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Who Were the Democratic-Republicans?
Thomas Jefferson’s differences with John Adams and Alexander Hamilton led to the formation of the Democratic Republican Party. By the time Martin van Buren was elected in 1837, two parties had emerged – Democratic and Republican. The evolution of the two-party system ended the Founding Father’s dream of leaders who would rule in the best interest of the country, free from partisan politics.Read More