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In page Jacobin (politics):


Federalists often characterized Thomas Jefferson, who himself had intervened in the French Revolution,[1] and his Democratic-Republican party as Jacobins.[2] Early Federalist-leaning American newspapers during the French Revolution referred to the Democratic-Republican party as the "Jacobin Party".[3] The most notable examples are the Gazette of the United States, published in Philadelphia, and the Delaware and Eastern-Shore Advertiser, published in Wilmington, during the elections of 1800.[citation needed]