Federalist Party Assignment

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AAS Political Science Unit 4 Assignment The Federalist Party Led by John Adams , Alexander hamilton, and john Marshall. Formed from the group that fought for a stronger Federal government before the ratification of the constitution. • Our first 2 president George Washington and John Adams were Federalists • Associated mostly with the rich and fought for industry rather than farming • Had a stronger alliance with Britain over France • Were is favor of a more central government than individual states The party split during the War of 1812. The Federalists and the anti-Federalist are now as we have come to know as Democrat and Republican, after the ratification of the “New Constitution” The Federalist were known for the writing of the “Federalist…show more content…
• Healthcare providers should be able to order if “deemed fit” • They should be allowed to grow it for the own use • That all seized cannabis be returned to the rightful owner • Not to be treated like 2nd class citizens with their claim that marijuana was safer that alcohol and tobacco Times the are changing. I guess they had to start somewhere. I must say I am glad that as each state is legalizing marijuana, there are clear and concise rules to the game, and not the haphazard rambling of the mission statement. I do believe that in the right hands of pharmacist and physicians the medical necessity can be found and those that are in need will be able to get it. The American Party Founded in New York by a group of radically loyal people of America and its citizens in 1843. They were known as the American Republican party in 1845 and in 1855, renamed themselves the American…show more content…
When asked a question, there answer was “I know nothing”. Members were then called the “Know Nothings” Kentucky had approximately 50,000 followers in 1855, of which some were former Whigs, and they feared a large amount of immigrates from Germany and Ireland would upset the Compromise of 1850 and the possibility of another civil war. Modern transformation began in 1969 with representation in 49 states and D.C., and were responsible for getting George Wallace on the Alabama state ballot. The split of the party may have occurred around 1973. Currently, the American party toys around with the ideals of measured immigration by legal means. I think we are seeing this happen right now in a sense. When you look at how borders are more difficult to cross, or what some people are willing to do to get in this country and what this country is willing to do to keep them
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