Ghil 3things challanges

Ghil 3things challanges - Ghil-hoon. Cho American History,...

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Ghil-hoon. Cho American History, 4B August 31st 2009 Three major challenges of Thomas Jefferson’s Presidency Thomas Jefferson was the third president of the United States. He was a writer of the Declaration of Independence. The election in 1800 was being tumultuous, but after Jefferson grabbed Hamilton’s support he became a president of the United States. After he took the government over, he thought all farmers are the most important thing for developing the country and he didn’t believe capitalists and cities. Also, he regarded equality as important. However, there were some obstacles against Thomas Jefferson’s presidency. The one of three major challenges is Louisiana Purchase. Before Louisiana became a territory of the United States, farmers had to move the crops to the east to sell those. So, they had to use Mississippi river for transferring their crops. However, at that time, Louisiana was not a part of the United States. Then, the farmers’ complaints were getting more and more.
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