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Monroe, James
criticisms of the administration should be made in a manner that lead to change in policy while maintaining harmony within the Republican party, critical of Thomas Jefferson for removing Federalists from lesser offices, deplores party politics but thinks that the existence of the Republican party is essential to preservation of free government, critical of the embargo-it has strengthened the Federalists and divided the Republicans
University of Mary Washington
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Papers of James Monroe
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