Founding Brothers

Which issue did the nation benefit the most from in the long run?

Chapter 2: The dinner.

Hamilton & Madison come to an "agreement" over two major issues that came to the forefront of the young nation by 1790

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I suppose the realization that the ideologies had grown too far divided to achieve legislative compromise. This idea is confirmed by the fact that Madison and Jefferson reaffirmed their relationship following the dinner. This collaboration would birth the Republican Party, leading to the first two-party era of American history.