Founding Brothers

In Chapter 2, "The Dinner", what are the 2 issues at stake and the obstacles per issue?

Evaluate the 2 issues at stake in "The Dinner". What are some obstacles per issue? And describe the role Madison, Hamilton, and Jefferson played in resolving these issues.

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The two issues at stake in the chapter were Hamilton's plan for the Federal government toassume the debt of each state, and the location of the nation's capital. Hamilton's plan tohandle debt was to combine 13 ledgers into one so that the Federal government wouldhandle it. The second issue was the location of the capital. Southern congressman feltthat the capital's location should be moved more south.