History 5b - Federalist and Republicans Running Head:...

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Federalist and Republicans 1 Running Head: Federalist and Republicans Allen Brown February 5 th 2010 HIS 103 US History Pre 1877
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Federalist and Republicans 2 Federalist and Republicans The differences between Thomas Jefferson, founder of the Republican Party, and Alexander Hamilton, founder of the Federalist Party, ranged far outside their philosophies of governmental issues. The differences between these two men range from appearance, to presentation, to philosophies, and even their vision in which direction America would go. These two great leaders, Jefferson the Secretary of State, and Hamilton the Secretary of the Treasury, fathered in the age of political parties; their differences were vast but made the uniquely perfect to head their respected party. Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton varied in many ways, including their appearances and mannerisms. Jefferson gave off an impression of carelessness, very unprofessional. Jefferson wore tattered clothes and was very scatter brained, his mind bounced around
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