Jefferson vs. Hamilton

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  • Jefferson: Ideal Economy
  • Farms will produce everything we need! Especially if we use slaves to harvest it!
  • Jefferson: National Gov. Strength
  • Giving power to the states will keep us from the tyranny we just escaped!
  • Jefferson: Foreign Alliances
  • France is the best choice for an ally!
  • NAPOLEON
  • Oui oui!
  • Jefferson wanted an economy based on agriculture and farming. He wanted to avoid international trade and make whatever resources they needed within the United States.
  • Hamilton: Ideal Economy
  • International trade will make the US more powerful adn help bring us out of debt!
  • He believed that the national government should be small and central and give most power to the states in order to avoid another tyranny.
  • Hamilton: National Gov. Strength
  • Jefferson wanted to ally with France due to the fact that France gave so much support and supply to the Americans during the revolution, so he believed they should help them in their own revolution. Also, France had a vast amount of land that Jefferson wanted.
  • Hamilton: Foreign Alliances
  • Hamilton wanted an economy based on international trade. He believed that the US could be a powerhouse for manufacturing.
  • He believed that their should be a large and powerful government led by the rich and educated. He thought that they would be the best qualified to make good decisions.
  • Men like him should have mass amounts of power to rule this nation!
  • In Hamilton's mind Britain would be the most logical country to ally with considering all of their trade ties and how powerful of an empire they had.
  • England is too important of a trading partner for us to not ally with them! They are the obvious choice!
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