Compare And Contrast Hamilton Vs Adams

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Hamilton Vs Adams Although the United States was just a newly formed government, there were still multiple disputes on how the federal government should attend to foreign and state affairs. When it came to foreign affairs Hamilton and Adams both wanted the United States to try and remain neutral, but Hamilton, in the end, was more willing for the new country to go to war. They both agreed however that the country should have a strong central government. John Adams and Alexander Hamilton were originally from the same political party, both being Federalist. Although the two Founding Fathers were both similar in a majority of their thoughts, the tiny differences between the two highlight a larger part of the nation’s history. Hamilton believed

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