Domestic Policies 8th history

Domestic Policies 8th history - • He only served two...

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Domestic Policies He helped raise money through taxes He created a national bank He promoted protective tariffs Foreign Policies He believed that involvement with other countries would hurt the U.S. He wanted the U.S. to remain neutral Federalist point of view Believed in a strong central government Thought there should be national banks Had loose interpretations of the constitution They were supported by industrialist Wanted protective tariffs Wanted a British alliance Democratic-Republican point of view Believed in a strong state government Wanted state banks Wanted strict interpretations of the Constitution They were supported by farmers Believed in free trade Wanted a French alliance Five precedents of Washington
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Unformatted text preview: • He only served two terms • He posed for a portrait that is now on the dollar bill • He gave a farewell address • He warned against the formation of political parties • He mentioned the need to keep taxes Reasonable • It would hurt the U.S economy to get involved in foreign affairs • It would separate views if they joined sides. • For example there would be people who wanted o join one side and others would want to join a different one. Domestic and Foreign Policies Foreign Policies Federalist point of view Democratic-Republican point of view Five precedents of Washington Importance of Neutrality Washington Biography George Washington By: Matthew Ferris, Tyler Johnson, Lucas Eberle...
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2011 for the course ENGLISH 14231 taught by Professor Bissett during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Plano.

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