Oct 9, Notes - History Notes 1 V The revolution of 1800(Age...

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History Notes - 10/9/08 1. V. The revolution of 1800 (Age of Jefferson) - called the revolution of 1800 because of the change in parties (no more federalists) and a change in appearances: very informal and treating all men equally. A difference in vision: Hamilton and the federalists had a vision for the elite and the rich whereas Jefferson had a vision of the middleclass working force - broadens the government to invite a wider range of people. He was a governor of VA, founder of college of VA, Vice-President, inventor, musician/composer, scientist, ambassador to France, Secretary of state, architect, etc. Very extraordinary person. a. Character - above? b. Domestic Policy b.i. Court - Marbury Vs. Madison - 1801 - (under John Marshall - last federalist) b.i.1. Midnight judges - John Adams assigns appointments to a bunch of federalists to pack the courts. Last minute appointments, he had already lost the election but was still in power, knowing that federalists were losing he did this. One such judge was Marbury whom was a judge in Washington. b.i.1.a. Marbury was supposed to get an appointment, however it was lost in the mail or something.
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