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These disputes would soon foreshadow the problems between the North and South, as well as the beginnings of political parties in America. This split between two people’s opinion led the development of sides, the Federalists and the Democratic-Republicans, or just simply the Republicans. Alexander Hamilton led the former, while Jefferson headed the latter. The two soon had their own ideas about how to solve the problems the nation faced. The Republicans believed that political power should go to the people.
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