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How Jefferson ideas on government differed from federalist ideas?

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Jefferson wanted to make the government more democratic, less favoring people. he wanted everyone to have equal/ the same rights. Jefferson disagreed with the federalists who wanted the government to be based on only the wealthy people.
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