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									                        The Banker The Donkey               Political
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  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 for
the 1800 presidential election
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?
 The 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
      Congress
Who are the
Democrats?
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?
 What the government is
  called 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 first “third
  party” in U.S. political
    history formed in
  opposition to Andrew
          Jackson
What was the Anti-
 Mason 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?”
Selecting Candidates
 In 1832, the Democrats
 changed from letting the
 state party leaders select
  their candidate for the
presidency to this method
      What is a
national convention?

								
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