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PART ONE
I .What is the argument about? What is each of these two men arguing for?

2. What is the constitutional issue between Jefferson and Hamilton?

3. To what authority do Jefferson and Hamilton appeal, in their arguments? How does each one use this authority to show that his own position is the correct one?

PART TWO
In this section, we will try to analyze the arguments of Jefferson and Hamilton by examining the reasons each gives, to support his position. Identify the reasons offered by Jefferson and Hamilton. In looking for these reasons, note that both men not only offer reasons for their positions or conclusions, but they also attempt to support their reasons: that is they give reasons for reasons. Do not include any of these reasons for reasons. Look only for the reasons which directly support the main conclusion reached by Jefferson and by Hamilton. (It may help you to know that Jefferson gives 3 reasons for his conclusion, and Hamilton gives 4.)

Jefferson’s Reasons:

Hamilton’s Reasons:

PART THREE
In this section we will examine the reasons for reasons which Jefferson and Hamilton offer in support of their conclusions about the bank bill. In Part two, you listed the main reasons each man offered for his conclusion. Each of these main reasons is actually a sub-conclusion. Here, find the reasons for the reasons. Write out each of the 3 main reasons given by Jefferson, and the 4 given by Hamilton.

Jefferson’s Reasons for his Reasons:

Hamilton’s Reasons for his Reasons:

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