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29 November, 08:29

The Democratic Party: a. was similar in policy and constituencies to the Federalist Party. b. was organized to oppose Andrew Jackson. c. was almost destroyed by the election of 1828. d. supported both agrarian democratic principles and the continuation of southern slavery. e. favored strict limitations on voting rights.

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    d. supported both agrarian democratic principles and the continuation of southern slavery.

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    Although it is said to have its roots in the Democratic-Republican Party, created by Thomas Jefferson in 1792 (and therefore one of the oldest parties in the world today), the Democratic Party in modern terms only gets its continuity with its breakup into two fractions. It was in the time of President Andrew Jackson, whose supporters began to call themselves Democrats. In its beginnings in the 19th century, the Democratic Party was conservative in its orientation and most often related to the agricultural interests of the slave-owning South. The Democratic Party dominated American politics until the advent of the Republican Party and the American Civil War.
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