Progressive Era 1920s notes Essay

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The falling out between Washington and Jefferson. Washington's actions with England (Jay's Treaty) enraged Jefferson. Jefferson believed in a Federalist conspiracy to overthrow the government, and he didn't think Washington knew about it. After Washington squashed the Whiskey Rebellion, Jefferson concluded that Washington had grown senile and totalitarian. He spread these thoughts around, and while he denied all allegations, washing knew he was the culprit. The falling out between Washington and Jefferson. Washington's actions with England (Jay's Treaty) enraged Jefferson. Jefferson believed in a Federalist conspiracy to overthrow the government, and he didn't think Washington knew about it. After Washington squashed the Whiskey Rebellion, Jefferson concluded that Washington had grown senile and totalitarian. He spread these thoughts around, and while he denied all allegations, washing knew he was the culprit.The falling out between Washington and Jefferson. Washington's actions with England (Jay's Treaty) enraged Jefferson. Jefferson believed in a Federalist conspiracy to overthrow the government, and he didn't think Washington knew about it. After Washington squashed the Whiskey Rebellion, Jefferson concluded that Washington had The falling out between Washington and Jefferson. Washington's actions with England (Jay's Treaty) enraged Jefferson. Jefferson believed in a Federalist conspiracy to overthrow the government, and he didn't think Washington knew about it. After Washington squashed the Whiskey Rebellion, Jefferson concluded that Washington had grown senile and totalitarian. He spread these thoughts around, and while he denied all allegations, washing knew he was the culprit.grown senile and totalitarian. He spread these thoughts around, and while he denied all allegations, washing knew he was the culprit.The falling out between Washington and Jefferson. Washington's actions with England (Jay's Treaty) enraged Jefferson. Jefferson believed in a Federalist conspiracy to overthrow the government, and he didn't think Washington knew about it. After Washington squashed the Whiskey Rebellion, Jefferson concluded that Washington had grown senile and totalitarian. He spread these thoughts around, and while he denied all allegations, washing knew he was the culprit. The falling out between Washington and Jefferson. Washington's actions with England (Jay's Treaty) enraged Jefferson. Jefferson believed in a Federalist conspiracy to overthrow the government, and he didn't think Washington knew about it. After Washington squashed the Whiskey Rebellion, Jefferson concluded that Washington had grown senile and totalitarian. He spread these thoughts around, and while he denied all allegations, washing knew he was the culprit.The falling out between Washington and Jefferson. Washington's actions with England (Jay's Treaty) enraged Jefferson. Jefferson believed in a Federalist conspiracy to overthrow the government, and he didn't think Washington knew about it. After Washington squashed the Whiskey Rebellion, Jefferson concluded that Washington had The falling out between Washington and Jefferson. Washington's actions with England (Jay's Treaty) enraged Jefferson. Jefferson believed in a Federalist conspiracy to overthrow the government, and he didn't think Washington knew about it. After Washington squashed the Whiskey Rebellion, Jefferson concluded that Washington had grown senile and totalitarian. He spread these thoughts around, and while he denied all allegations, washing knew he was the culprit.grown senile and totalitarian. He spread these thoughts around, and while he denied all allegations, washing knew he was the culprit.The falling out between Washington and Jefferson. Washington's actions with England (Jay's Treaty) enraged Jefferson. Jefferson believed in a Federalist conspiracy to overthrow the government, and he didn't think Washington knew about it. After Washington squashed the Whiskey Rebellion, Jefferson concluded…