Federalists

Republicans want to fight, but federalists are always right.

Assuming the states debt

The federalists supported the assumption of states debt because most of the war was fought in the state.

Creation of a national bank

Federalists argued that congress had been granted the authority to make all laws that were " necessary and proper" to the executions of its powers

French Revolution

The federalists sided with the British so that they could secure the trade market.

Power of the National Government

Federalists wanted to pass an economic policy

Alien and sedition acts

Federalists designed this act to silence and weaken the republicans party and their newspapers.

War with Britain in 1812

Federalists elected John Calhoun, who declared war on Britain