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[Professor’s Name] [Writer’s Name] [Course Title] [Date] History Introduction: After the creation of the United States of America in 1776 and the election of George Washington in 1789, there was a fierce battle in the States about the role that a government should play in domestic and foreign policies of the country. there were two camps who came head to head over advocating different ideologies; on one side there was Alexander Hamilton, the secretary of treasury under Washington who advocated a strong centralized government, while on the other hand there was Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the US who was against a centralized government and favored a republican government that will have more to do with foreign affairs and less with the laws that have been imposed in any state of the country. Body: This collision of ideologies started in the 1790’s after George Washington became the first president. Both the men represented different ideologies, keeping in mind the important factor that both men being considered the founding fathers of United States. George Hamilton represented the urban elite of the states while Jefferson represented the rural agrarian populace, mostly the Southern States of the newly founded country. According to George Washington, The republican is the only form of government which is not eternally at open or secret war with the rights of mankind.
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Jefferson opposed the centralized form of government reasons behind which were more related to the notions of freedom laid down by the constitution. Jefferson did everything that was in his power to make sure that America did not become the new England under George III, which
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