Jeffersonian Democracy

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American History

 

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Nerissa H

 

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August 1, 2011

 

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University

 

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A

 

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One thing that the Americans had that most European countries did not, was land. While the United States dwarfed European countries in size, Jefferson knew that the population of the country was expanding; and if he wanted the country to become agrarian, the country itself would have to expand. The Louisiana Purchase was a deal between Thomas Jefferson and Napoleon Bonaparte of France...
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The purchase was 830,000 acres of land owned by the French, previously by the Spanish, for a mere 15 million dollars. Jefferson agreed on the deal and the size of the United States of America more than doubled overnight. Having always been an advocate of the Constitution, Thomas Jefferson was left with a dilemma on his hands...
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