They want more jobs more guns for americans and want a wall on the border of mexico i am a democrate but i do belive in more guns
The Radical Republicans' reconstruction offered all kinds of new opportunities to African Americans, including the vote (for males), property ownership, education, legal rights, and even the possibility of holding political office. By the beginning of 1868, about 700,000 African Americans were registered voters.
"Radical Republicans wanted to see the South punished, while Republicans supported Lincoln’s plan,"
1. Republicans want to reduce taxes while drastically reducing federal government spending, whereas
2. Democrats want to raise taxes (at least on the wealthy) while moderately reducing federal government spending.
The main difference between Republicans and Democrats in this area revolved around how much Government intervention they deemed as 'ideal 'within the economy.
The Republican tends to favor less government intervention. They want the government to be less involved in wealth/welfare distribution. Republicans generally believe that people's welfare will be based on direct competition in the market. They tend to oppose high taxes and large government spending in welfare since they believe it will only increase the national debt.
The Democrat tends to favor more government intervention. They want the government to create a lot of programs for increasing people's general welfare. This is why they favor high taxes. High taxes is an efficient method to distribute the wealth from the ultra wealthy for the good of the less wealthy,.
C.)Radical Republicans wanted African Americans to have voting rights.
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The Federalists wanted a strong central government, while the Democratic-Republicans wanted strong state governments.
The Democratic-Republican Party and the Federalist Party were the two American political parties that opposed each other from the end of the 18th century to the beginning of the 19th century.
Federalists favored a strong central government that could control factions, interventionist in foreign and domestic policies.
On the other side, the Democratic-Republican party believed in decentralized and directly democratic government and tended towards nonintervention in both domestic and foreign affairs, with the exception of westward expansionism for land to farm.
The origins of Democratic-Republican Party originally 1792-98 Republican Party, first opposition political party in the United States. It was the direct antecedent of the present Democratic Party. (Leader by Thomas Jefferson).
By the other hand, the Federalist party originated in opposition to the Democratic-Republican party in America during President George Washington's first administration. The Federalist party was one of the first two political parties in United States and thus in the world. (Leader by Alexander Hamilton).
The basic difference between them was:
The Federalist wanted a strong central government and the Democratic-Republicans wanted a strong state governments.
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