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In 1800 there were newspapers and periodicals that regularly published political articles. Pamphlets and flyers were printed and handed out on the streets and to some extent mailed out. Notices and signs were posted in public places and people took the time to read them. Candidates would make speeches and people would talk to each other. (Of course there was no TV or radio or internet . Candidate did not do much campaigning themselves because it was unseemly to extol ones own virtues. )

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After John Adams won the Emmy for best miniseries, Tom Hanks said, "The election between Jefferson and Adams was filled with innuendo, lies, a bitter partisan press and disinformation. How far we've come since then." Here's what he was talking about.

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letter writing campgains to leading citizens and newspapers

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How did political candidates campaign in the election of 1800?

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Letter-writing campaign

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by letters and pamphlets.

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