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1789: George Washington And The First Presidential Election Under The New Constitution – Guest Essayist: James D. Best
1792, George Washington Sets The Tone For America As Its First Elected President – Guest Essayist: Professor Joerg Knipprath
Constituting America’s Sixth 90 Day Study: The Intrigue of Presidential Elections and Their Constitutional Impact
1800, Thomas Jefferson Defeats John Adams: The First Peaceful Transfer Of The Presidency From One Political Party To Another – Guest Essayist: Kevin Gutzman
1796, John Adams Defeats Thomas Jefferson: Surviving America’s First Election Between Competing Political Parties – Guest Essayist: Professor Joerg Knipprath
Election Of 1800: Constitutional Implications Of The Alien & Sedition Acts – Guest Essayist: Tony Williams
1804, The Constitutional Significance Of The Louisiana Purchase: An Election Issue – Guest Essayist: Professor Robert McDonald
1800, Electoral College Tie Between Jefferson And Burr, Throwing An Election Into The House Of Representatives For The First Time – Guest Essayist: Professor Joerg Knipprath
1804, Thomas Jefferson Defeats Charles Pinckney: The Significance Of The 12th Amendment – Guest Essayist: James Legee
1808, James Madison Defeats Charles Pinckney: The Embargo Act Of 1807 – Guest Essayist: Tony Williams