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Thomas Jefferson's Successes And Failures

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Thomas Jefferson was first term as president was full of successes and failures. Thomas always promised the country a wise and frugal government. Thomas said that he was against “entangling alliances”. Thomas did not try to tear down was Alexander Hamilton had erected. Thomas had no interest in surrounding himself with pomp. While staying in the White House, Thomas did not dress fancy; he often wore a frayed coat and carpet slippers. Thomas Jefferson had to deal with the judiciary being attacked, savvy politicians, and buying Louisiana from France.
Thomas turned out to be a superb politician. Thomas was the type of president that got to know every congressman personally. Thomas did not treat Federalists and Republicans different from each other.
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