Unnecessary Tensions Between Political Parties

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Political Parties Political parties are detrimental to society because of the unnecessary tensions between parties and they are strongly influenced by interest groups. Truly, many unnecessary tensions are sparked between political parties. Alexander Hamilton is a Federalist who believes in a strong national government and British ideology. Thomas Jefferson is a Democratic-Republican who believes in a weak national government and French ideology. Both Hamilton and Jefferson, political rivals, write letters to President George Washington complaining about the other. Washington’s simple reply to both men is to stop complaining and focus on important issues. In the same way, the election of 1800 between Jefferson and Adams is remembered as the

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