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Unit 4 SG pt. 1

Federalists Strong national gov't; Supported loose construction; and favored their power to support business, manufacturing and trade.
Republicans State Rights; Supported struct construction; Economy based agriculture
Hamilton (never president, federalist) Strong gov't and all necessary laws; loose construction; wanted a federal/National Bank; Alarmed by violence of France during war.
Jefferson (Democrat-Republican) Minor federal laws merely necessary; Favored States Rights; saw French Revolution as an opportunity; Against National Bank
What was Washington against? Political parties and not getting involved in Foreign Affairs. He believed in neutrality and wanting to avoid wars.
What did John Adams avoid the most? War w/ France and negotiating a treaty to stop French from seizing U ships.
He was not very effective in foreign affairs he was unsuccessful negotiating treaties and the Embargo Act was failure. Thomas Jefferson
He tried to make peace w/ France and England and w/ not being successful declared war on Great Britain. This was the War of 1812 aka Madison’s War. James Madison
Why did James Madison Monroe issue a policy called the Monroe Doctrine? To support Latin American states.
Washington's view on Foreign Policy Isolation; Avoid Wars
President Adams' Dilemma Avoid Wars, Jay's treaty; Against Immigrant Impact; Kept Peace
President Jefferson's Dilemma No effect impressment, Embargo Act; Ineffective
President Madison's Dilemma Declared war on Britain; Wins Madison'sWar (War of 1812)
President Monroe's Dilemma Monroe's Doctrine; Stringer Nation, Greatly involved and not isolated.
Created by: Gusmedu1