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Hamilton argued for a strong federal government. What does that mean?
Hamilton argued for a strong national government and central economic planning in the hands of the wealthy to ensure order in political and economic affairs. [ He emphasized strong central government and successfully argued that the implied powers of the Constitution could be used to fund the national debt, assume state debts, and create the government-owned Bank of the United States. he wanted
centralized credit system similar to the British one with a Bank of the United States acting as our central bank, and believed that the best educated and most widely experienced people in the United States constituted a natural aristocracy and should play the leading role in our politics. and ]
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