Both must protect, and to violate would be

Both leading candidates,
Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr had both each received 73 electoral votes. But
at the end Thomas Jefferson became the President of the Unites States. Thomas
Jefferson’s Inaugural Address reflects the “Revolution of 1800” because it all
started when the Federalist began to fear that Jefferson would want to change
American by breaking up the army and changing the financial system. During that
time, everyone was worry about election and would also worry if it will cause a
revolution. After winning, in his speech he stated, “All, too, will bear
in mind this sacred principle, that through the will of the majority is in all
cases to prevail, that will to be rightful must be reasonable; that the
minority possess their equal rights, which equal law must protect, and to
violate would be oppression.” This part explains how the case was reasonable
and that there are laws which will be passed and there will be laws for people
to be fair.