How did world events make it possible for President Jefferson to double the size of the US?
Because France need money to fight in wars they were in they agreed to sell a large portion of their land in America to President Jefferson. It is known as the Louisiana Purchase.
Thomas Jefferson. The Bible is called the Jefferson Bible or the Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth. He cut and pasted sections from various translations of the Bible. He did not include supernatural events and other events he concluded where added by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John (aka The Four Evangelists).
The election between Jefferson and Adams is often referred to as the "Revolution of 1800" because the election was in many ways like a war. Adams and Jefferson were basically at war with each other in order to become president. When Jefferson won and Adams lost, it was like a revolution. Adams was like the "ruler" and Jefferson the "underdog". Having the new guy win was in fact very much like a revolution.
What was founding father John Penn's contribution to the events leading up to the American Revolution?
In an article which appeared in the Raleigh newspaper before the death of Thomas Jefferson, the former President said that North Carolina's voye for independence was critical and that Jefferson said that Penn was the deciding factor in getting North Carolina to vote yes and in getting William Hooper (who was hesoitant) to abstain.
There were two major events that took place after the US Civil War ended. One dramatic event was the assassination of US President Lincoln. The other historic event was the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson. Both events were unique in that no US President had ever been assassinated up until Lincoln's killing, and Johnson was the first US President to be impeached.
Describes the sequence of events that would install the vice president as acting president against the will of the president?
What later caused Thomas Jefferson believe that he and the US Congress acted above the US Constitution in the Louisiana Purchase?
The US and its governing document, the US Constitution was so new in 1803, it is understandable that what was constitutional and what was not had even its Framers in doubt concerning the legality of the Louisiana Purchase. Jefferson, ever the scholar and man of utility at the same time saw that the executive branch and the legislative branch had acquired a huge new territorial acquisition never contemplated by the Framers. The Louisiana Purchase almost…