Asked in Thomas Jefferson
Why did Jefferson call the election of 1800 a peaceful election?
Jefferson called the election of 1800 a peaceful election because the transfer of power from the federalists to the democratic republicans was non-violent and occured through an election. ...
Asked in Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson's Revolution of 1800 was remarkable in that?
it marked the peaceful and orderly transfer of power on the basis of election results accepted by all parties ...
What was the election of 1800?
fv The election of 1800 is when Thomas Jefferson was elected as president, marking the shift in power from the Federalist Party to the Republican Party. It is important to note that this was a PEACEFUL transfer of power, and that Federalist policies and ideas still lived on for years. ...
Asked in Thomas Jefferson
Why was the presidential election of 1800 considered to be another revolution?
It was the first election in which the incumbent party lost the presidential election. To call that a "revolution" is quite an exaggeration. If anything, the peaceful transfer of power demonstrated that the Constitution was working as intended (more or less). ...
Asked in United Kingdom
The peaceful transfer of power that changed englands government?
The Glorious Revolution of 1688 was a peaceful transfer of power that changed England's government. There was no blood spilled during the Glorious revolution and when William and Mary took the throne, they agreed to a constitutional monarchy and a bill of rights. ...
Asked in History of the United States
Why was the peaceful transfer of power from the federalists to the Jeffersonian Republican such an important milestone in American history?
It was the first time in American history that there had been a peaceful transfer of power from one political party to another, something that would and will continue on for years up until and past today. ...
Was the election of Jefferson and burr revolutionary?
yes it was since Hamilton convinced the federalists to support Jefferson and win the election of 1800; the election became known as the revolution of 1800 and as a peaceful change of power. ...
Asked in Federal Laws
Why was it important to have a peaceful election in 1800 that followed the rules set out in the Constitution?
It was important to have a peaceful election because the election of 1800 marked the first time there was to be a transition of power, and the two opposing sides had waged a bitter battle. America was the first new nation, and the first democracy in modern times, so it was important the election went well. ...
Asked in American Revolution
The most revolutionary development in critical election of 1800 was?
The peaceful transition of power from one political party to another (Federalists to Rebublican-Democrats) ...
Asked in US Presidents, The Difference Between
Why were the elections of 1796 and 1800 significant?
1796 was the first year in which two candidates with different points of view ran for president. It was also the first year election that led to a peaceful transfer of power and proved the new constitution. The 1800 election produced a somewhat radical change in government style and philosophy. It is sometimes called the revolution of 1800. ...
Asked in Ghana
What statement best describes Ghana in the years since its independence?
Its one party government has created instability but the peaceful transfer of power between leaders in 2001 was a positive sign ...
Asked in Roman Empire, Ancient Rome
Why were the Romans often unable to peacefully transfer power from one emperor to the next and kinds of problems did this cause?
A peaceful transition of power was often not possible because the former emperor had not left a designated heir or the heir he designated was considered unacceptable. A peaceful transition of power was often not possible because the former emperor had not left a designated heir or the heir he designated was considered unacceptable. A peaceful transition of power was often not possible because the former emperor had not left a designated heir or the heir he designated was considered unacceptable. A peaceful transition...
Why was Thomas Jefferson's election in 1800 considered a republican revolution?
It represented the first peaceful transfer of power between political parties (in this case the Jeffersonian Republicans displaced the Federalists). It was intended that in a republican society changes in power(technically a revolution) would be determined by the votes of the people as opposed to the old standard of war. The American Constitution gave the people the power to change all of their leaders simply by voting in an election. In nearly every other country, turning out the leaders required a violent revolt at...
What happens in the event of a vacancy occurring in either chamber of congress?
Whenever a seat in the U.S. Senate or House of Representatives is vacated due to death, resignation or removal, the State Governor issues a Writ of Election, and a special election is held to fill the seat for the remainder of the term. The special election can coincide with a regular congressional election. In the case of a vacated Senate seat, the Governor can appoint someone to temporarily fill the seat until an election can be held if the state legislature grants...
Why did Jefferson call the election a peaceful revolution?
The American Constitution gave the people the power to change all of their leaders simply by voting in an election. In nearly every other country, turning out the leaders required a violent revolt at that time. The elections that we take for granted were a fantastic new thing at the time the Constitution was created. ...