Thomas Jefferson called the election of 1800 a "revolution," meaning a return to the principles of 1776. For the next twenty-four years, he and his close allies James Madison and James Monroe, would hold the office of President. How well did they do? Did their administrations fulfill the promise of the Revolution? We discuss the Jeffersonians with Kevin Gutzman, gutzman.com/rofessor Kevin Gutzman, historian, Professor of History at Western Connecticut State University, and author of The Jeffersonians: The Visionary Presidencies of Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe.