The Creation Of The American Republic

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Date: December 31, 1998
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His aspiration far exceeded the rest of the members and he even went as far to state that he found only "a very scanty proportion who will share in the drudgery of business." (93) In the beginning of the 1790's, after the constitution was ratified and was now in full affect, many tasks were at hand...
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Hamilton proposed ideas for gaining a strong central government. He wanted to raise revenue, assume all state debts, and build a national bank. Madison's stance on how the government should run took a detour. He carried a strong opposition for the Hamiltonian system...
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