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At the point when Andrew Jackson won decision in 1832, he was blamed for building excessively control in the Presidency. Huge numbers of the Madison devotees broke with the Democratic-Republican Party to join the Whig Party. The Whigs upheld diminishment of official power, modernization and monetary protectionism. In any case, the Whig Party, in spite of choosing two presidents (William Harrison and John Tyler), was not sufficiently solid to survive the fight fermenting over servitude. At the point when the Whigs fell, Whigs either got to be Democrats or joined the new Republican Party. By 1856, the fracture between the first Democratic-Republicans hosted developed into two particular political gatherings.