Jefferson vs. Hamilton

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  • Jefferson's View on Our Foreign Allience
  • Jefferson's View on the Strength of the National Government
  • Jefferson's View on Our Country's Leader
  • Jefferson felt that we should ally with France because they helped us win the Revolutionary War.
  • Hamilton's View on Our Foreign Alliance
  • Jefferson wanted the national government to have as little power as possible. He was very in favor of the states controlling our country rather than the national government.
  • Hamilton's View on the Strength of the National Government
  • Jefferson was a Republican-Democrat and wanted to have a country with a well balanced power source. He felt that since it is their country, the people should decide who becomes President.
  • Hamilton's View on Our Country's Leader
  • Hamilton was very adequate on our country being allies with Great Britain because he wanted the United States to be just like them. Great Britain was very respected among other countries, and they had a very powerful army.
  • Hamilton was very worried about there being rebellions in the states because they could not agree on a subject, so he thought that most of the country's power should be given to the national government
  • Hamilton was a very bright and well respected man, so he thought our country should elect a leader like him. A wealthy, rich, and well-educated man.
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