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Hamilton's Financial Plan
The Whiskey Rebellion
The French Rebellion
Hamilton has a financial plan that he wants to put into action. Hamilton’s plan was to have the government pay off the war debt, to raise government revenues, and to create a national bank.
The whiskey rebellion started because Washington imposed a tax on whiskey. The farmers made great profits off of whiskey but when the tax was imposed, the farmers disagreed and formed a rebellion. The rebellion grew and threatened to spread to other states and the only way the government could prove that it could keep control was to put a stop to the rebellion.
The French saw how fighting for freedom worked for America so they decided to try it to. Hamilton and Jefferson were debating whether or not we should stay neutral or help Britain. Hamilton said to stay neutral while Jefferson was against going neutral. He stated that we needed to help Britain to keep their trade routes.
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