Party Positions and Party Battles of the 1790s

Political parties emerged in the 1790s to fill the gap in the Constitution that was required to bridge the institutional separation of powers. But politicians considered parties unpatriotic, and their possibility was neither mentioned nor foreseen by the founding fathers when they wrote the Constitution.   Events at home and approad shaped the two political parties, the Federalists and the Republicans. In this Discussion you will play the role of a member of one of these twp political parties– your choice.
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INSTRUCTIONS
You will play the role of EITHER a Federalist or a Republican– your choice. I would advise you to choose the party that you know the most about.
For this assignment, you will CHOOSE ONE of the political parties to write on: either the Federalists OR the Republicans.  Choose whichever party interests you or you feel you know the most about. Once you choose your party, you will assume the role of a member from that party pretend that you are either a Federalist or Republican from the 1790s. There are three parts to this assignment:
Complete steps one and two in the same post:
1. Present four paragraphs consisting of six sentences for each paragraph. The first paragraph should explain, as specifically you can, what your profession is in the 1790s and why you choose your party.  The second paragraph provides a specific political position you take as a member of that party, with explanation. The third paragraph provides a specific economic position you take as a member of that party, with explanation. The fourth paragraph provides a specific diplomatic position you take as a member of that party, with explanation. You will explain here which European nation you support, with explanation.  In a final sentence identifies the political leader you most support.  
2. Then write a paragraph of five to six sentences critiquing the document below appropriate to your party:
Federalists will analyse the Alien and Sedition Acts, identifying them and explaining what were the legitimate causes of them.
Republicans will analyse the Kentucky Resolutions, identifying them and explaining what were the legitimate causes of them.
This paragraph must not be less than 5 sentences or more than 6 sentences.

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