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Ch7. Democracy in Distress:  Violence of Party Politics Yvonne Aleman Section 1: Principle and  Pragmatism: Establishing a New  Government
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Federalists vs. Jeffersonians Federalists encouraged rapid  integration in world  economy  didn’t trust common  people or local  government  modern economy  required strong national  institutions  Jeffersonians  strong nationalist  institutions corrupted  government like in GB Put faith in people that  would resist greed and  materialism and uphold  true republican values
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George Washington Popular, selfless leader in Continental Army Had great responsibility in government Embodied classical republican values: walked with  reserve and dignity Advocated strong central government He alone made policy, resisted congressional effort to  resist executive authority  Quote: “ The alternate domination of one faction over 
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