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what compromise did Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison reach regarding repayment of state debt?
gathered support (from south) for state debt and moved capital
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What was the main reason Alexander Hamilton did NOT want a bill of rights?
He wanted the national government to have as much power as possible
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Which of the following statements best describes why Alexander Hamilton opposed a bill of rights?
He believed it was unnecessary for a national government to possess only explicitly delegated powers.
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Which of the following is true of Alexander Hamilton?
He believed that people were motivated primarily by economic self-interest.
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Which was not part of Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton’s financial plan of 1790-91? Which was not part of Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton’s financial plan of 1790-1791?
cease the tax on whiskey
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What were the major parts of Alexander Hamilton’s economic program?
the creation of a national bank, funding the entire national debt at ”par”(gov. Will pay creditors back with interest),vigorous foreign trade, protective tariffs
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Which was not part of Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton’s financial plan of 1790-1791?
cease the tax on whiskey: there was the creation of the Bank of the United States, assumption; the federal government would assume responsibility for paying off state and federal debts incurred in the War for Independence, and also outstanding state debts, and issuance by the federal government of interest-bearing bonds
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This series of 85 essays published in American newspapers by James Madison, John Jay and Alexander Hamilton argued the need for a strong central government?
What are the Federalist Papers.
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Alexander Hamilton’s principle argument about the presidency in Federalist No. 70 is that it
a. should be an energetic president
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What is the main reason that Alexander Hamilton did not want a bill of rights?
he believed that too many individual liberties destroyed the trust between citizen and government
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