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27 August, 07:09

Alexander Hamilton thoughts on the foreign relations

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  1. 27 August, 08:00
    He feared an American alliance with revolutionary France and supported a policy of neutrality because he believed that American involvement in the European war might leave our relatively young and weak country subordinate to one of the great powers and would at least disrupt the foreign trade on which the new.
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