Essay heading: Early Political Parties

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Congress having to vote instead of just passing the law is an example of the strict views that was generally a characteristic held by a Republican. The early political parties of the United States were characterized by what view they had of the constitution. The generalization of Jeffersonian Republicans was that they interpreted the constitution strictly, whereas the Federalists had more of loose interpretation...
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The generalization of Jeffersonian Republicans was that they interpreted the constitution strictly, whereas the Federalists had more of loose interpretation. There were times where member of each parties compromised their beliefs in order to better the country, The Louisiana Purchase, the Military draft, and a proposition for two thirds of Congress's vote in order to declare war...
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