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The end of the Jeffersonian Era and its principles

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 The Founding Fathers and especially Jefferson wanted to create a society free of Europe s corruption and social problems. Jefferson after his experience as ambassador in Europe Thomas Jefferson detested the ills of the European society such as poverty, inequality, and dependence and wanted America to be completely different from Europe. He wanted a society where the population would control, an agrarian or manufacturing society. When he became president he established an agrarian society.

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The Jeffersonian Republicans feared living in a European style society with poverty, landless masses of laborers, unorganized violence, social inequality and probably war. They saw the only way to disrupt that industrial society was physical expansion west and economic expansion into foreign markets but it came out that the agrarian republic disrupted instead and that slavery grew to the point of separating the Union geographically by a line so expansion and slavery surfaced as moral arguments to the Jeffersonian Republicans because it meant the end of their virtuous utopian society.

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