1998 DBQ

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Subject: American History
Date: March 16, 2003
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Another one of his famous acts was the Embargo Act. According to the political cartoon by Alexander Anderson, (Document C) the Americans were greatly hurt by the Embargo Act. It nearly sent them into an economic depression. Jefferson helped pass this act, which went entirely against his belief of a weak government...
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Jefferson helped pass this act, which went entirely against his belief of a weak government. By passing the Embargo Act, Jefferson demonstrated the federal government's power over the people and the states. Jefferson showed that a strong central government was needed, a belief of a Federalist, not a Democratic-Republican...
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