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The first to accuse Jefferson of having an affair with Hemings was James Callender, an enemy of Jefferson during the bitter political contest of the 1800s. (Other accusations by Callender included the charge that John Adams was "a British spy" and that George Washington "authorized the robbery and ruin of his own army.") Despite the acrimony between the Jeffersonians and Alexander Hamilton's Federalists during the birth of the two-party system, Callender's allegations were thought to have so little credibility that they were not added to the Federalists' arsenal. The charges briefly resurfaced in the 1870s when abolitionist newspapers reached in desperation for any angles that might promote their cause, but they soon died away again because of their lack of substance.


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