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  1. Founded in 1828, the Democratic Party is the oldest of the two largest U.S. political parties. The Republican Party was officially founded in 1854, but the histories of both parties are intrinsically connected. Actually, we can trace the two parties’ historical backgrounds all the way back to the Founding Fathers.

  2. Sep 26, 2022 · Democratic-Republican Party, originally (1792–98) Republican Party, first opposition political party in the United States. Organized in 1792 as the Republican Party, its members held power nationally between 1801 and 1825. It was the direct antecedent of the present Democratic Party.

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  4. The Democratic-Republican Party originated as a faction in Congress that opposed the centralizing policies of Alexander Hamilton, who served as Secretary of the Treasury under President George Washington.

  5. Aug 17, 2021 · The Democratic- Republican party was a political party that began shortly after the formation of the Constitution in 1795 and persisted until 1824. The party was led and founded by leaders...

  6. Dec 15, 2020 · The two-party rivalry isn't new they seem to be natural rivals, in this article I hope that I can summarize the two parties' history and goals please note that not every aspect of the parties is mentioned but is summarized to fit in this article. Republican Party The Republican Party is also known as the Grand Old Party (GOP), originating from the opponents of the Kansas and Nebraska act of ...

  7. Apr 20, 2018 · The Democratic-Republican Party was initially just a "loosely aligned group that shared their opposition to the programs introduced in the 1790s," wrote University of Virginia political scientist Larry Sabato. "Many of these programs, proposed by Alexander Hamilton, favored merchants, speculators, and the rich."