the timeline of political parties<br />SoderiaKakoulakis, Wendy Wen, Angela Mei, Kevin Zhang, Yahui Liang<br />
Federalists<br />Time period: 1787-1788 <br />Platform: Ratify Constitution, stronger central gov’t<br />Origin: debate ov...
Anti-federalists<br />Time Period: 1789-1790<br />Started by being opposed to Federalists and the Constitution<br />Suppor...
Democratic Republicans<br />1792-1824<br />Dispute between Federalists and Anti-Federalists over the ratification of the C...
Era of good feelings<br />Only one party:  the Republicans!<br />Time period: 1817-1825<br />Decline of political bitterne...
1828 Jacksonian Democracy<br />
1828 National REpublicans<br />-Founded: 1825<br />Origin: Disputes between the government policies of Andrew Jackson and ...
1834 Whigs<br />Time period: 1834-1856<br />Origin: the whig party emerged from the reaction to the authoritarian policies...
1848 free soil party<br />Found: 1848<br />Origin: The anti-slavery members of the Whig and Democratic parties<br />Platfo...
1860 Southern and northern democrats<br />
Know Nothing party<br />Found: 1845 à originated in new york<br />Origin:  Fears the America was being over run by immigra...
Socialist Party<br />Founded: August 1, 1901<br />Origin: Socialism and Labor Disputes<br />Platform: The Socialist Party ...
Modern Republicans<br />Key People:<br />Eisenhower, Nixon, Ford, Reagan, George W Bush<br />Platform:<br />Programs to he...
Modern Democrats<br />Time period: 1932-  present<br />Origin: FDR’s New Deal<br />Platform: Big gov’t (liberal), social p...
Tea Party<br />Founded: 2009<br />Origin: a series of locally- and nationally-coordinatedprotests. The protests are partia...
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  1. 1. the timeline of political parties<br />SoderiaKakoulakis, Wendy Wen, Angela Mei, Kevin Zhang, Yahui Liang<br />
  2. 2. Federalists<br />Time period: 1787-1788 <br />Platform: Ratify Constitution, stronger central gov’t<br />Origin: debate over ratification<br />Key People: Washington, Hamilton, Franklin, Jefferson, Madison<br />Supporters: people on Atlantic coast, city dwellers<br />Decline: transformed into the Federalists/Hamiltonians <br />
  3. 3. Anti-federalists<br />Time Period: 1789-1790<br />Started by being opposed to Federalists and the Constitution<br />Support strong state governments<br />Anti-Federalists Papers<br />Opposed Constitution of 1787<br />Supporter of Articles of Confederation<br />Afraid that president may become something of a monarch<br />Farmers/Tradesmen<br />Patrick Henry/James Monroe /James Winthrop/Richard Henry Lee/Patrick Henry<br />Decline: Time<br />
  4. 4. Democratic Republicans<br />1792-1824<br />Dispute between Federalists and Anti-Federalists over the ratification of the Constitution <br />Support of strong Central Government<br />Strict interpretation of the Constitution <br />Pro-French<br />Small peacetime army and navy<br />Favor agriculture<br />No national bank<br />Opposed tariffs<br />Thomas Jefferson/James Madison <br />Skilled workers, small farmers, plantation owners<br />Decline: States rights<br />
  5. 5. Era of good feelings<br />Only one party:  the Republicans!<br />Time period: 1817-1825<br />Decline of political bitterness, lots of nationalism<br />Key People: James Monroe, Henry Clay<br />
  6. 6. 1828 Jacksonian Democracy<br />
  7. 7. 1828 National REpublicans<br />-Founded: 1825<br />Origin: Disputes between the government policies of Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams<br />Platform/key issues- American System (High tariffs, internal improvements, Bank of the United States)<br />Key people: John Quincy Adams, Henry Clay<br />Supporters: Northerners<br />Decline: The loss of the election of 1832, Henry Clay lost. Turned into the Whig party<br />
