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Did the Constitution intend for a multi-party political system, or did this system simply become prevalent in America on its own?
The writers of the American Constitution did not specify or recommend a number of political parties for government. They were counting on the democratic election system to assure that all people were fairly represented in Congress. However, by 1790 two main parties had emerged--the Federalists, who supported a powerful national government, and the Democratic Republicans, who favored states' rights. The two original parties served to balance each other and helped keep the government from sliding to either extreme Federalism or extreme Republicanism. In this fashion, multiple political p…
- Did the Constitution intend for a multi-party political system, or did this system simply become prevalent in America on its own?
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