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Jefferson s kentucky resolves

Jefferson’s Kentucky Resolves...

That the...states

composing the United States of America

are not united on...


to their general government

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that, by a [contract]

under the...title

of a Constitution for the United States,

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they [made] a general government

[and] delegated to that government certain definite powers

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reserving, each State to itself,

the...right to

their own self-government

(10th Amendment)

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and that

whenever the general government

assumes undelegated powers,

its acts are



and of no force

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according the Jefferson,

only the states

can decide if the federal government

has overstepped its powers

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Federalists argued

that “We the PEOPLE”—not the states—

had made the contract

with the federal government—and that

it was up to the Supreme Court

to nullify unconstitutional laws

Jefferson s election revolution of 1800

Jefferson’s Election: Revolution of 1800

(1) Peaceful transfer of power

(from one political party to the opposing one)

through ballots, not bullets

(2) Jefferson’s famous Inaugural quote:

“We are all Republicans;

we are all Federalists.”

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