Related formsJef·fer·so·ni·an·ism, nounpro-Jef·fer·so·ni·an, adjective
Examples from the Web for jeffersonian
Healey describes his politics as "libertarian in some aspects, Jacksonian, Jeffersonian, socially liberal, fiscally conservative."
It was an accomplishment of historic proportions, notes historian Abrahamson, of “a transformed Jeffersonian vision.”
Many factors ultimately undermined the first old agrarian Jeffersonian dream.
And that his feelings for Hamilton led to a government and a country that became Hamiltonian rather than Jeffersonian.
Monroe, on the contrary, had attempted to resume the Jeffersonian tradition.Thomas Jefferson|Gilbert Chinard
On December 3, 1805, he sent a message to Congress which seemed to break completely with all Jeffersonian precedents.Union and Democracy|Allen Johnson
This, implied adherence to the Jeffersonian theory that heretofore the world had been governed too much.'Tis Sixty Years Since|Charles Francis Adams
He, with very many of the Jeffersonian school, felt it had diverged from the true track.
He was a lawyer by profession and a Jeffersonian Republican in politics.