Alexander Hamilton was for federal he wanted a strong federal government he did not like states power. It is said from him a Perfect union would be one with no states.
Alexander Hamilton's view on State V. Federal Power
Thomas Jefferson's view on State V. Federal Power
Thomas Jefferson had a different view he had it for the states. And he believes that they should have even more power if not it would seem right and if it did have a weak central government it would probably get ran over and U.S. and it's people would not get respect that should be given
Alexander Hamilton and the federalists to create a bank because they thought it was a way to stablilize the nation and it's credit. It would help our government loans and taxes.
Thomas Jefferson and the Republicans oppositon of the bank violated the consitiution and as the creation of the bank the federal government had no expressed powers.
National Capital in now in Washington D.C.
Thomas Jefferson hosted a dinner party and Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson and James madison were all there. Hamilton was a Federalist. The other two are Democratic republicans. They needed to fix the assumption issue . That was to pay of the states debt.