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  • | state2=[[Washington (U.S. state)|Washington]] | state3 = [[Washington (state)|Washington]]
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  • ...nment. The only Federalist president was [[John Adams]]; although [[George Washington]] was broadly sympathetic to the Federalist program, he remained officially ...ambitious [[Hamiltonian economic program]] that involved assumption of the state debts incurred during the [[American Revolution]], creating a [[national de
    62 KB (8,914 words) - 10:30, 1 November 2015
  • ...ionist Jefferson Davis|accessdate=2015-07-27}}</ref> he believed that each state was sovereign and had an unquestionable right to secede from the [[United S ...ce to delegate responsibility, lack of popular appeal, feuds with powerful state governors, favoritism toward old friends, inability to get along with peopl
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  • |birth_name = Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey |death_place = [[Washington, D.C.]], U.S.
    91 KB (13,521 words) - 07:44, 24 October 2015
  • ...y|Federalist party]]. It came to power in 1800, and dominated national and state affairs until the 1820s, when it faded away. ...and was organized by then [[United States Secretary of State|Secretary of State]], [[Thomas Jefferson]], and his friend [[James Madison]] in 1791–93, to
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  • ...//books.google.com/books?id=8dBZ5n1gGsAC&pg=PA165|year=2008|publisher=Penn State Press|page=165}}</ref><ref>Jeff Taylor, ''Where Did the Party Go?: William ...n Party, were now in full control of the apparatus of government, from the state legislature and city hall to the White House.
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