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Book Discussion 02/04/2009 12:02:00 Conflicting ideas Describes him as nice, yet they have to pay him for his freedom, and he sells mothers Family life for slaves- really non existent Paternalist- not a real family relationship Jefferson No emotional connection Slavery is like holding a wolf by both hands and both ears He wants slaves out of America I. Discourse of Consensus Called a radical from the French Revolution Desired to balance opposition Interested in symmetry, calm and order
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Unformatted text preview: The new government was a government that had to act and control without coercion The elites were trying to consolidate their power Virtue must replace the old external constraints of the old church and state II. Reality of America’s First Two Party System Republicans (Jeffersonians) vs. Federalists (Hamiltonians) III. Jefferson the Idealist Yeoman farmers IV. Jefferson the Pragmatist Compromise...
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