1. Assess The Difference Between The Federalist And Democratic-Republicans

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The two political parties emerged during George Washington's presidency were the Federalists and the Democratic-Republicans, or in other words, the Anti-Federalists. The main leaders of the Federalists were Hamilton and Washington and the main leaders of the Democratic-Republicans were Jefferson and Madison. The main difference between the two political parties was that the Federalist wanted a strong central government, whereas the Democratic-Republicans wanted a leader, such as Jefferson, that supported state rights. It is apparent that the Federalists wanted a central government, due to the fact that, the two political parties were in confrontation about creation of the new federal government. However, the Democratic-Republicans wanted the

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