We should help the French! After all, they had helped us when we were in need! We know what is's like to fight for freedom!
We should NOT help the French! Our country is too new, and getting involved in this war would completely tear us apart!
Thomas Jefferson represented the Democratic Republicans
Sir, you'll have to choose between our plans!
Alexander Hamilton represented the Federalists
They got their support mainly from merchants and manufacturers, and beleived in a strong overall government
The wealthy and well educated run the country! We should follow Britain's example. A national bank and tariffs are great ideas.
Hamilton and Jefferson fight over their values and beliefs. They are both part of the Cabinet, which causes two parties in the Cabinet to form. The parties argued with each other and would try get their "plan" approved
Their support was from small farmers, craft workers, and some wealthy planters. They believed in strong state governments.
People should have the political power. We should help the French, and tariffs and a National Bank would corrupt us.
George Washington had to choose between the two plans, which caused the two parties to form. The parties were known as the Federalists and the Democratic Republicans
Farmers, not merchants are cultivators of the Earth. They are the most valuable citizens. They are the backbone of the new nation.
He feared that a manufacturing economy would corrupt the U.S. by concentrating power in the hands of a small group of wealthy Americans.
The Federalists They beleived that manufacturing, shipping, and trade should be encouraged. The Constitution does not need to be followed word by word,
The growth of cities are very important! The merchant class who helps make cities prosperous is important too!
Alexander Hamilton believed the U.S. should model itself on Britain and the government should encourage manufacturing and trade.
The Democratic Republicans They beleived that agriculture should be emphasized, and the Constitution should be strictly followed.
Thomas Jefferson His beliefs reflected the beliefs of the Democratic Republicans
Alexander Hamilton His beliefs often reflected those of the Federalists