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  • ...the Republican and Democratic Parties remained the two dominant political parties although their constituencies and platforms changed. ...the Great Depression caused a realignment that produced the [[Fifth Party System]], which was dominated by the Democratic [[New Deal Coalition]] until the 1
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  • {{r|First Party System}} {{r|Second Party System}}
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  • *[[First Party System]] *[[Second Party System]]
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  • {{r|First Party System}} {{r|Second Party System}}
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  • {{r|Second Party System}} {{r|Third Party System}}
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  • *[[First Party System]] *[[Second Party System]]
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  • {{r|Party system}} {{r|First Party System}}
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  • *[[First Party System]] **[[Second Party System]]
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  • {{r|First Party System}} {{r|Third Party System}}
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  • ...the article names in the list should be defined, using the {{r}} template system for definitions; see below for instructions. {{r|Second Party System}}
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  • {{r|Third Party System}} {{r|Fifth Party System}}
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  • {{r|Pacific Mountain System}} {{r|Rocky Mountain System}}
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  • * Bartley, Numan V. "Voters and Party Systems: A Review of the Recent Literature," ''The History Teacher,'' Vol. 8, No. ...Deal realignments. In each case the policy changes are voted through by a partisan "new" majority party. The Civil War and 1890s realignments were more pol
    8 KB (1,081 words) - 01:23, 24 June 2009
  • ...e whether it ended in the mid-1960s and was replaced by the '''Sixth Party System''', or continues to the present. Paulson (2006) argues that a decisive rea ==Partisanship==
    10 KB (1,411 words) - 00:24, 11 October 2013
  • ...tical scientists number the party systems, starting with the [[First Party System]], which lasted from the 1790s until about 1824. A similar numbering practi The concept of a party system was introduced by [[James Bryce]] in ''[[The American Commonwealth]]'' (188
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  • ...the Republican and Democratic Parties remained the two dominant political parties although their constituencies and platforms changed. ...the Great Depression caused a realignment that produced the [[Fifth Party System]], which was dominated by the Democratic [[New Deal Coalition]] until the 1
    19 KB (2,672 words) - 01:45, 24 June 2010
  • ...the people. Although indebted to the [[Tammany Hall]] political machine, particularly to its boss, [[Charles Francis Murphy|"Silent" Charlie Murphy]], he ...ructed the nation's first state park system and reformed the civil service system; Smith later appointed him New York State Secretary of State. During Smith'
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  • {{r|Fifth Party System}} {{r|Fourth Party System}}
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  • ...odernization, prohibition, and race. In terms of parties, the Third Party System was dominated by the new [[U.S. Republican Party, history|Republican Party] ...ues of temperance, nativism, anti-Catholicism in protest against the major parties, and especially in protest against the Democrats who were forming close l
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  • ...al votes, but not a majority. The House chose from the top three; Clay was fourth and threw his support to Adams, who was elected, and who then named Clay Se ==Second Party System: The Jackson Movement==
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  • ...[[First Party System]], the [[Second Party System]] and the [[Third Party System]] the United States invented or developed a number of new methods for cond The First, Second and Third Party Systems were characterized by two major parties who dominated government at the local, state and national level, and enli
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  • ...ented toward compromise on slavery, and its replacement by a [[Third Party System]], which rejected compromise. Defense of, comprise with, or opposition to ...t in terms of population. Economically it was dominated by the plantation system of large farms worked by 20 to 200 slaves.
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