Party madison and jefferson were rebelling against

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Party, Madison and Jefferson were rebelling against various things such as excise duty on distilled spirits. They also rebelled against tyranny and advocated for the principles that were advocated for by the 1789 French Revolution, liberty, equality, and fraternity. Hamilton’s political movement propagated the establishment of large business empires, big banks, and large government. Jefferson's political movement, on the other hand, propagated state rights and a small government. It is important to note that Hamilton was secretary of treasury whereas Jefferson was secretary of state. Whereas Hamilton dealt with
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6 tax network, trade network and debt plans, Jefferson dealt with trade deals and also dealt with British creditors to settle debts. Therefore, it goes without saying that the responsibilities of both Hamilton and Jefferson were overlapping. This intensified animosity between them. Both Hamilton and Madison had different ideas on the kind of domestic policy that America should adopt. Hamilton emphasized on paying war debts as well as imposing a tax to raise revenue for the federal government. Jefferson, on the other hand, was against imposing debt on the state that had already paid off their debts through the policy of assumption. Jefferson also spearheaded the Whisky rebellion which was against Hamilton's idea of imposing the tax on diluted spirits. Harts’ idea of Liberal Tradition in America argues that America was a fragment of Europe because it had been colonized by the Europeans. Colonization disabled America from fully evolving regarding class structure as well as ideologically. Harts argues that liberal democracy is the only political tradition of America. Liberal Traditions have unified America and also served as a purifying agent. The Liberal Tradition propounded John Locke’s theory of socialism which propounded equality for all. During His campaign, Donald Trump made it clear referred to Islam as cancer that was spreading through Europe yet nobody was acting upon it. Furthermore, he blamed those incidents of school bombings to the Islam and expressed his disappointments that the then government did nothing about the Islam attacking children in schools. Furthermore, Donald Trump expressed his disapproval of immigrants strongly and vowed to take strong measures against them. Irrespective of such ideologies which were opposite of the thought of America as a liberal country, Donald Trump was still elected as president of the United States of America. Thus, by merely electing Donald Trump as President of The United States of
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7 America, the citizens came up strong in posing a challenge to the assertion of the idea of liberal tradition in America. Fascism is a form of dictatorship in leadership. It is an authoritarian form of leadership that suppresses any opposition. The leadership takes total control of the industry and the economy. Fascism developed after World War 1 in Italy and Germany. Fascism does not agree with liberalism and Marxism.
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