Democratic-Republicans

By: Shyniya Winfield

democratic republicans

democratic-republican- is the name used primarily by modern political scientists for the first republican party also known as the jefferson an republicans

assuming the states debt

The Federalist agreed to move the national capital from Philadelphia to Washington

creation of a national bank

the democratic-republicans argued that the constitution should be interpreted strictly: did not specifically grant congress the right to create a national bank. federalist argued that congress had been granted the authority to make all laws that were ''necessary and proper'' to the execution of its power.

french revolution

the french revolution began in 1789 the democratic-republicans supported the french overthrow of their king, while the federalist sided with britain to recure the trade market.

power of the national government

the democratic-republicans objected to this extension of the power of the central government and wanted to balance the federal power with state power.

alien and sedition act

federalists passed the alien and sedition which were designed to silence and weaken the democratic-republicans party and to silence its newspapers.

war with britain in 1812

in 1812 the united states declared war with great Britain, the war of 1812 brought a new surge of nationalism.

who were the national leader of the party

I think the national leaders of the party was George Washington and Alexander Hamilton