Differences Between Jefferson And Hamilton

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During Washington’s administration, Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson had different political views; which created tension between both parties: the Democratic-Republican Party and the Federalist Party. Both parties had different ideologies on how the country should run. The conflict between both parties caught Washington's attention, which led him to write letters for both Hamilton and Jefferson. After Hamilton and Jefferson receive the letters, they wrote him back to explain their current feud between each other. Both Hamilton and Jefferson had different visions for their country. Hamilton and his followers’ vision was a strong national government, in which they believed their country should be led by the wealthy and educated; Jefferson

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