Monroe's presidency was later labeled "The Era of Good Feeling", in part because partisan politics were almost nonexistent. The Federalist Party had died out, the Whig Party had not yet risen, and practically every politician belonged to what is now known as the Democratic Party. Monroe, the last American Revolutionary War veteran to serve as president, was almost uncontested in his two elections.
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