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Middle politico Bivens Printing Co, Brayden A. Moore

May 18, 2013

Volume 1, Issue 1

J e f f e r s o n ’s N e w Po l i c i e s Thomas Jefferson was brought to presidency in 1801. As being the strong willed individual he was, he favored a strong central government. He began the strong government by attempting to eliminate national debt, he thought about national debt as a potential threat of destruction for the U.S. The same year he was inaugurated, the Sedition Acts had already expired, and one of the Alien Acts was reactivated. Which were ignored as to tend for the hatred of national debt. One change he made was stopping the debt to foreign credit, a policy of Alexander Hamilton. The U..S. People liked this because they finally had someone to help rid of the national debt crisis. This policy still exists today.

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Once he became president, Louisiana west of the Mississippi River, and belonged to Spain back from the Louisiana Purchase, which had acquired it by the Treaty of Paris 1783. When France closed the port of New Orleans to U.S. commercial trade in 1802, Jefferson realized that something very unusual must be planned by France. The French came up with a $15 million bill for the territory he wanted. He accepted \with a lot of consideration. Everyone of the territory was of Mexican, Spanish, or French dissent, while still being under the rule of Spanish authorities. This created the Louisiana Government Bill. Which established a collection of taxes to remind the territory they belonged to the U.S. This still exists today, the people did not like the taxes at all, why would anyone? As a conclusion, Thomas Jefferson created the Louisiana Purchase, Louisiana Government Bill, and also banned slave trade in the west for quite a while. Two out of three people were happy about , the last not so much it may have even proved unfair to these people. And lastly, in a way the Louisiana Government Bill still exists today.

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