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The Formation of the Party System
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14th Amendment Adams alienation Amendment backers big money candidate selection candidate's Carter caucuses Congress Constitution contest contributions convention corruption costs created deception delegates democracy Democratic party dent didates dominate elec electing the President election game election system electoral college electoral votes federal Federalists feel Founders Founding Fathers fundraising Gary Hart gentlemen George McGovern hope individual institution intentions Jackson Jefferson Jimmy Carter leadership legislators manipulation matching funds McGovern ment million dollars Northeastern elites oligarchic organizations PACs paign participate party activists party leaders party system person Philadelphia Convention policies political system popular vote presiden presidential campaign presidential candidates presidential election process presidential politics primaries qualify for matching raise Reagan reform Republican rich Senate spending spent super-rich tial ticipate tion tional toral two-party system Vice President victory voters Washington white males William Henry Harrison