Nationalism and Sectionalism in the 1800's

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For a generation, the problem of slavery in federal territories seemed settled. The National Bank, which was proposed by Alexander Hamilton, aroused a storm of controversy. Hamilton’s idea of the National Bank aroused a storm of controversy. James Madison claimed that the bank would forge an unhealthy alliance between the government and wealthy business interests...
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James Madison claimed that the bank would forge an unhealthy alliance between the government and wealthy business interests. The National Bank would be funded by both the federal government and wealthy private investors. The North would want the bank because they make a lot of money through industries and the South, on the other hand, opposed the National Bank because they just lived by what we say, “from paycheck to paycheck”...
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