American Politics in the 1790s
In the 1790s, American society was split in half. On one side there was Alexander Hamilton, who believed in a strong central government and that the future of America lied in manufacturing and strong businesses. Opposing him was Thomas Jefferson, who believed America's strength should come from its states. He foresaw a nation of small and independent farmers, where the government would not need to become directly involved in the daily affairs of the citizens. The establishment of the Bank of the United States and conflicts such as the Whiskey Rebellion were the result of these two contrast…
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