Hamilton's political goal was to achieve a better standard of living by gaining power and wealth. He wanted to achieve the financial stability necessary to fight another war.
strong central government
Hamilton made a strong government by making senators and national governors being chosen by special electors
Forced national banks
Hamilton forced national banks to stabilize and improve the nations credit and to improve handling of the financial business of the United States government under the newly enacted constitution
Emonomy trade and manufacturing
Hamilton proposed that the best way to reshape Americas economy would be to break away from Britain, create a national bank and assuming the states dept
How are the Federalist and Democratic parties similar?
Both parties had the same goal which was to form a more perfect union based on ideals from the American Revolution.
How are the Federalist and Democratic parties different?
The two parties were divided over the issue of the strength of the Government. While the federalists argued for a strong central government, the Democratic-Republicans believed that the state governments should be stronger than the central government.
Washington never wanted Political Parties to begin with!!
Why? Washington warned the people that political factions may seek to obstruction and execution of the laws created by the government or to prevent the branches of government from exercising the powers provided them by the constitution.