Hamilton had a financial plan to solve some problems, this proposed 3 steps. Pay off all war debts, raise governments revenues, and create a national bank. Jefferson disagreed with this because he believed that the constitution did not give the government the power to set up a bank. They stated that the government has only those powers that the constitution clearly says it has.
The Whiskey Rebellion was a protest against the government's tax on whiskey, which was valuable to the livelihood of backcountry farmers. When this happened the government proved that they had the power and the will to enforce the laws. This showed that the government had enough power to do what they wanted.
Give us your money punk!
This was when the French launched a rebellion against their government for liberty and equality- they were inspired by the U.S. Hamilton thought that the trade with Britain was too important to risk war. Jefferson thought that a move to crush the French Revolution was an attack on liberty everywhere. Britain made it hard for the U.S. to remain neutral because the British began seizing the cargo of American Ships.
Alien and Sedition Acts
You do not belong here!
And you are a mean man!
Washington warned two things to them. One thing was that such differences can weaken the nation. The other thing was the agreement with foreign nations could work against U.S. interests.
If you don't do this, then I will say I told you so! I will miss you
This was when three Fench Representatives demanded a bribe from the U.S. in order to stop the attacks on U.S. ships. The U.S. declined and wanted to go to war. They wanted a bribe because if they got it then the minister would hold talks. They weren't going to do it if they didn't get the money.
This was when the President had the power to arrest or deport any alien. This was created because Adams was being criticized by newspapers and immigrants. This violated the first amendment. The nation responded to these acts poorly. Kentucky and Virginia came out and said that this was against the constitution.