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Q: Who was orator and statesman from Massachusetts who advocated a strong national government to preserve the Union?
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Alexander Hamilton advocated the principles of a strong centralized government and?

a loose interpretation of the Constitution. Hamilton advocated a loose interpretation of the Constitution and by doing so strengthened the U.S. economy as the first Secretary of the Treasury. He advocated a strong federal government, a national bank, a reduction in the public debt, and the building of a navy.

How did the national government respond to shays rebellion?

They could offer little help to Massachusetts.

How did the national government eventually respond to Shays Rebellion?

They could offer little help to Massachusetts.

What is a statesman?

A man who is a leader in national or international affairs.

What Massachusetts delegate did not back a national government but merely wanted to revise the articles of confederation?

Rufus King

When was Massachusetts National Cemetery created?

Massachusetts National Cemetery was created in 1973.

George Catlin advocated?

the preservation of nature as a national policy

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The national organization for women advocated for?

gender equality in public services

How do state and and local governments influence national policy making?

State and local governments serve as a research lab for national policy. If a state government creates a good policy, the federal government will often use that as a model for the national system. For example, the Federal Government used the Massachusetts model for health care to draft the new health care bill.

When was the dissagreement over the role of the national government?

The disagreement over the role of the national government emerged during the founding of the United States in the late 18th century. It led to the creation of the Federalist and Anti-Federalist factions during the debates over adopting the United States Constitution. The Federalists favored a strong central government, while the Anti-Federalists were concerned about the concentration of power and advocated for more states' rights.

What was not a measure advocated by the progressives?

national conventions for nominating presidential candidates.