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1st Political Party

Federalists vs. Anti-federalists

led by Hamiliton Federalist
led by Jefferson Republican (Anti-Federalist)
believed in a strong national government Federalist
believed a strong national government would overpower state and local governments Republican (Anti-Federalist)
wanted a national bank that they believed would strengthen the economy and the federal government Federalist
stated that a national bank was unconstitutional and would give the federal government too much power Republican (Anti-Federalist)
wanted a protective tariff to provide revenue and encourage American manufacturing Federalist
though a tariff would discourage foreign purchases of Southern exports Republican (Anti-Federalist)
believed that the United States should not support the French Revolution because it had gotten out of control and strayed from its ideals Federalist
believed the United States should support the French because of their help during the American Revolution and because they are fighting for the same ideals as Americans Republican (Anti-Federalist)
wanted to support Britain but declare neutrality Federalist
wanted to support France and enter a war against Britain Republican (Anti-Federalist)
believed the Constitution should be interpreted loosely Federalists
believed in a strict, literal, interpretation of the Constitution Republican (Anti-Federalist)
supported mainly in the lowcountry Federalists
supported mainly in the upcountry Republican (Anti-Federalist)
Created by: Mrs.Sims