Federalist and Anti-Federalist parties of post-Revolutionary America

Mar 29th, 2015
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From the Federalist and Anti-Federalist parties of post-Revolutionary America, to the Republican and Democratic parties of today, the major political parties of the United States have evolved, over time. In light of your academic understanding of modern liberal and conservative ideologies, please compare and contrast the major political parties of today in terms of voting patterns and issue positions.

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America has always had two major political parties, the republicans and the democrats. All other political parties have been shadowed by these two. The voting patterns of the American people comprise of divisions of voter loyalties which can be attributed to the nature of the country's election system. The voters who comprise of the republicans are the strongest with upper income groups, white evangelical Protestants, people living in rural areas, white voters, married people, people with bachelor's degrees, men and older people (Sikk, 2012). On the other side, democrats are comprised of peopl

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