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back military and army, along with enforcing a limit on power of a small central government. Doesn’t like the excise tax, so he eliminates tax collectors.*Not influenced by HamiltonDocument 3:Source: Four Barbary States of North Africa ca. 1805(See text p.212 for full-size map.)**Under Jefferson’s Presidency**-Battle of Tripoli-Jefferson attacked with small navy ships after the Barbary states of North Africa. - Builds up navy -Usually neutral, but he attacked.*Influenced by HamiltonDocument 4:Isaac Cruikshank“The Happy Effects of That Grand System of Shutting Ports Against the English” 1808Source: Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires, v.8, no. 11039. Published by Walker, 1808 Oct.15, London. Forms part of the British Cartoon Prints Collection. **Under Jefferson’s Presidency-Embargo Act-Usually neutral, but he closed all ports with France and England.-He wanted to hurt England/France economy -Hurts their own manufacturing*Not influenced by HamiltonDocument 5:John Randolph, Virginia Jeffersonian Republican congressman, speech before Congress onthe 1816 tariff billSource: Annals of America, vol. 427-428**Under Madison’s presidency-against the tariff of 1816