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Carnes estimates that owing to anti-Masonic sentiment and the Anti-Masonic Party, national membership in the order "declined from 100,000 in the mid-1820s to 40,000 a decade later" (25).
Wirt also practiced law in Baltimore and ran unsuccessfully as the Presidential candidate of the Anti-Masonic party against <IR> ANDREW JACKSON </IR> (1832).
The Anti-Masonic Party, the Free-Soilers, the Progressive Party, the Populist Party- all rose up to challenge the political establishment.
The post-Revolutionary Federalist press massaged Jefferson's private Deism into a menacing infidelism; the Anti-Masonic Party denounced Andrew Jackson's fraternal ties; John Birch Society founder Robert Welch called Eisenhower a possible "conscious, dedicated agent of Communist Conspiracy.