the Federalists OR the Republicans, history homework help

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I choose to be the federalist

you will CHOOSE ONE of the political parties to write on: either the Federalists OR the Republicans.  Choose whichever party interests you, or choose a party that you don’t know much about. Once you choose your party, you will assume the role of a member from that party – pretend that you are either a Federalist or Republican from the 1790s. There are three parts to this assignment:

1. You will write a minimum of two paragraphs discussing the political, economic, and diplomatic views of your political party (based on the content from the textbook). Your political views will include your perspective on state and national government (how strong or weak should they be); your economic views will include your perspective on economic directions that the nations should take (or not take); your diplomatic views will include your perspective on France and England (which nation do you support? why?).

2. You will also write a 3rd paragraph
on one of the primary source readings:- If you are a Federalist, you will explain what the Alien and Sedition Acts are and give examples from the Acts that you think are necessary to support your position (ex: what parts of the Alien Acts are necessary for the survival of the United States?).
-If you are a Republican, you will explain what the Kentucky Resolutions are and give examples from the Resolutions that you think are necessary to support your position (ex: what role should states play when the national government oversteps its authority?).


I choose to be the federalist

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Running head: FEDERALIST PARTY

Political, Economic and Diplomatic Views of the Federalist Party
Name of Student
Course
Instructor
Institution
Date of Submission

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Running head: FEDERALIST PARTY
Introduction
We are a coalition of individuals who support a strong national government, having
diplomatic ties with the Great Britain, and having a political leadership of men who have
experience and those who have a standing in the society. One of our government’s main
functions is to maintain order on the United States.
Political views
Economic views
Diplomatic views
The Alien and Sedation Acts
Kentucky Resolutions
References

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Running head: FEDERALIST PARTY

1

Political, Economic and Diplomatic Views of the Federalist Party
Name of Student
Course
Instructor
Institution
Date of Submission

Running head: FEDERALIST PARTY

2
Introduction

We are a coalition of individuals who support a strong national government, having
diplomatic ties with the Great Britain, and having a political leadership of men who have
experience and those who have a standing in the society. One of our government’s main
functions is to maintain order on the United States.
Political views
There is a sharp difference between the balance o...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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