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Hamilton-supported business, had loose interpretation of the Constitution, supported the National Bank, supported tariffs, opposed the French Revolution

Jefferson-supported agriculture, had strict interpretation of the Constitution, opposed the National Bank, opposed tariffs, supported the French Revolution

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Alexander Hamilton pushed for a powerful central government that would regulate commerce and industry. Thomas Jefferson wanted power to be devolved to the states, and advocated for free trade devoid off government control. These conflicting views led to the emergence of Republicans and Federalists who supported powerful state and national government respectively.

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Q: Explain how the conflict between hamilton and jefferson led to the emergence of the first political parties?
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