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Episode 45: The Revolution of 1800

John Adams (Asher Brown Durand )

In this episode of Constitutionally Speaking, Jay and Luke discuss the election of 1800. This contest, pitting Thomas Jefferson against John Adams, is not simply important because it was the first time power transferred from one party to another. It also marked the first time a party organization was integral in bringing about a victory for a candidate.

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