Presentation on theme: "FRQ #3 (CH 5 P 133) Compare and contrast the Hamiltonian and Jeffersonian movement in regards to -political philosophy, -long-term social and economic."— Presentation transcript:
FRQ #3 (CH 5 P 133) Compare and contrast the Hamiltonian and Jeffersonian movement in regards to -political philosophy, -long-term social and economic outlook -interpretations of the Constitution -federal vs state power Do What
Step 2- Brainstorm Jefferson –States rights Anti-Federalists Fear of tyranny –Whiskey Rebellion –Kentucky and VA Resolutions Bill of Rights/ 10 th Amendment –Small farmers –Louisiana Purchase Locke- Natural Rights (life, liberty, property- prop=liberty) –Strict construction Fear of tyranny, limit role of government –Alien and Sedition Acts –Naturalization Act –Pro-French Revolution –Personal liberties 1 st Amendment Hamilton –Strong central government Protect property Marbury v Madison Gibbons v Ogden –Manufacturing/ Pay off debt Bank of US Whiskey Tax Develop infrastructure (paid by taxes) Assumption Bill (p 121) –Loose Construction McCulloch v Maryland – Anti-Fr Revolution –Pro-British –These terms can be defined and turned in for 2 pts ec
Thesis- simply answer the question There is very little to compare and much to contrast between the two, so highlight the major difference between the two and write two paragraphs highlighting the differences between the two men- 1 paragraph on Jefferson, one paragraph on Hamilton While both Hamilton and Jefferson both worked for President Washington in his cabinet, they had dramatically different views on the direction of the country. Thomas Jefferson wanted a limited central government to prevent a tyrannical government so that the rights of states and farmers were protected. Hamilton on the other hand wanted a more active and powerful central government that would promote industry and manufacturing so that the United States could grow into a world power.