Hamilton wanted to achieve two goals with his financial program

Hamilton wanted to achieve two goals with his financial program

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Hamilton wanted to achieve two goals with his financial program. He wanted to link the needs of the wealthy with the interest of the new government. He also wanted to establish commerce and manufacturing in the United States. He also had to make sure that the United States had credit and revenue. Without good credit the United States would not be able to borrow money from neighboring countries because there was no guarantee that they would get repaid. If the states did not have revenue then the
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Unformatted text preview: financial program would not be effective. The financial program of Hamilton played a large role in the development of the two parties. One of the parties was with Hamilton and his financial program. The other parties was opposing his financial program. They felt that Hamilton’s program aided the wealthy and that it also created a class of people that came from the government....
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