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Q: Most War Hawks were New England Federalists?
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Who were the strongest opponents of the war hawks?

The strongest opponents of the war hawks were the Peace Party and the Federalists. They believed that war was unnecessary and would harm the country's economy and international relations. The Federalists in particular feared that a war with Britain would be detrimental to American interests.


Because of the opposition to the war of 1812 a movement towards seccession was made by?

New England Federalists.


What is the name of the gathering of prominent New England Federalists who considered secession?

Hartford Convention


What was the gathering of New England federalists at Hartford Connecticut to oppose war?

The Hartford Convention


What group of people supported the war of 1812?

The West and the South supported the war, whereas the North opposed it, particularly the New England Federalists.


Gathering of prominent New England federalists who debated session?

You might be thinking of the Hartford Convention


Why did New England Federalists consider forming Northern Confederacy because of the Louisanna Purchase?

cuz they can


During the war of 1812 federalists in New England?

refused to provide militia to aid in the fight


Gathering of prominent New England federalists who considered secession?

the hartsford convention


How did New England's opposition to war play into later events of the war?

The New England Federalists opposed the war because many of the New England Federalists argued that this war would threaten their sea port based livelihood. The opposition played into the later events of the war by accusing the President of embroiling the U.S. in a pointless and costly conflict.


How did federalists feel about the war of 1812?

Yes, the Federalists opposed the War of 1812 because they were sympathetic to the British during the French Revolution and remained their supporters. This was the main cause in the Federalists decline in power, as they were painted as unpatriotic by the Jeffersonian Republicans.


Why do you think the Federalists went down to defeat in 1800?

The Federalist policies of the Adam's administration were not supported by a majority of the voters. The Alien and Sedition Acts were especially singled out as bad policy. By the time of the Election of 1800, the Federalists had lost most of their supporters with the exception of New England.