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Define Jeffersonian Democracy, and explain how Jefferson's presidency both defined and contradicted that political philosophy.

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Jeffersonian Democracy is named after the person who pushed for its ideas and ideals; Mister Thomas Jefferson. One may ask how had Jefferson's presidency both defined and contradicted that political philosophy.? The question is indeed as good one, because as in life politics is never or rarely purely black and white and because of circumstances Jefferson's [residency displayed this. As stated, Jeffersonian Democracy is named after the person who pushed for its ideas and ideals; Mister Thomas Jefferson. At the time of its origination it was one of two specific and main and opposing political views; the other being Alexander Hamilton's Federalist's views. Jeffersonian Democracy is ...

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An expert delineates Jeffersonian Democracy and displays how Jefferson's presidency both utilized these views and at times contradicted this political philosophy named after him.

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