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George Washington the New Nations first president wanted unification in his country Unfortunately as we have seen it does not turn out to be the way he wants There were many causes for this separation but two elections the Election of 1800 and the Election of 1828 stand out and help this separation and put forth in the minds of the American people the question of liberty fraternity and equality These revolutionary elections are different but they have also changed society These elections are revolutionary in many ways From looking at revolutions such as the French Revolution we see that people are pleased and have gotten what they want The Americans from choosing the presidents show that they got what they want Another way is that the lead up to the result was intense The campaigns and the elections themselves created increase in tensions and havoc People were arguing and disputing and therefore people were not uniting to solve the problem but breaking apart like the French Revolution The people did their best to win in the political field by manipulating the American people into voting for them and also hoping the best for American democracy The French also did their best to win on the battle field by getting more and more people so eventually they would get their freedom There are many different ways that we can prove how they are revolutionary and how they help try to achieve democracy for their people The Elections of 1800 and 1828 started at the expense of much geographical discrimination New England was sharply divided by politics and their societys main authority was the clergymen As Henry Adams said that in New England The democrat had no caste he was not respectable The United States in 1800 56 this showed the hatred for democracy in the society of New England This was because of the French Revolution that feared many people in New England Therefore
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