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All of the following are reasons why the Federalist Party disappeared after the Election of 1816 EXCEPT:
The Hartford Convention made them seem unpatriotic at best and traitorous at worst.
They were seen as a party of the elite.
Their economic policies had proven to be failures in the public's eyes.
They had ceased being a national party and were only strong in the Northeast.
Many of their ideas had been adopted by the Republicans.