Table of contents for Adams vs. Jefferson : the tumultuous election of 1800 / by John Ferling.


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Adams vs Jefferson: The Election of 1800
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Preface
1 "Election Eve, 1800"
2 " 'An Affection That Can Never Die': Adams and Jefferson"
3 " 'Dark and Menacing Evils': Creating the New National System, 1786-1792"
4 " 'War On Our Own Citizens': Partisanship, 1793-1796"
5 " 'Quite At My Leisure': Jefferson and Adams on the Eve of the Battle in 1796"
6 " 'A Narrow Squeak': 1796: The First Contested Presidential Election"
7 " 'To Recover Self-Government': The Partisan Inferno, 1797-1798"
8 " 'Our Bonaparte': Summer 1798 to Autumn 1799"
9 " 'We Beat You By Superior Management': Winter and Spring, 1800"
10 " 'The Boisterous Sea of Liberty': The Campaign of 1800"
11 " 'The Intention of our Fellow Citizens': The Election of 1800"
12 " 'Give Them the Horrors': The House Decides the Election"
13 " 'The Creed of our Political Faith': Jefferson's Inauguration"
Epilogue: 14 "The Revolution of 1800"




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Presidents United States Election 1800, Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826, Adams, John, 1735-1826, United States Politics and government 1797-1801