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Jefferson and Hamilton differed on the question of whether or not Congress could do what?

They disagreed on practically everything but their esteem for George Washington. Specifically, however, their greatest and most significant difference on a power of Congress was whether Congress could establish a national bank (the "First Bank of the United States"). Hamilton argued that because Article I, section 9 of the Constitution did not specifically prohibit Congress from creating a national bank, then Congress was empowered to do so under Article I, section 8, clause 18 (the "implied powers clause," "necessary and proper clause," or "elastic clause"). Jefferson, who took a more limited view of Federal power, argued that because Article I, section 8 did not specify Congress could create a national bank, then it could not. Jefferson believed that only specified powers (such as power to tax, to maintain an army, to punish counterfeiters, etc.) could be exercised by Congress.


Which of these required a great deal of discussion and compromise to come up with a national government that all states could approve?

Representation in Congress


What power had the congress in the article of confederation?

1) Laws- could write laws2) war- they could declare war3) post offices- had control of the postal service


Alexander Hamilton proposed paying the entire national debt at its face value in order to what?

restore the nation's economic credit so that the government could raise money in the future.


Why does Gandhi ask jinnah to be India's first prime minister?

Gandhi proposed Jinnah as first prime minister of independent India just to avoid partition of India in the name of religion. He tried to convince Jinnah so that he could give up his aspirations for a separate state for Indian Muslims. But the proposal was rejected by congress itself! The standoff between Muslim League and Indian National Congress prolonged until both sides agreed for partition.

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What document proposed that Congress could force a state to obey a national law?

Virginia plan


This document proposed that Congress could force a state to obey a national law?

Virginia Plan


Which of theses plans proposed that congress could force a state to obey a national law?

Virginia Plan


What document proposer that congress could force a state to obey a national law?

Virginia plan


List 3 things the article did not allow congress to do?

The Articles of Confederation was much different than the US Constitution. This document did not allow congress to collect taxes. Congress could not make treaties on the states' behalf. This group could not create a national army for the protection of the people either.


Congress could not levy and collect taxes which document is that?

Articles of Confederation


Who does the continental congress appeal to in the last paragraph of the document?

We don’t know what document you ask about. I could guess, but you need to provide the what to get an answer.


Congress could organize a national army?

The US Constitution states that Congress has the ability to organize a national army to protect the people and lands of the United States. This is a power that was not provided to Congress through the Articles of Confederation.


Who approves the national budget?

Congress of the United States of America, or you could say the legislative branch.


What did president Washington do on the issue of whether or not congress could establish a national bank?

sided with hamilton


Explain how the constitution could be changed?

The Constitution can be changed through the process of amendment. An amendment can be proposed either by two-thirds of both houses of Congress or by a national convention called by Congress when requested by two-thirds of the state legislatures. For an amendment to be ratified and become part of the Constitution, it requires approval by three-fourths of the state legislatures or conventions in three-fourths of the states. This process ensures that any changes to the Constitution are carefully considered and have broad support across the country.


What major national-level policymaking institution does the AARP target?

Congress they could limit resources on AARP