Although history books often portray Jefferson republicans and the Federalists as two very different parties with oppositional views of the constitution, once the Democratic republicans held the presidential office their views of the constitution changed. In the election of 1800 the Democratic republicans kept most of Hamilton’s finical plan in place. The use of the elastic clause was used to both support economic and military decisions of the party in power. Although the two parties originally had opposing viewpoints in the late 1700’s, their ideas reversed as power shifted to Jefferson and Madison. In Jefferson’s presidency loose constructionism became very common in his party starting with Hamilton’s finical plan. In Jeffersons letter to Samuel Kercheval he stated that citizens have to adapt to the constitution depending on the era. (DOC G) So although Jefferson let the alien and seditions acts expire and allowed the repeal of the excise tax, all other programs in the Report on Public Credit stayed in place. Furthermore, Madison enacted the first protective tariff in 1816, which John Randolph references in his speech to the House of Representatives. (DOC F) He continues to accuse Madison of being exactly like John Adams in his loosely interpreted approach of the constitutions commerce compromise to raise money for the federal government. (DOC F) In fact the only aspect of Alexander Hamiltons plan, was one that called for a protective tariff. It was viewed by southern exporters as being a violation of the 10th Amendment which protected state’s rights and disallowed the favoring of one state over another since the south would face protective tariffs from both France and England.
The Jeffersonian Republicans and the Federalists were both thought to be different when abiding by the constitution. The Republicans believed that the authority of the Federal…
Thesis statement: Macbeth is clearly a tragic hero, in that he has noble characteristics but struggles in a fatal flaw, his distorted perception of real life, and he’s responsible for his downfall.
From the moment the witches told Macbeth that he is going to become king he struggled with one fatal flaw- ambition.
His ambition was to become king and for no one to take his throne from him.
He did anything he could to become king, it didn’t matter to him what he had…
WRITING AN ESSAY—EXECUTION
By this time you should already have a thesis sentence, outline, and an idea for a conclusion. If
you do not, then see the handout, "Writing an Essay I: Planning," before continuing. This paper
shall examine the process of composition from the perspective of execution (actually writing the
paper) in order to provide writers and their tutors with systematic means of completing an essay.
I. What is the relation of an outline to the written theme?
A. The first important…
End of Days Essay Outline
Thesis: Religious people encourage the fear of the end of the world is because they want to convert atheists to believe in their religion.
Reason One: Christians believe in the second coming of Jesus, and the days before Jesus comes there are many signs.
There has been more and more earthquakes happening in the world, which is a sign showing that the end is near.
Recently there was a big earthquake in Japan and in Haiti both those earthquakes killed…
Chem 100 Research Project: Essay Outline
Lasers & Medicine
A. Definitions of Lasers and Medicine
1. Laser is a device that emits light through a process of optical amplification
based on the stimulated emission of electromagnetic radiation.
2. Medicine is the applied science or practice of the diagnosis, treatment, and
prevention of disease.
B. How they relate?
1. Cure diseases, surgeries, etc.
Final Report Part 1 – Outline
Directions: For Part 1, you are required to write a complete introductory paragraph using the outline below. For the second, third, and fourth paragraphs, you need to write complete sentences that show the basic outline for the essay. By completing this outline, you will have a guide to refer to when finalizing your report in Parts 2-4.
Introductory Paragraph (Identify the thesis statement and write a complete paragraph explaining the topic in general.)
School of Management
Course Outline and Study Guide
Ailson J. De Moraes Room MX107 Ailson.DeMoraes@royalholloway.ac.uk
Ailson J. De Moraes
Brief Outline and Aims of the Course
The course provides the student with an understanding of the principal theories and modules of strategic management and how to set them in the context of key developments in which…
Outline and Literature Review
Alex (Zi Wang)
The world has experienced unprecedented urban growth over the past 200 years. In 1800, only 3% of the total population lived in urban areas. By 1900 this had grown to 14% (but had hardly changed in Africa). By the year 2007, more than 50% of the world’s total population has been urbanised, with the fastest rate of change in Africa. There are the downsides like overcrowding, pollution…
Outline: A Modest Proposal
A. Audience Participation
1. How many of you see poverty and hunger as a problem in the world? How many of you think that you cannot possibly help solve this problem?
B. Introduce self and topic
1. According to an article written by Jason M. Breslow, as of 2011, children had the highest poverty level with over 16 million children living in poverty. That is just in the United States. Imagine the number of children living in poverty in the entire world…
Literary Analysis Essay: Outline
I. Though throughout the world, the entirety of humanity has to deal with the ever-growing problem of racism and relentless stereotypes, and sometimes it can be quite difficult to create an example to explain the daily pain many go through.
A. In Sherman Alexie’s short story titled, “The Loneranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven,” the American Indian narrator clues the audience in with subtle hints of how the problem of racism has negatively impacted his life.…
II. People do not choose to be influenced by music, as music is scientifically influential to the human brain.
Olteteanu, Ion. "The formative function of musical interactions within social identity." Geopolitics, History, and International Relations 3.1 (2011): 215+. Academic OneFile. Web. 17 Jan. 2013.
"We turn to music, we need it, because of its ability to move us, to induce feelings and moods, states of mind."
“Bures notes that the human brain is uniquely configured…