logo �1 on the Internet book 
main menu
Essay papers avaliable:   250 000

The widest database of original essays is now available due to EssaysBank.com! Thousands of high quality authentic essays are collected by our professional to make the lives of the students easier.

Hundreds of topics from various subjects of any educational level you will find anything you need at EssaysBank.com!

Submit your articles to the following
Search: in this section
Essay heading: A Comparative analyis: Jefferson vs Hammilton
Essay specific features
Issue: American History
Written by:
Date added: February 7, 2002
No of pages / words: 3 / 756
Was viewed: 0 times
Rating of current essay:
Essay content:

Hamilton suggested that the government should create the Bank of the United States Jefferson protested because this was not allowed by the Constitution. Hamilton opposed the view of Jefferson and stated that the Constitution's writers could not have predicted the need of a bank for the United States...
displayed 300 characters

Here are the options you can choose from:
  • Order plagiarism free custom written essay.
  • All essays are written from scratch by professional writers according to your instructions and delivered to your email on time. Prices start from $11.99 /page.
  • This option gives you the immediate access to all 184 988 essays.
  • You get access to all the essays and can view as many
    of them as you like for as little as $28.95/month.
  • Your research paper is written
    by certified writers
  • Your requirements and targets are
    always met
  • You are able to control the progress
    of your writing assigment
  • You get a chance to become an
    excellent student!

Hamilton said that the right to create the Bank of the United States was stated in the "elastic" or the "necessary and proper" clause in which the Constitution gave the government the power to pass laws that were necessary for the welfare of the nation. "This dilemma revisits the ever lasting dispute between the "strict constructionists" (Jefferson) who believed in the strict interpretation of the Constitution by not going an inch beyond its clearly expressed provisions, and the "loose constructionists" (Hamilton) who wished to reason out all sorts of implications from what it said"...
displayed next 300 characters

General issues of this essay:
Related essays:
Title Pages / Words Save
Another of Hamilton's legacies was his pro-federal interpretation of the U.S. Constitution. Though the Constitution was drafted in a way that was somewhat ambiguous as to the balance of power between national and state governments, Hamilton consistently took the side of greater federal power at the expense of states...
1 / 173
Alexander Hamilton
Tension grew enormously between Hamilton and Jefferson and developed into a political battle and two major parties formed; the Jeffersonians, led by Jefferson, and the Federalists led by Hamilton...
2 / 334
Constitutional Convention
During his term of vice-presidency, Jefferson anonymously wrote the Kentucky Resolutions which expressed his views of politics. In here he states that "whenever a government assumes undelegated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force?...
2 / 342
Federalist V. Democratic Republican
He was always looking for a chance to bring down his good name. There was a time when things got so bad between them; they were reprimanded by the President, himself...
2 / 387
Hamilton and Jefferson
The Federalists promoted in helping industry grow such as factories, in the newly formed United States. Democratic-Republicans thought that the United States should support the farming industry...
1 / 253
As the first secretary of the treasury he placed the new nation on a firm financial footing, and although his supporting of strong national government brought him onto bitter conflict with Thomas Jefferson and others, his politcal philosophy was ultimatly to prevail in governmental development...
2 / 499
jefferson and hamilton
Jefferson also argued that no where in the Constitution was it written to establish a bank which Hamilton greatly opposed. Hamilton argued that because of the large amount of facts, more authority had to be implied on general parts of the Constitution...
2 / 332