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Hamilton's Financial Plan
I have a 3 step plan.
BUT I PERSONALLY DISAGREE WITH IT!!!!!!!!!!
The Whiskey Rebellion
WE TOLD YOU WE COULD KEEP ORDER!!!
We guess you guys did. huh
I support neutrality!!
I oppose to neutrality.
In Alexander Hamilton's plan he had 3 steps in it. The 3 steps were to pay off war debts, raise government revenues, and to create a national bank. One bad thing about the plan was that Thomas Jefferson disagreed because of the Constitution. They both had different interpretations of the Constitution too. This connects to our main idea because George Washington wanted to keep the plan around so future presidents and America could follow it.
The government proved it could keep order---a necessity if the U.S. was to avoid instability. This connects to our main idea by meaning George Washington wanted a strong government and so then he got the government he wanted. This connects to the government because it shows what we proved.
Hamilton and Jefferson's feelings about Britain and France were very different from each other. Same with neutrality they both had different feelings about it. Hamilton supported neutrality and Jefferson opposed to it. This connects to our main idea because George Washington wanted America and future presidents to know about Britain, France, and neutrality.
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