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HIS 115 Week 5 CheckPoint - Hamilton Finan Prog War 1812 Nationalism

HIS 115 Week 5 CheckPoint - Hamilton Finan Prog War 1812 Nationalism

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Week Five, CheckPoint Hamilton’s Financial Program, War of 1812, American Nationalism Due Date: Day 4, Assignments Link Points Possible: 20 Points Earned: XX 1) Complete the statements below. ***Type your answers underneath the statements, not in the blanks. 2) Submit your completed CheckPoint as an attachment at the Assignments Link. ********************************************************************************************************************** 1. To achieve the goals of encouraging manufacture and commerce in order to make the United States economically strong and independent of Europe, Alexander Hamilton knew that the federal government would have to solve its two biggest financial problems, those being ________ and _________. 2. A word for the faith that the government would repay its debts is _________. 3. Hamilton proposed that the federal debt be paid in full and that the federal government pay the war debts owed by the ___________. 4. Congress approved the charter for the first Bank of the United States in the year ______. 5. Hamilton’s bank program divided the supporters of the Constitution and two factions emerged: the _________ and the _________.
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