3D rendering of soldier during American Revolution.
American History

Revolutions and Rebellions Leading to the Federalist Presidency

October 9, 2020

The emergence of the new liberal constitution in France created ripples that affected the political scene in the USA. The Federalist John Adams became the President, and the Republican Thomas Jefferson became the Vice President. With this authority, Jefferson managed to counter every Federalist initiative in the Senate. […]

United States constitution rolled in a scroll over American Flag.
American History

The Formation of the Democratic-Republican Party

October 9, 2020

In 18th century USA, the nature of party politics was absolutely different from what the republican writers had imagined and written about. As a result, the Republicans saw parties as the symbol of ambition, selfishness, and corruption. The Republicans finally created a counter-party to stamp out these evils from the political scene. […]

A group of suffragists demonstrating their signs.
American History

The Women’s Suffrage Movement: America and Britain

September 28, 2020

The suffragettes in the United States and Britain followed different approaches toward the cause. One group followed a forceful and combative approach, whereas the other actively organized conventions and adopted declarations. […]

A couple of women suffragettes displaying their banner.
American History

The Early History of the Women’s Suffrage Movement

September 28, 2020

The women’s suffrage movement was a voting rights movement that went on for decades. The French and the American revolutions left the women disappointed. It was only in 1893 that they first gained the right to vote in New Zealand. […]

Washington at his Inauguration with members of the First Congress
American History

The First Congress of the United States: The Bill of Rights and War Debt

September 25, 2020

When the first Congress of the United States met, it was faced with a complex situation: the states were afraid of an over-powerful federal government, and the federal government wanted to be free to implement its own financial policies. To allay the fears of the states, first Congress of the United States passed 10 amendments to the Constitution, known as the Bill of Rights. […]

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