Adams vs. Jefferson: The Tumultuous Election of 1800

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Page numbers in italics refer to photographs and tables. Page numbers in bold refer to entire chapters.
abolitionism, 7–8. See also slavery
Adams, Abigail: Adams' candidacy, 69, Adams' retirement, 197, 213; on campaigning, 135; death, 214–15; on elections, 1–2, 127, 130–31, 137, 142, 160, 163–64; on Hamilton, 89, 114; health, 115–17; Jefferson and, 18, 27–28, 198; portrait, 116; relationship with husband, 78–79; UltraFederalists and, 120–21; on Washington, D.C., 17
Adams, Charles (son of JA and AA), 80, 123, 139, 163
Adams, John: age at election, 183; Alien and Sedition Acts and, 122, 145–46; American Revolution and, 22, 25–26, 215; appearance, 201; attacks on, 89–90, 103, 108, 110, 140–42, 145, 149–50; background, 14, 19, 21, 166–67; cabinet, 122, 126, 132–33, 150, 204; Callender and, 136–37; campaign efforts, 132–33, 139; candidacy, 69–70, 77–82, 83– 86; Continental Congress, 22; correspondence, 78, 80–81, 95, 214; criticized, 107, 136–37; daily routine, 80; Davila essays and, 50–51, 80–81; death, 214–15; defense of presidency, 208; diplomatic efforts, 102–3, 106–7, 107–9, 118–19; election of 1796, 87–94; election of 1800, 1–3, 126–34, 137–39, 142, 156–61, 162–74,164,175–96, 208; on factionalism, 82; family, 19–21, 80; farm, 79–80; finances, 71, 79–80; French relations, 27–35, 102–3, 118–19; French Revolution and, 29, 33, 35, 81–82; Hamilton and, 41, 58, 87–88, 102–3, 107, 114, 119–20, 124, 140–44, 168–69, 199–200, 212–13; on Hamilton's Letter,199–200; health problems, 78–81, 117, 212–13; ideological positions, 208–9; inauguration, 97; Jefferson and, 18–35,50–51, 79, 82, 95–97, 107–8, 114, 145–46, 199, 201, 213–14; judicial appointments, 199; leadership qualities, 22–23; legacy, 215; militarism, 102–3; monarchical beliefs, 50, 89–90;

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Adams Vs. Jefferson *
  • Title Page *
  • Contents ix
  • Editors' Note xi
  • Illustrations and Maps xiii
  • Preface xvii
  • Adams Vs. Jefferson *
  • 1 - Election Eve, 1800 1
  • 2 - “an Affection That Can Never Die” 18
  • 3 - Creating the New National System, 1786–1792 36
  • 4 - Partisanship, 1793–1796 57
  • 5 - Jefferson and Adams on the Eve of the Battle in 1796 69
  • 6 - The First Contested Presidential Election, 1796 83
  • 7 - The Partisan Inferno, 1797–1798 99
  • 8 - Summer 1798 to Autumn 1799 113
  • 9 - Winter and Spring, 1800 126
  • 10 - The Campaign of 1800 135
  • 11 - The Election of 1800 162
  • 12 - The House Decides the Election 175
  • 13 - Jefferson's Inauguration 197
  • Epilogue - “the Revolution of 1800” 207
  • Abbreviations 217
  • Notes 221
  • Index 251
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