage
    • American System
    • Anti-slavery
    • Federal government over states rights
    • Democrats
    • Common Man
    • Universal White Male Suffrage
    • Anti-American System
    • Many pro-slavery members
    • States rights over federal government
  • Second Party System
    • Whigs
    • Leaders of party included Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, and William Seward
    Clay Webster
  • Second Party System
    • Democrats
    • Leaders included Presidents Jackson and Van Buren
    • Also Lewis Cass (popular sovereignty), Stephen Douglas (Lincoln debates), and James Polk
  • Later Parties…
    • 3 rd Party System 1854
    • 4 th Party System 1896
    • 5 th Party System 1930s
  • The End