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1 April, 21:47

Alexander Hamilton Claimed that the national government was too weak during the revolutionary war. He argued that if the states did not cooperate during a time in which they all faced extreme dangers, they were not likely to cooperate at all during times of peace and security. Therefore, a stronger national government was needed. What evidence supports Hamilton's position?

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  1. 1 April, 23:08
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    The classic example that supporters of Hamilton used was the ineffective response to Shays Rebellion.

    Supporters stated that events like Shays Rebellion could only be stopped with a strong federal response.
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