President George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Alexander Hamilton discuss and debate the ways and means of financing the government of our fledgling nation.
Originally presented as part of the 2011 George Washington Summer Residential Teachers' Institute, this lively presentation gives teachers new insights into questions on the role of government and the national economy that are just as relevant today as they were over two hundred years ago.
Tagged under: History (TV Genre),George Washington (US President),Thomas Jefferson (US President),Alexander Hamilton (U.S. Congressperson),United States Of America (Country),Government (Quotation Subject),Politics (TV Genre)
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