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  • ...1848 and 1852, and the Know-Nothing Party in the 1850s. The Second Party System reflected and shaped the political, social, economic and cultural currents McCormick is most responsible for defining the system. He concluded <ref>McCormick 1966 pp 14-16</ref>
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  • ...sts referring to the [[United States of America|United States']] political system from about 1828 to 1854.
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  • {{r|First Party System}} {{r|Third 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|First Party System}} {{r|Second Party System}}
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  • ...during the First Party System, the Second Party System and the Third Party System the United States invented or developed a number of new methods for conduct
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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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  • ...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|Pacific Mountain System}} {{r|Rocky Mountain System}}
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  • {{r|Second Party System}} {{r|Third Party System}}
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  • {{r|Third Party System}} {{r|Fifth Party 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
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  • Party of the [[Second Party System]], 1830 to mid-1850s, formed by [[Henry Clay]] to battle President [[Andrew
    168 B (23 words) - 18:45, 6 December 2008
  • ...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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  • ...tory|Democratic Party]]) one of the two main parties of the [[Second Party System]] in the United States, 1830 to mid-1850s. It operated in every state after ...al agreement.<ref>David Brown, "Jeffersonian Ideology and the Second Party System." ''Historian'' 1999 62(1): 17-30. </ref>
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  • {{r|Second Party System}}
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  • {{r|Second Party System}} {{r|Third Party System}}
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  • ...olitical Engagement in Antebellum America: A New Look at the Golden Age of Participatory Democracy.” Journal of American History, 84 (December 1997): 878- * Brown, David. "Jeffersonian Ideology and the Second Party System." ''Historian'' 62, no. 1 (1999): 17-30.
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  • ...1848 and 1852, and the Know-Nothing Party in the 1850s. The Second Party System reflected and shaped the political, social, economic and cultural currents McCormick is most responsible for defining the system. He concluded <ref>McCormick 1966 pp 14-16</ref>
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