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Why did the framers fear political parties - Answers.com

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the framer believed that political parties were factions. a faction is usually a dissatisfied group formed within a larger group. the framers thought that factions ...

Inspired Constitution :: The Elders of Israel and the Constitution

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The Framers' Attitude Toward Political Parties ... words or in a single sentence because the Framers did not adopt any single traditional form of government. ... Some of the principal dangers the Framers feared from political parties were these:.

The Founding Fathers & Political Parties - Shmoop

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Founding Fathers did not anticipate or desire the existence of political parties, viewing them as "factions" dangerous to the public interest; Founders' republican  ...

The Founding Fathers Loathed Political Parties - Freedom Outpost

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Jan 17, 2014 ... In similar fashion, John Adams warned us against political parties as well. ... They feared that political parties would "lead to formal and permanent .... Does the " General Welfare Clause" Of The U.S. Constitution Authorize ...

Why the Constitution's Framers didn't want us to directly elect the ...

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Oct 17, 2012 ... The Framers did, after all, create four power centers (president, House, ... (In fact, nowhere does the Constitution mention political parties.).

Did Framers Fear Direct Democracy? | The Classroom | Synonym

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Many of the framers of the U.S. Constitution feared direct democracy. Shortly after the Revolution, political power was largely invested in a wealthy, landowning ...

Political Parties

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Why did George Washington fear political parties? 2. What were the first two real political parties and who led them? 3. What function do third parties ... Others may represent a given economic interest such as labor or farmers. Some have been ...

Did the Founding Fathers Really Want Two Parties? | The Huffington ...

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Aug 31, 2012 ... So deep went the fear that post-Revolutionary party politics would again ... for the South and the West, the farmers, the workers, other debtors.

The Tea Party Is Exploiting the Framers' Blind Spot on Political Parties

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Oct 7, 2013 ... ... Republicans acting in concert with them for fear of Tea Party primary challenges. ... The Framers of the U.S. Constitution disliked political parties, which they saw as ... The election of 1800 did not prove any more successful.

Political Parties Platforms - Constitutional Rights Foundation

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But the Constitution does not mention political parties. In fact, many of the ... Others may represent a given economic interest such as labor or farmers. Some have been ... For Discussion. 1. Why did George Washington fear political parties ? 2.