Contrasting Views of Jefferson and Hamilton about the National Bank
The difference of opinion between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton about the role of a national bank is primarily based in the differences in their views about politics and economics, and their interpretation of the Constitution. Jefferson and Hamilton were both fundamental in the creation of the Constitution and the present government. They both agreed that the government needed some changes, but that is where the similarities ended.
After the revolution, one of the main areas of government that needed changes was the economic system. The Articles of Confederation were created b…
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