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Hamilton vs. Jefferson
Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson were both important founding fathers in the early days of the American nation, yet they despised each other. Unfortuantly, George Washington thought they'd be great together and put Hamilton as his Secretary of the Treasury and Jefferson as Secretary of State. They held many differences in their past and their appearance, and as they began to work together, it became clear that their beliefs vastly differed as well, especially when interpreting the Constitutinon. It didn't help that Hamilton was a Federalist and Jefferson was a Democratic-Republican (anti-federalist), eventually leading to a nation with political parties after Washington left office. However, they did work together at times when it was absolutely necessary, such a keeping America out of a war with Europe during the French Revolution. The outcome, though, did not help their relationship as Jefferson soon began to represent France and Hamilton Britain. Eventually, Hamilton would help Jefferson become elected as the third president (as he hated the opponent, Aaron Burr (someone he held as a man with no principles) greater than Jefferson (someone with policies and beliefs different than him). Hamilton's demise would soon come from Burr, however, in a deadly duel. Their impact on American history - though not always positive - did leave many lasting impacts. If not for their rivalry, our way of government might be very different from the way it is now.