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Why did Jefferson as the Democratic-Republican candidate win the election of 1800?
-Clearly stated thesis
-Identify and describe 3 factors that influenced the outcome of the election
-A conclusion that pulls the ideas together

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    Please read the article I recommended in the last post. Also tie that in with your text book's account of this election.

    We'll be glad to comment on your thesis and your three main points.

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