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Today's Jeffersonians are those who believe in America's Founding Principles. That they are as relevant today as they were then. That the Principles of Liberty are Timeless in their Application. That they are to be "Preserved and Protected" and not Changed..... That hey should be followed as Intended in Our Nation's Constitutions in Good Faith so Help Us God !!

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Which group of Americans supported France in its war with England?

The Jeffersonians.

What did the Jeffersonians put their faith into?

Democracy and the constitution.

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Hamiltonians were the people who supported Alexander Hamilton and jeffersonians were the people who supported Jefferson and Madison. Hamilton wanted the other states who had finished paying off their debts to help the other states who hadn't paid of their debts, and he also supported the creation of the national bank, which he believed would greatly help the government. Basically the jeffersonians disagreed with this.

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the excise tax on whiskey

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The Federalists and the Anti-Federalists who later became known as the Jeffersonians.

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What is the same in the Hamiltonians and Jeffersonians?

Both Hamiltonians and Jeffersonians were prominent political factions during the early years of the United States. They both played significant roles in shaping the country's political landscape, with Hamiltonians favoring a strong central government and an economy based on industry and commerce, while Jeffersonians favored a more decentralized government and an agrarian-based economy. Despite their differences, both groups shared a commitment to the principles of democracy and the success of the new nation.

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