Politics in the 1790s - Opposed to AHs fiscal policies...

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Politics in the 1790s Hamiltonian-Federalists and Jeffersonian-Republicans Federalists Supremacy of nat’l gov’t Broad interpretation of Constitution Criticized as pro-British Favored commercial/industrial development Jeffersonian-Republicans Suspicious of nat’l gov’t Favored priority of civil liberties Favored independent farming/artisans Strict interpretation of Constitution Criticized as pro-French
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Unformatted text preview: Opposed to AHs fiscal policies Alexander Hamilton, Report on Public Credit, 1790 Report on Manufactures, 1791 Funding Assumption National Bank Protective tariffs Government as instrumental Thomas Jefferson in 1790s Ideal of agrarian republic Government as obstructive Support for French Revolution...
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