US History-- URGENT

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2. Which original political party appeared to have the broader or more democratic base of support?

I said the Democratic-Republicans had a broader base of support bc they wanted protection of their basic rights for the common people. There were more common people than Federalists in the sense that people came to the USA for land and farming.

#3 is what i need help on..

3. How does your answer to #2 help you understasnd the demise of the Federalists?

if you could please help me answer this that would be great.

thanks.

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    If one lets more folks vote, then the party with the broad base will win every time.

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