A Comparative analyis: Jefferson vs Hammilton

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"This dilemma revisits the ever lasting dispute between the "strict constructionists" (Jefferson) who believed in the strict interpretation of the Constitution by not going an inch beyond its clearly expressed provisions, and the "loose constructionists" (Hamilton) who wished to reason out all sorts of implications from what it said"...
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Just a few years later, under President Jefferson, the federal government of the United States enforced the Embargo Act, forbidding trade with Europe, and made the Louisiana Purchase. Neither of these powers was explicitly granted to the federal government in the text of the Constitution...
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