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Democratic-Republicans of Massachusetts
|Series||Publications of the Centre for the Study of the History of Liberty in America, Harvard University|
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A group of farmers in western Massachusetts, including Daniel Shays, rebelled against the Massachusetts government, which they saw as unresponsive to their needs. Many were veterans of the Revolutionary War and faced tremendous debts and high taxes, which they couldn’t pay with their worthless paper money. The Transformation of Political Culture: Massachusetts Parties, s–s (), new political history; Goodman, Paul. The Democratic-Republicans of Massachusetts () Green, James R., William F. Hartford, and Tom Juravich. Commonwealth of Toil: Chapters in the History of Massachusetts Workers and Their Unions () Gutman, Herbert.
We can see Western Massachusetts, the Boston Metropolitan Area and other urban areas, the tip of Cape Code, and the Islands show strong Democratic tendencies in statewide elections. Central Massachusetts, parts of the North Shore, and Southern Massachusetts—from Tolland in the west to Dennis in the east—are much more : Brent Benson. Author of The Democratic-Republicans of Massachusetts, America in the twenties, The Federalists vs. the Jeffersonian Republicans, Essays in American colonial history, USA; an American record, The democratic-Republicans of Massachusetts, The American Constitution, The .
After , Federalists and Democratic-Republicans began to alter the institutions that governed entry into banking through the chartering process. The Federalists retained control of the legislature into the mids, but Federalist elites were willing to share the privilege of creating banks in favor of a policy of open : Qian Lu. CHAPTER 13 The Rise of a Mass Democracy, – Election of Candidates Electoral Vote Popular Vote Popular Percentage Jackson 99 , % Adams 84 , % Crawford 41 46, % Clay 37 47, %.
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Massachusetts Democratic Republicans swept incumbent Governor Caleb Strong out of office with a 3 percent majority and replaced him with Democratic Republican candidate James Sullivan.Democratic-Republicans argued that the acts were evidence of the Federalists’ intent to squash individual liberties and, by enlarging the powers of the national government, crush states’ rights.
Jefferson and Madison mobilized the response to the acts in the form of statements known as the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions, which argued.The Massachusetts Democratic Party is the affiliate of the Democratic Party in the U.S. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The state party chairman is Gus Bickford.
The party is currently the most powerful political party in the state, dominating its statewide elected offices, and holding veto-proof super-majorities in the state ly leadership: Robert DeLeo, (Speaker).