He supported it because he thought it was the best system that could be devised, although it was a throng of compromises and he wished the government were stronger. Since Hamilton couldn't stand the government under the Articles and thought the Constitution was better than anything else, he fought tirelessly for it, braving the New York ratifying convention and writing the Federalist Papers.
The US Constitution and the National Bank.
When he signed the US Constitution
He signed it.
Alexander Hamilton was the New York delegate who signed the US Constitution. Alexander Hamilton was a founding father of the US.
He wanted a stronger central government with the power to actively support merchants than the Constitution gave him. He also wanted the US to respect the debts it had incurred.
Alexander Hamilton, James madison, and John Jay
They were the Federalist Papers.
No! In fact, the Federalist Papers were written in support of the Constitution by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay. They were published to gain public support for tis ratification in many of the states, but primarily New York, where opposition was strong.
Yes. Alexander Hamilton wrote about half of the Federalist Papers, a series of articles attempting to convince people to vote for ratification of the US Constitution.
The Federalist Papers by John Hamilton and James Madison
to pay for debt that the US was in
Alexander Hamilton organized writing the Federalist Papers, a series of 85 essays he, James Madison and John Jay penned in support of ratifying the US Constitution.
Yes he did. Hamilton supported a looser interpretation of the Constitution so that the central government could be strengthened at the expense of the state's rights. He believe that the government should be allowed to use the implied powers and the elastic clause from the Constitution to his advantage.
Actually Alexander Hamilton believed that New York City would be the best location for a new capital. It had been briefly before the US Constitution was passed. Hamilton, a founding father, believed that NYC was a logical choice because of its size, its reputation as an international city and because business and finance was established there.
not so much why but what loose stood for is why he was more loose than strict
They just showed the support of Alexander Hamilton, James Jay and others towards the constitution and federalism.