  8. 8. 1834 Whigs<br />Time period: 1834-1856<br />Origin: the whig party emerged from the reaction to the authoritarian policies of Andrew Jackson.<br />Platform/key issues: American System, Manufacturing, issue of slavery split the whig party, strong federal government.<br />Key people: Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, William Henry Harrison, Millard Fillmore,<br />Supporters: Northeast and boarder states, doctors, lawyers, merchants, ministers, bankers, storekeepers, factory owners, commercially-oriented farmers and large-scale planters<br />Decline- Slavery<br />
  9. 9. 1848 free soil party<br />Found: 1848<br />Origin: The anti-slavery members of the Whig and Democratic parties<br />Platform: Opposed the expansion of slavery into western  territories, "Free Soil, Free Speech, Free Labor, and Free Men" <br />Key Figures: Martin Van Buren, John P. Hale, Salmon P. Chase <br />Supporters: Upstate New York, Western Massachusetts, Ohio, former anti-slavery members of the Whig Party and the Democratic Party Events: Election of 1848, Election of 1852 <br />Dissolved: 1854<br />
  10. 10. 1860 Southern and northern democrats<br />
  11. 11. Know Nothing party<br />Found: 1845 à originated in new york<br />Origin: Fears the America was being over run by immigrants<br />Supporters: Protestant males of British lineage, mostly middle-class workers and farmers, nativists (against german/irish immigrants)<br />Platform: Severe limits on immigration, especially from Catholic countries.<br />Restricting political office to native-born Americans of English and/or Scottish lineage and Protestant persuasion.<br />Restricting public school teacher positions to Protestants.<br />Mandating daily Bible readings in public schools.<br />Restricting the use of languages other than English.<br />Key Figures: Millard Fillimore, Andrew Jackson Donelson<br />Events: Election of 56, Louisville Riot<br />
  12. 12. Socialist Party<br />Founded: August 1, 1901<br />Origin: Socialism and Labor Disputes<br />Platform: The Socialist Party stands for the abolition of every form of domination and exploitation, whether based on social class, gender, race/ethnicity, age, education, sexual orientation, or other characteristics.<br />Key people: Eugene V.. Debs, Victor Berger, Meyer London, Alfred Wagenknecht, and Morris Hillquit<br />Supporters: Trade Unions, Progressives, social reformers, populist, and immigrants<br />Dissolved: December 31. 1972, succeeded by Socialist Party USA<br />
  13. 13. Modern Republicans<br />Key People:<br />Eisenhower, Nixon, Ford, Reagan, George W Bush<br />Platform:<br />Programs to help the poor and aged, Supply-side economics, Oppose abortion, Against gay rights<br />Time Period:<br />1952 – present<br />Origin:<br />Eisenhower favored a more moderate course<br />Preserve individual freedom and market economy yet insure that gov’t would provide necessary assistance to workers who had lost their jobs or to senior citizens<br />Supporters:<br />Industries<br />High-income voters<br />Conservatives and moderates<br />
  14. 14. Modern Democrats<br />Time period: 1932-  present<br />Origin: FDR’s New Deal<br />Platform: Big gov’t (liberal), social progressivism<br />Key People: FDR, Clinton, Obama<br />Supporters: professionals, youth, labor unions, working class, gays and lesbians, African Americans, women<br />
  15. 15. Tea Party<br />Founded: 2009<br />Origin: a series of locally- and nationally-coordinatedprotests. The protests are partially in response to several Federal laws: the Emergency Ecomonic Stabilization Act the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act  and the 2009-2010 Healthcare Reform Bill.<br />Platform: The Contract from America is a political agenda of the Tea Party movement which was proposed on April 15, 2010 at the Washington Monument in Washington D.C. The introduction states that it is based on the principles of individual liberty, limited government and economic freedom.<br />Key people: Dick Armey, Sarah Palin, <br />Supporters: Republicans, Conservatives, <br />Decline<br />

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