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Question #1 should be one or two paragraphs 1) Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton both served on Washington’s first cabinet, and the two men had very different views on the new United States. They particularly differed on the role of the federal government. Beyond that, they disagreed in a very fundamental way on how Americans should live their lives and make their livings. Hamilton expressed his views in his “Report on Manufacturers.” Jefferson summarized his views in his Notes on the State of Virginia. According to Hamilton and Jefferson, how should Americans devote their energies? Put another way, what should be the thrust of new American economy? Questions #2 is a short essay - should be in a range of 300 to 450 words. 2) In creating a “republic,” our Founding Fathers did something very radical. Most other nations of the world were monarchies, and ultimate authority rested with a king or queen of royal blood. We instead created a form of government that would not even allow royal blood or noble titles. Our form of government was a republic, whereby the governed ran their own government, and ultimate authority rested with voters. Our republic was also federal in form, in that we divided authority between a central or national government, and state governments. States had some authority and the national government had some authority. In addition, our federal or national government divided into three distinct branches, and these branches operated under a number of “checks and balances” that kept any one branch from taking away too much authority from the other two. In looking at the Constitution, how did the Founding Fathers try to prevent Tyranny? Keep in mind that they worried about tyranny of one, tyranny of a few, and tyranny of the mob. ...
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Miss.AryNorth
School: UT Austin

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Question 1:
It is common knowledge in America that Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton had a very huge role
in the building of America and would, therefore, be termed as founding fathers. While historically being
among the most famous rivals, the both had various perspective I regards to how the economy of
America should be ran. Hamilton’s economic perspective was characterized by diverse economic visions
based on unification, banking and manufacturing. N the other hand, Jefferson’s vision laid emphasis on
the individuality of Americans as well as agricultural economy. Put simply, Hamilton strongly believed
that banking was a critical pillar of the American economy while Hamilton’s vision saw the potential in
lending and having people...

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