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    “Alexander Hamilton, a political tyrant of the 1790s, gave Thomas Jefferson no other recourse but to form his own political party to oppose the Federalist Party’s repressive policies.” This historian’s interpretation of Alexander Hamilton and the Federalist Party is biased and not factual. Hamilton was not a political “tyrant.” However, he was a strong-willed and obstinate individual. In addition, the Federalist Party did not have “repressive” policies. Alexander Hamilton and the Federalist Party played a key role in constructing the United States of America by promoting industrialization, foreign relationships, and creating a government for the well being of the nation. Alexander Hamilton was a brilliant man. He was one of the seven Founding…

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    The Federalist Party

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    Federalist Party In the wake of the early beginnings of America, many agendas clamored for attention as to the direction the nation should take, and the Federalist Party played a major part. One of the formidable political parties of its time, Federalist Party ideologies were largely elitist. For Federalists, the defining characteristic was their championship for a stronger central government, with the view that it would lead to a more powerful nation. As a party, Federalists generally frowned…

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    The Federalists and Democratic- Republican Parties had many different views but one of the main differences were their view of how we should have the government be governed. The Federalists believed in the rule of the wealthy. The Democrat- Republicans believed in the idea of rule of the people or democracy. In this paper I will tell you about the similarities and differences about the views of how the government should be represented. The Federalists believed in the idea of the rule of the…

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    The Federalist Party

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    During the time of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution, America’s citizens’ points of view became different on political views. People who favored limitation on the powers of the state along with a strong central government supported the Federalist. Building the basis of the government and economy, Federalists improved the commonness of foreign policies while editing the national judicial system. This essay provides a detailed explanation of the political philosophy of the members of the…

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    The Jeffersonians were very successful in achieving their goals of economic growth, expansion of land, and reducing military and naval power. The Jeffersonians vetoed the tax on whisky because it was enacted by the Federalist party. The Federalist party to the Jeffersonians were thought of as politicians for the wealthier. The tax on whiskey was a rouse from the federalist to increase their gains and hamper the common folk. Therefore leading to the veto by the Jeffersonian group who were for…

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    United States of America to not use factions, as this concept would not be beneficial for the newly made independent nation. Historical figures such as Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson decided not to listen to Washington’s plead. Both men created two political parties that reflected one another’s beliefs. Hamilton stood behind the Federalist party as Jefferson did the same for the Democratic-Republican party, which is also known as the Republicans. Each party had opposing views of one…

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    Federalist Party History

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    The Federalists in America initially were agreeable to annihilating the articles of confederation and utilizing the constitution. After this was done, they had confidence in a free translation of it and the Elastic Clause. Fundamentally, the Federalists demonstrated little respect to state rights and felt the central government should have been being intense keeping in mind the end goal to legitimately administer the country. The Federalist Party passed on when of the Hartford Convention,…

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    In the time leading up to the drafting of the Alien and Sedition Acts, distinct political parties were forming. The Federalists, who supported the act and were mainly elites, and the Democratic-Republicans, who did not and were mainly working class. The existence of these opposing political opinions led to rapid increase of tensions in the U.S. The government, which was majority Federalist. The Federalists had an unfair advantage and could pass laws to suppress the Democratic-Republicans from…

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    Although the Federalist and anti-Federalist parties disagreed as to how much power the national authority needed, both parties agreed that a national authority was needed and that the national authority would require an individual source of income to function as it should. Both the Federalist and the anti-Federalist Parties also agreed that the people needed protection against dictatorship and other forms of tyranny. Even though neither party completely liked every part of the Constitution, both…

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    1. What are the Alien and Sedition Acts? Alien act is the act of not being able to import or accept those who are not from the nation as it can be dangerous and Sedition Acts is that if anyone was to write, say or print anything man-made lie against anyone in high office government wise to make them look bad. 2. What is the difference between a publicist and a journalist? The difference between a publicist and a journalist is that publicist is hired to writes what they are told to write while a…

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