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1800 Election Reading Questions US shifts back to what the constitution had stated-Enlightenment ideals Power hifts from one party to another-its a peacefu transfer of power Federalist: Alien Sedition Acr, farmers taxed with excise tax, bank put int, standing army-targets rich and wealthy Anti-Federalist: Jefferson takes away many of these-focus on farmers; America buys LA Purchase; Jefferson wants farmers Socially: Expansion of universal male suffarage lessening of property requirements (under Jefferson) Jefferson- drags us into War of 1812] Adams avoids war with France 1. How did Thomas Jefferson view the goals/ideas of the Federalist Party?-was the ele 2. Why was Thomas Jefferson optimistic about the outcome of the struggle between the Federalist and Democratic parties? Most people (masses) supported the republicans, which is the people should come first and only the radical leaders supported Federalist ideas. The Federalists will die off because the federalists don’t adapt to the people and the party declined. The Fefderalist continually target rich males and
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