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Growth Of political Parties in the 1790s.
Opposition to the Federal party began in 1790, when Hamilton broached a project for the assumption of State debts by the central government. It grew stronger in 1791, when he proposed to establish a national bank. Jefferson, who had been the first Secretary of State, was now found at the head of a party in open opposition to the administration. This party, though adopting the name of Republicans, advocated the principles of the older Anti-Federalists, claiming that there was a scheme to subvert the State governments and establish a strong central government, and denouncing the Hamilton par…
- Growth Of political Parties in the 1790s.
- The Failure of the Gilded Age. The essays describes the main political failures of the Gilded Age of America such as: Laissez - faire government, Interstate Commerce Act of 1887,
- World War 1, 1920, a decade of great recklessness in Social Political, and economic areas of life.
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