"Although Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson were two great leaders in U.S. History, they both had very different views of Government and the Economy."
Both leaders/groups contributed in the ratification of the Constitution, but interpreted the foundations and articles differently. For example, Jefferson believed that the proposed central government was unconstitutional because it was not written in the Constitution. In Doc. A, Jefferson stated "that all powers not delegated to the U.S. by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it by the states, remain with the people." Hamilton and the Federalists believed in loose interpretation of the Constitution, so that the central government could become more powerful. An example of this is the foundation of the Bank of the United States in 1789. Hamilton stated in Doc. B, that the Constitution can be decisive when needed. "That the Constitution and the laws of the U.S. made in pursuance of it, and all treaties made... under their authority should be the supreme law of the land."
On the topic of individual liberty and uniting the people; Hamilton and the Federalists, and Jefferson and the Anti-Federalists had different views of this. The disagreement between the two parties would bring about a great outcome that is still in use today, the Bill of Rights. The Federalist's were afraid above all, of disorder, anarchy, and chaos. This reason supported why they did not think that a Bill of Rights was needed. It would bring freedom and liberty to act differently, not to be