2021 AP U.S. Skills with Daniel Jocz Episode #3 | Multiple Choice Review + Continuity & Change
In this episode, we review American political parties from 1789-1932 to understand continuity and change. We also focus on multiple-choice skills.
From the Founding to the present, Americans have always expressed a distrust of political parties. Hardly a day passes without someone’s—the president, a Senator, a Representative—attacking politics in Washington for the spirit of partisanship.
Nativist Riots and the Know-Nothing Party
How did immigration lead to nativist backlash in America?
The Origins of Partisanship | BRI’s Homework Help Series
This latest installment of our Homework Help Institute of History series addresses the origins of partisanship in the United States. In the late 18th Century, the new nation was at risk of being torn apart as factions developed between Federalists and Anti-Federalists whose differences over the nature and structure of the new government played out in pamphlets, newspaper essays, state ratifying conventions, in taverns, and on street corners. Some compromise was reached with the ratification of The Bill of Rights, but differences over policy continued to play out among factions and the Federalists and Democratic-Republican parties formed. This video is intended as a general overview of this period of U.S. History, and a springboard for a deeper exploration of the various political disputes of the late 1700s and early 1800s.