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    This job contrasts the Hamiltonian Federalist belief that the "wealthy and well-educated" ought to run the government with the Jeffersonian Republican belief that the common person, if educated, could be trusted to manage public affairs. What are the political implications of each view?

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    In the late 1700's, the US was still predominately an agricultural economy. Jefferson beleived that the gentleman farmer truly represented the majority of the country. There were generally thought of as ...

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    Hamiltonian Federalism is summarized.