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Analysis of Jeffersonian democracy
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Adams's American political argument aristocracy asserted authority basis Bloudy body Calhoun Cambridge Platform century Chap character church civil colonies colonists common conﬁdence conﬂict consent considered Constitution contract theory covenant defence deﬁnite democracy democratic diﬁicult discussion doctrine election England English equal ernment establishment executive existence expression fact favor federacy federal Federalist ﬁeld ﬁnally ﬁnancial ﬁnd ﬁrst force form of government freedom fundamental governmental powers governor hence hereditary Ibid idea inalienable individual inﬂuence institutions Jefferson John Adams John Locke justiﬁcation king legislative legislature liberty limited Massachusetts ment monarchy natural rights oﬁicers organization Parliament party Patriots period philosophy political science political theory popular government principle Puritans Quakers qualiﬁcations radical regarded religion religious Republic republican Revolution Revolutionary right of revolution rulers Samuel Adams scientiﬁc Scriptures sentiment signiﬁcant slavery social contract society sovereign sovereignty speciﬁc spirit tendency tenure tion Union United wholly