US Presidents and US Political Parties

US Presidents in order with dates and parties: US Political Parties
This article provides details of the US Presidents in order with dates and parties together with interesting facts, definitions and information about the views and beliefs of each of the US political parties. The US Presidents in order with dates and parties are governed by law according to the United States Constitution. Following elections the US Presidents, and the Vice Presidents, hold office during the term of four years. The 22nd amendment limits the this to two terms. There have been 44 presidential administrations but only 43 US Presidents as Grover Cleveland served two non-consecutive terms.

US Presidents in order with dates and parties
The table containing a list of US Presidents in order with dates and parties indicates the political affiliation of all of the US Presidents. The names of the political parties that have featured in US politics are Independent, Federalist, Democratic-Republican, Republican / National Union, Whig, Democratic and Republican. The definition of all of the US political parties are featured together with the views, beliefs and ideology of the parties.

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US Political Parties: List of US Presidents in order with dates and parties
The table containing the list of US Presidents in order with dates and parties provides the names of all the US Presidents, the number of their presidencies, the dates of Terms in Office, the dates they assumed office, their age at Inauguration, the dates they left office and the political parties of the all the US Presidents. These interesting facts about US Presidents in order with dates and parties are supplemented by definitions, views and beliefs of all of the political parties.

US Political Parties: List of US Presidents in order with dates and parties
This helpful list of US Presidents in order with dates and parties is a great resource of interesting facts and important information that can be used as a fast reference guide when completing school or college projects and homework. The list of US Presidents in order with dates and parties are presented in date order according to the order of presidencies. The list of US Presidents in order with dates and parties are as follows:

US Political Parties: List of US Presidents in order with dates and parties

Number - Names of Presidents in order - Dates of Terms in Office in chronological order - Dates took Office - Age at Inaug. - Dates left Office - Political Parties

1st - George Washington - (1789-1793) & (1793-1797) - April 30, 1789 - 57 - March 4, 1797 - Independent

2nd - John Adams - (1797-1801) - March 4, 1797 - 61 - March 4, 1801 - Federalist

3rd - Thomas Jefferson - (1801-1805) & (1805-1809) - March 4, 1801 - 57 - March 4, 1809 - Democratic-Republican

4th - James Madison - (1809-1813) & (1813-1817) - March 4, 1809 - 57 - March 4, 1817 - Democratic-Republican

5th - James Monroe - (1817-1821) & (1821-1825) - March 4, 1817 - 58 - March 4, 1825 - Democratic-Republican

6th - John Quincy Adams - (1825-1829) - March 4, 1825 - 57 - March 4, 1829 - Democratic-Republican

7th - Andrew Jackson - (1829-1833) & (1833-1837) - March 4, 1829 - 61 - March 4, 1837 - Democratic

8th - Martin Van Buren - (1837-1841) - March 4, 1837 - 54 - March 4, 1841 - Democratic

9th - William Harrison - (1841) - Mar. 4, 1841 - 68 - April 4, 1841 - Whig

10th - John Tyler - (1841-1845 - April 4, 1841 - 51 - March 4, 1845 - Whig

11th - James Knox Polk - (1845-1849) - March 4, 1845 - 49 - March 4, 1849 - Democratic

12th - Zachary Taylor - (1849-1850) - March 4, 1849 - 64 - July 9, 1850 - Whig

13th - Millard Fillmore - (1850-1853) - July 9, 1850 - 50 - March 4, 1853 - Whig

14th - Franklin Pierce - (1853-1857) - Mar. 4, 1853 - 48 - March 4, 1857 - Democratic

15th - James Buchanan - (1857-1861) - Mar. 4, 1857 - 65 - March 4, 1861 - Democratic

16th - Abraham Lincoln - (1861-1865) & (1865) - Mar. 4, 1861 - 52 - April 15, 1865 - Republican / National Union

17th - Andrew Johnson - (1865-1869) - April 15, 1865 - 56 - March 4, 1869 - Democratic / National Union

18th - Ulysses Grant - (1869-1873) & (1873-1877) - Mar. 4, 1869 - 46 - March 4, 1877 - Republican

19th - Rutherford Hayes - (1877-1881) - Mar. 4, 1877 - 54 - March 4, 1881 - Republican

20th - James Garfield - (1881) - Mar. 4, 1881 - 49 - Sept. 19, 1881 - Republican

21st - Chester Arthur - (1881-1885) - Sept. 19, 1881 - 50 - March 4, 1885 - Republican

22nd - Grover Cleveland - (1885-1889) - Mar. 4, 1885 - 47 - March 4, 1889 - Democratic

23rd - Benjamin Harrison - (1889-1893) - Mar. 4, 1889 - 55 - March 4, 1893 - Republican

24th - Grover Cleveland - (1893-1897) - Mar. 4, 1893 - 55 - March 4, 1897 - Democratic

25th - William McKinley - (1897-1901) & (1901) - March 4, 1897 - 54 - Sept. 14, 1901 - Republican

26th - Theodore Roosevelt - (1901-1905) & (1905-1909) - Sept. 14, 1901 - 42 - March 4, 1909 - Republican

27th - William Taft - (1909-1913) - Mar. 4, 1909 - 51 - March 4, 1913 - Republican

