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The specific vision for the future of this country of Alexander HamiltonThe main focus of Alexander Hamilton in 1794 was economic. And he consideredthe United States as a federal republic. As we all know, Alexander Hamilton was anexcellent economist. He was considered as the father of the stock changes in theUnited States. It was not difficult to understand that the reason why he wanted tofocus more on economic. He had developed the American economic system whichwas influenced by the Constitution. He made the national government took all thedebts from the Revolution which was a heaver burden. What’s more, he hadestablished the Bank of the United States. As a Federalist, he had developed theindustries as well as the balance between politics and economics in the United States.In a word, Hamilton believed a more centered and stronger government.The specific vision for the future of this country of Thomas JeffersonDifferent from Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson didn’t want a very center

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Term
Fall
Professor
Kohnen
Tags
American Civil War, President of the United States

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