How did the Federalists and the Jeffersonians (Democratic-Republicans) differ from one another? I am trying to compare and contrast their differences in terms of origin, principle, and policies...

How did the Federalists and the Jeffersonians (Democratic-Republicans) differ from one another?

I am trying to compare and contrast their differences in terms of origin, principle, and policies regarding banks taxes and foreign nations.

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The Federalists primarily supported a strong central government and a liberal interpretation of the Constitution. Alexander Hamilton, who proposed the first Bank of the United States, was a Federalist. He also had proposed a tax on whiskey as a means of funding the Federal government.

Jeffersonian Republicans tended to support a strict interpretation of the...

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