Jefferson and Hamilton's feud

Jefferson and Hamilton's feud
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As the U.S starts to settle as its own country, many conflicts arise. Soon Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton created their own ideas of how things should be run. Jefferson believed in states rights for the poorer people, and Hamilton only wanted the best, richest and smartest people. They also had arguments on how taxes should have been done.

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  • penniless people actually work!
  • No, we don't, what we need are businesses!
  • we need banks!
  • rich people deserve rights!
  • penniless people actually work!
  • lets settle this once and for all!
  • yes, lets hold a town hall meeting!
  • rich people deserve rights!
  • what could it hurt? We could both get what we want.
  • lets stop this arguing and come to an agreement.
  • If the national government can take over the states, and pay the debts of the state, you can do as you like.
  • As long as I can obtain the national capital, for the south, with Madison, then I'm fine too.
  • I'm glad they could come to an agreement! 
  • What is he talking about? Just let me sleep!!
  • And that's how Jefferson and Hamilton's agreement went.
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