Presidential Election of 1800
The presidential election of 1800 was narrowed to John Adams, Federalist, against Thomas Jefferson, the Democratic-Republican. The election of 1800 was a revolution because the future of the republic was at stake. Thomas Jefferson's political ideas were the revolution. They were ideas that had not been previously brought about. The election of 1800 was revolutionary because of a peaceful transfer between parties, votes were dealt with in the house and the Federalist party began to fade.
During the election of 1800, the republicans narrowly defeated the Federalists. John Adams, the pre…
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