The Formation of a National Governmen6

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The Formation of a National Government Leaders crafted constitutional, legal basis for young nation Citizen Genet’s antics and Jay's Treaty demonstrated both the difficulties faced by a  small weak nation caught between two great powers and the wide gap in outlook  between Federalists and Republicans.  To the Federalists, Republican backers of the  increasingly violent and radical French Revolution were dangerous radicals (“Jacobins”);  to the Republicans, advocates of amity with England were monarchists who would  subvert the natural rights of Americans.  The Federalists connected virtue and national  development with commerce; the Republicans saw America’s destiny as that of a vast  agrarian republic.  The politics of their conflicting positions became increasingly  vehement. ADAMS AND JEFFERSON
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