During the 1830’s and 1840’s, two political parties had taken shape. One was the Democrats, and the other was the Whigs. In 1834, opponents of Andrew Jackson organized a new party to go against the Democrats. They were called the Whigs, who were guided by Henry Clay. They were a party devoted to wealth and gentry, and during its brief life, it won support from different economic groups and hold themselves in the elections. Anyways, the Whig Party and Democratic Party of the 1830’s and 1840’s differed in their views of federal government in the economy on the Protective Tariff, but they both shared their views on westward expansion regarding American Indian removal. In contrast, Democrats worked hard to get rid of the Protective tariff while the Whigs supported it. Clearly, the Whigs supported protective tariffs and the Democrats supported low tariffs. Tariff revenue was one of the primary sources of federal revenue in this period. For example, a Democratic act was the Tariff of 1832, which was passed to reduce tariffs as treatment for the problem created by the Tariff of Abominations of 1828. Hence, the Whigs were against the Tariff of 1832, because it lowered taxes and they were in support of high tariffs, as mentioned before.In comparison, both the Whigs and Democrats favored American Indian removal in areas where their supporters wished to settle. For example, “Tippecanoe and Tyler too” was the slogan of the Whigs in the election of 1840, when William Henry Harrison, the hero of the Battle of Tippecanoe, and John Tyler were their candidates in the election. In any case, in regards to the Democrats, a case of the favored Native American evacuation would be the Indian Removal Act, marked by Andrew Jackson in 1830 to consult with southern Indian clans for their expulsion to an area west of the Mississippi River in return for arrive.In conclusion, the Whig Party and Democratic Party of the 1830’s and 1840’s differed in their tariff views of federal government in the economy, because the Whigs supported protective tariffs and the Democrats supported low tariffs; however, both parties shared their views on westward expansion in that they both favored American Indian removal. Anyhow, the over-expansion of the domestic economy could in a way lead to the Panic of 1857, a crisis in financial conditions following a period of over expansion in the United States of America.