What was the difference between Adams and Hamilton?
though both of them were apart of the whig party, they differed in matters of foreign policy. Hamilton refused to back Adams when he ran for President because of this.
What was the difference between Hamilton and Jeffersons view of the common man participating in government?
The Quasi-War with France was the beginning of the end to Adams's association with the High Federalists. Adams went over his Federalist cabinet by announcing a peace mission with France. Alexander Hamilton began to lose favor over the success of this mission. His supporters in the cabinet were fired. This spit the party between Adams supporters and Hamilton supporters.
The Founding Fathers are collectively known as the people who signed the Declaration, the Constitution, or were influential in the government creation. The Founders are those who signed the Declaration, like John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, John Hancock, Samuel Adams, et cetera. The Framers are those who signed the Constitution, like Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman, et cetera.
Their differences were vast. Starting with Washington was very Tall for the time period, standing between 6'2"-6'3" where as Adams was much shorter. Adams was considered an intellectual where as Washington was considered a common sense man. Washington was General of the Army where as Adams did not serve. Many other differences. In addition, George Washington was our First President, and John Adams was the Second President. If you mean John Quincy Adams, he was…
No. Alexander Hamilton never ran for President. The Federalist Party backed the Presidential incumbent, John Adams, in the 1800 election. Alexander Hamilton hated Adams and tried to manipulated members of the Electoral College to vote for another party member, Charles Cotesworth Pinkney. Both Adams and Pinkney lost the election; Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr tied with 73 votes each. Hamilton didn't like either man, but he was bitter enemies with Burr so he supported Jefferson.
No, there is no ferry between Auckland and Hamilton. Any ferry between these places would be taking a very indirect route. Hamilton is an inland city. It is on the Waikato river, which is navigable to beyond Hamilton, but any relatively direct route between these cities is over land. There is a motorway and bus and trains services between Auckland and Hamilton.