Chapter 8 Republican Ascendancy: The Jeffersonian Vision



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CHAPTER 8 Republican Ascendancy: The Jeffersonian Vision
SUMMARY
There were always contradictions within the Republican belief in equality; the most notable was the exclusion of African Americans. Once in power, Republicans faced problems that forced them to compromise further the purity of their ideals.
I. REGIONAL IDENTITIES IN A NEW REPUBLIC

This section offers an overview of the most important developments that occurred during the period from 1800 to about 1820: prosperity, rapid population growth, especially in the West, and the emergence of sectionalism.





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