I fear the federal government has too much power, when the states should be authorized with the most power. As I always say, "the good sense of the people will always be found to be the best army." All this country needs is direction and that is easily provided in the Constitution.
I agree with Thomas Jefferson's idea on creating a farming life for most citizens to create more economy in the U.S. This way we don't have to rely on another country for food because we would have an abundance of our own and this is better for the environment.
Our economy will grow if we focus on agricultural studies and farming. With this our people would be living in rural, low domesticated areas. Farming would be our greatest virtue
As the Secretary of the state I believe the U.S. should become trade partners with France. They would be profitable for their demand for agriculture and we have already been allies with the French before.
I agree with Hamilton's position on how strictly we should follow the constitution because as society develops we will need new law enforcements and the constitution is strictly followed then will women and children have the same rights?
This country needs help from the federal government, tons of it! We can't trust the people with powers of the federal government,they are after all, consumed only with personal interest! As time passes behaviors and laws enforcments will change so the constitution should vaguily be examined.
Our economy should be based off of manufacturing and industrial buisness. Our creativity and technology would definently enhance and more scientific discoveries will be made! We would be able to develop urban cities filled with people.
Once again I sgree with you Thomas Jefferson on the country the U.S. should create a foreign policy with. The French indeed had a demand for agricultural goods which the U.S. has an abundance of. France is also closer to get to by boat so their would be less of a cost for sea travel.
Britain is the most profitable trade partner for the U.S. for it's demand for raw materials and goods. Britain was the U.S.'s parent country and in doing this we could reunite with Britain once again.