uestion A: Explain the reasons for the rise of partisan politics in the early r

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uestion A:
Explain the reasons for the rise of partisan politics in the early republic (that is, major conflicts and concerns that played a role in the development of the First Party System).
To answer Question A:
One or two paragraphs
Question B1:
Discuss the development of the Second Party System by comparing the platforms of the Whig and Democratic parties.
To answer Question B1:
One or two paragraphs
uestion B2:
Discuss the development of the Second Party System by describing the leaders and constituents of each party .
To answer Question B2:
One or two paragraphs
Question B3:
Discuss the development of the Second Party System by explaining how the Second Party System contributed to increased democratization of American politics.
To answer Question B3:
One or two paragraphs
Question C1:
Discuss the major movements and events that led to the Civil War by explaining the pro-slavery and abolitionist arguments of the antebellum period.
To answer Question C1:
One or two paragraphs
Question C2:
Discuss the major movements and events that led to the Civil War by describing the role of westward expansion in increasing sectional tensions.
To answer Question C2:
One or two paragraphs
uestion C3:
Discuss the major movements and events that led to the Civil War by evaluating how three major events (such as significant legislation, territorial conflicts, court cases, and political debates) contributed to the outbreak of the Civil War.
To answer Question C3:
One to three paragraphs
Please follow the suggested lengths for your responses given in this document. Longer responses of one to two pages per question are not necessary.
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