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Alexander Hamilton was a brilliant member of the federal government whose political principles were based on the idea that the greatest threat to political stability was anarchy rather than monarchy He believed that the government should be left in the hands of a concentrated few and that those chosen would lead the country into prosperity He did not think the swinish multitudes capable of governing themselves On the other hand Thomas Jefferson was in support of making states rights more powerful than those of the federal government Each individual in his opinion deserved the right to make the decisions that would govern the country in which he lived He thought the federal government was too far removed from its people so that their voices would not be able to be heard in the decision making process thus their needs would go unfulfilled The Hamiltonian point of view that a strong centralized form of government should be employed is in accordance with my own beliefs The power of government should be used to unify the people under its jurisdiction not stand merely as a lame parent to watch its reckless teenage children make decisions that contradict the good of all the people in his household In Europe each country has its own set of laws that govern its people however for the good of the continent the united move to the Eurodollar will stabilize the currencies of those countries having trouble with the fluctuations of its money values and also further ease of trade and transportation In part the Civil War was the result of too many decisions made by too many people Since the country as a whole put off deciding what to do with the ever-present slavery question each state formed its own policy in dealing with slave trade runaways and other such issues Unrest was the underlying feeling throughout the country and made more prominent other touchy issues and this lack of unity
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