S: Emergence of Political Parties
FC: The Bill of Rights | Brody Baumstark | Emergence of Political Parties
3: The Bill of Rights | Brody Baumstark
4: Opposition ideas were published in papers and many people who read the papers began to form political parties. | The north supported Hamilton's bank, while the south strongly opposed it.
5: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
6: Thomas Jefferson and James Madison organized opposition and confined their activities in congress, but were not trying to make long-term political parties.
7: Many people, such as Madison and Jefferson, opposed Hamilton's ideas about fiscal matters and the encroachment of states' rights.