Alien and Sedition Acts

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American History


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Things were subjective, there was a questionable amount of land to the west, the diversity of the nation was unlimited, and the Native Americans posed an unstructured and spontaneous threat. The gap was widening between the people, and the though of this new country being split so early troubled some...
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Thomas Jefferson at first stated that factions were not positive contributors to politics, and he remains unaffiliated so to not influence his relationships and decisions (Document C and E). This is a personal decision of Jefferson's that is not entirely popular or even believable among others. The strong siding that occurred with the Alien and Sedition Acts caused Jefferson to make the choice to side with the democrats, to oppose Hamilton...
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