LAUNCHING THE NEW SHIP OF STATE - 1789-1800. Chapter 10. A New Ship On An Uncertain Sea. Population growth. Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio Trans-Appalachian population was dubiously loyal Economy in poor shape. Much of rest of world hostile. Washington’s Pro-Federalist Regime.
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This Mountain Tea Kettle as it was referred to in the 1800's is an authentic replica of the whiskey stills the pioneers hand forged out of pure copper to brew their shine
Founder — Hamilton
wanted rule by “best people” and advocated a strong central government
Government should support private enterprise not interfere — this was liked by merchants, manufacturers, and shippers.
pro-British in foreign affairs
a powerful central bank
Restrictions of free speech and press.
Concentrated on seacoast
Strong navy to protect shippers.
appealed to middle class and underprivileged (common man)
Weak central government.
States should have the bulk of power.
Strict interpretations of Constitution.
Did not favor the national debt.
No special privileges for special classes like manufacturers.
Agriculture was favored branch of economy
Followers were from the South and Southwest.
Rule of people
Pro-French.FEDERALISTS V. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICANS