Comparing The Presidency Of Hamilton And Thomas Jefferson

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Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the newly founded United States of America, was born in Shadwell, Virginia on the spring day of April 13th, 1743. Ironically, he died on the Independence Day of July 4th, 1826. Jefferson represented the Democratic-Republican Party during his run for presidency, as well as he was in office. After winning the popular vote within the Electoral College over Alexander Hamilton, Jefferson became the 3rd president in the young country of America. Jefferson and Hamilton each were a part of George Washington’s cabinet during his presidency. Hamilton was the secretary of treasury, while Jefferson was the secretary of state, particularly focusing on American interest in France. He saw the French Revolution as
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