Hamilton vs. Jefferson 3

Hamilton vs. Jefferson 3
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  • Jefferson - favored farming
  • I support farrmers!
  • National Bank
  • 
  • BANK
  • That would be great!
  • That would be awful!
  • Hamilton - loose construction
  • 
  • BANK
  • Loose construction is the way to go!
  • Jefferson favored farming and thought the government might be depending too much on business. He wanted to help farmers by keeping taxes low.
  • Loose Construction
  • LOOSE CONSTRUCTION
  • Hamilton thought that the U.S. should have a national bank where the government could deposit its money and it could make coins.
  • Strict Construction
  • Strict construction is better!
  • SC
  • Jefferson didn’t like this idea and thought that it gave too much power to the federal government.
  • Hamilton vs. Jefferson
  • We did it!
  • Hamilton believed in loose construction which meant that the federal government could take reasonable actions that the constitution does not specifically forbid.
  • Jefferson believed in strict construction which meant that the federal government should do only what the constitution specifically says it can do.
  • SC
  • In the end both Hamilton and Jefferson ideas helped create a strong U.S. government. The U.S. government would not be as powerful without them.
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