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In the Beginning Firestorm of 1800 The Banker v. The Farmer The Donkey v. The Elephant It’s My Party Political Party Trivia $200 $400 $600 $800 $200 $400 $600 $800 $200 $400 $600 $800 $200 $400 $600 $800 $200 $400 $600 $800 $200 $400 $600 $800
Although I served two terms as president, I never supported a political party. In fact, in my farewell address, I warned against them.
Who was George Washington?
In 1796, I was the first person elected president as a Federalist.
Who was John Adams?
I was the Democratic- Republican candidate in 1796 that lost the election, thus becoming Vice- President.
Who was Thomas Jefferson?
As a result of the election of 1800, this amendment was passed to prevent the election of a president and vice-president from different political parties.
What was the 12th Amendment?
More famous for killing Alexander Hamilton in a duel, this man tied Jefferson in the Electoral College
Who was Aaron Burr?
The body that decided the presidential election of 1800 because of a tie in the Electoral College
What was the House of Representatives?
President Adams appointed this man as Chief Justice of the United States in an attempt to keep the judicial branch under Federalist control.
Who was John Marshall?
Loyalty to political parties played an important role in this Supreme court case which established judicial review
What was Marbury v. Madison?
The man given credit for creating the Democratic- Republican ideas, which included supporting strong farming communities, states’ rights, and opposition to the creation of a national bank
Who was Thomas Jefferson?
The political party that believed that the future of the country lay in becoming an industrial power and establishing good relations with the British.
Who were the Federalists?
The political party that resisted a protective tariff because it hurt the interests of the plantation owners as well as the small farmer
Who were the Democratic- Republicans (or Jeffersonian Republicans)?
The country that Jefferson’s Democratic- Republicans believed the United States should favor in foreign relations because they helped the U.S. win their independence
Who was France?
The first president elected from the Republican Party on a platform that opposed the growth of slavery
Who was Abraham Lincoln?
The first president elected under the name of the Democratic Party, by focusing on the vote of the ordinary, common man
Who was Andrew Jackson?
A current political party that is considered the oldest party in the United States
What is the Democratic Party?
The nickname for the Republican party
What is the Grand Old Party or GOP?
The political party currently in control of the House of Representatives
Who are the Republicans?
The political party that has increased in strength in the South and Mid-West during the past twenty years
What is the Republican Party?
The symbols for the Democratic and Republican parties correctly matched
What is the donkey for the Democrats and the elephant for the Republicans?
The term when one party controls the legislative branch and the other party controls the executive branch
What is a “divided government?”
The name of the political party in the 1830’s based on the platform of expanding power of the national government, continuing support of the national bank, and building roads and canals at government expense
What was the Whig Party?
The name of the third party in the 1850’s that formed in opposition to the growing immigration into the United States
What was the Know-Nothing Party?
The third party formed by Theodore Roosevelt in 1912 to support women’s suffrage, preservation of the environment, and the concepts of initiative, referendum, and recall
What was the Progressive or Bull Moose Party?
The time period during the 1820’s and 30’s when the Jeffersonian Republicans had little or no opposition, meaning there was only one political party
What was the “Era of Good Feelings?”
In 1832, the Democrats changed from letting the state party leaders select their candidate for the presidency to this method