28th - Woodrow Wilson - (1913-1917) & (1917-1921) - Mar. 4, 1913 - 60 - March 4, 1921 - Democratic

29th - Warren Harding - (1921-1923) - Mar. 4, 1921 - 55 - August 2, 1923 - Republican

30th - Calvin Coolidge - (1923-1925) & (1925-1929) - August 2, 1923 - 51 - March 4, 1929 - Republican

31st - Herbert Hoover - (1929-1933) - Mar. 4, 1929 - 54 - March 4, 1933 - Republican

32nd - Franklin Roosevelt - (1933-1937) & (1937-1941) & (1941-1945) & (1945) -  Mar. 4, 1933 - 51 - April 12, 1945 - Democratic

33rd - Harry Truman - (1945-1949) & (1949-1953) - April 12, 1945 - 60 - January 20,  1953 - Democratic

34th - Dwight Eisenhower - (1953-1957) & (1957-1961) - Jan. 20, 1953 - 62 - January 20, 1961 - Republican

35th - John Kennedy - (1961-1963) - Jan. 20, 1961 - 43 - Nov. 22, 1963 - Democratic

36th - Lyndon Johnson - (1963-1965) & (1965-1969) - Nov. 22, 1963 - 55 - January 20, 1969 - Democratic

37th - Richard Nixon - (1969-1974) - Jan. 20, 1969 - 56 - August 9, 1974 - Republican

38th - Gerald Ford - (1974-1977) - August 9, 1974 - 61 - January 20, 1977 - Republican

39th - Jimmy Carter - (1977-1981) - Jan. 20, 1977 - 52 - January 20, 1981 - Democratic

40th - Ronald Reagan - (1981-1985) & (1985-1989) - Jan. 20, 1981 - 69 - January 20, 1989 - Republican

41st - George H Bush - (1989-1993) - Jan. 20, 1989 - 64 - January 20, 1993 - Republican

42nd - Bill Clinton - (1993-2001) - Jan. 20, 1993 - 46 - January 20, 2001 - Democratic

43rd - George W Bush - (2001-2005) & (2005-2009) - Jan. 20, 2001 - 54 - January 20, 2009 - Republican

44th - Barack Obama - (2009-2013) & (2013-2017) - Jan. 20, 2009 - 47 -  - Democratic

US Political Parties: List of US Presidents in order with dates and parties

US Political Parties: List of US Presidents in order with dates and parties
The above list of US Presidents in order with dates and parties contain all the US Presidents, the numbers of their presidencies, the dates of their tenure or terms in office, the dates they assumed office, their age at Inauguration, the dates they left office and and the political parties of the all the US Presidents.  The definitions, views and beliefs and details of all of the political parties are provided below.

US Political Parties: Important Facts about US Presidents in order with dates and parties
The above list of US President dates in order with dates and parties contains general information in respect of their presidencies and political affiliations.

US Political Parties: US Presidents in order with dates and parties: What are Political Parties?
What are Political parties? Good Question! The US Political parties were formed by groups of people who shared the same ideas, views and beliefs about the way the United States should be governed. The US Political parties work to influence government policies and to introduce new laws to the Constitution and to make amendments to existing laws.

US Political Parties: US Presidents in order with dates and parties: Facts about US Political Parties
The definition and important facts and information about the US political parties, views and beliefs are detailed in the following facts file relating to US Presidents in order with dates and parties.

US Presidents in order with dates and parties: Facts about US Political Parties

Fact 1: The Independent Party Platform.  Definition: Non-partisan, not supporting the policies, views or beliefs of a single political party. George Washington was the only president elected as an independent, as he was not formally affiliated with any party during his two terms in office.

Fact 2: The Federalist Party Platform.  Definition: An advocate of confederation and the Constitution of the United States at its formation and adoption. John Adams was a member of this political party which favored the administration of President George Washington. Federalism is the idea and beliefs of a federal organization of self-governing units, such as a confederation. Federalists also believe in the idea of nationalism and industrialization.

Fact 3: The Democratic-Republican Party Platform.  Definition: The Democratic-Republican party (aka or Republican Party) was the political party founded by Thomas Jefferson in opposition to the Federalist Party which had monarchical tendencies.  Its views and beliefs were based on civic duty encompassing allegiance to the government which in turn protects its citizens. As such, the Democratic-Republican Party strictly adhered to the constitution in order to limit the powers of the federal government. The Democratic-Republican Party strongly opposed to aristocracy, monarchy, corruption and elitism.

Fact 4: The Democratic Party Platform.  Definition: The Democratic Party adhered to a socially liberal and progressive platform. The Jackson administration stood for stood for simple and frugal beliefs and an unobtrusive government. The Democratic Party opposed government spending and favoritism, especially in the form of corporate charters for banks and other financial enterprises. The early Democratic Party was anti-aristocracy and in the south the Democrats adopted a strong pro-slavery policy and sought to extend slavery into the West.

Fact 5: The Whig Party Platform.  Definition: The Whig Party was formed in opposition to the Democrat Party and advocated a more fluid interpretation of the Constitution, a program of national development, modernization and high protective tariffs.

Fact 6: The Republican Party Platform.  Definition: The Republican Party was formed to further the beliefs of national interest above sectional interests and states' rights. It was organized in 1856 in opposition to the extension of slavery. In 1860 the Republican Party elected Abraham Lincoln as president.

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