Hand Writing [Copy]

Hand Writing [Copy]

Published on 9 June 2022
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00:01
Hamilton (federalist)
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Hamilton was one of the founding fathers, he believed in the government having more power.
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- election of government officials
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- stronger central government but a weaker state government
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- add representatives rather than direct democracy. 
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Washington chose both of the parties to make it fair to everyone involved. he wanted to hear both sides and be able to have everyone's opinion. he figured that it would just be best for everyone involved if he got all opposing sides and took everyone's opinion into consideration. Having the opposing views both telling you their opinions can help with the presidency because hearing everyone's side and how everybody feels about certain topics can help to make the decision process easier for him and he has the ability to make everyone happy with decisions he makes if he finds a middle ground. finding a middle ground could be easier if you're hearing both sides Washington didn't want to have political parties because he didn't want to divide the nation. he didn't want people to choose someone to represent them just because they were the same political party
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Both of these political parties thought that a central government is important for the people. both  the federalists and the modern  day democrats believed in the  working families as well as the  national defense. 
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This is Alexander Hamilton 
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the federalists are very  similar to the political party today named the Democrats. they have many of the same  beliefs on what they want for the economy as well as their beliefs on war. both of these political parties try to  avoid war. they both want to  provide a good economy for  the people, modern day democrats want to give  people free health care and tax cuts.  federalists want to emphasize on manufacturing,  shipping, trade and other things like that.