The Political Parties In The United States

The United States was the first nation to have had organized parties. The Democrat party goes back almost to the origins of the American nation.
In 1791, Jefferson and Madison went to New York to meet the anti-federalists grouped around governor George Clinton and the Tammany Club. Jefferson and Madison took advantage of the group's frustrations who saw all the functions conceded to their federalist opponents reunited around the Schuyler-Hamilton. The foundations of the jefferson republican party (future Democrat party) were set. The party's adherence to the centralizing approach made it become the dominant party.
Internal divisions separated the party in 1824, forming the Democratic ...

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of the parties that are existing today. The Republican party was the party of the anti-slavery North and the Midwest and the Democrat party was the party of the South and of the ethnical minorities.

Nowadays, we can summarize the difference between the two parties as the distinction between the rich and the poor. Generally, those with low revenues, the working class or the lower strata of the middle class have a tendency to vote for the democratic party. Globally, Democrats tend to defend a little more the underprivileged citizens.


Republicans generally come from the middle class and especially form the upper class of the social scale; more precisely in from the business world. The Republicans openly support the improvement of the lot of the more privileged. They are generally more horrified by a large federal deficit than the Democrats and are more in favor for a market economy without an intervention by the State. They also support a policy of ...

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