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Thomas Jefferson wanted the states to have a weak central government and a strong central government. He thought that the common people should have the power. He favored strict interpretation and thought that independent liberties should be protected. His view is the best because a more powerful central government can keep states in check.
Alexander Hamilton favored strong central government with the power to make economic changes. He thought the rich and wellborn should have the power. He supported weak interpretation and thought that independent liberties should sometimes be limited. His view is the best because when limiting freedom of speech it also limits rebellion.
Thomas Jefferson thought that agriculture should be the backbone of the nation. He didn't want to give the government aid to start business and help it grow. He wanted to eliminate internal taxes and wanted to pay off national debt. He had a great focus on how he wanted the states to focus on.
Alexander Hamilton had a better focus on economy because he thought wanted to use national debt to establish credit. He thought the primary focus for economy should be giving government aid to help with trade, finance, and manufacturing. His view is best for the nation because the states could get a lot of trade and manufacturing could go up.
Thomas Jefferson had a better view on foreign relations because he believed that the US was obligated to help France since they helped the US. He believed that France would be a good trading partner. This point of view was good for the states since they could gt good trade.
Alexander Hamilton had a better view on foreign relations because he supported Britain, the parent country. He thought it would be good to be close to Britain because he thought they would be a good trading partner that would buy their raw goods and finished goods. This is a good point of view because Britain would be a good country to be close to.
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