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Use this History of The American Journey video entitled A New Republic and Rise of Parties 1789 to 1800 to study the early national period of the United States including the regional diversity of the country in 1789; the rise of the Federalist party during the Washington administration; early legislation and the organization of the new government; Hamilton’s financial policy. Learn about the emergence of opposition to the Federalist agenda and the rise of the Republican party; the decline of the Federalists during the Adams administration; relations with France; the Alien and Sedition Acts; the election of Thomas Jefferson in 1800. 

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