) Using the three levels of analysis that we have employed this semester (viz., ends of society,
    scope of government, and organization/distribution of power), provide a detailed treatment of the
    Federalist-Republican Controversy with a view to explaining the following statement: One of
    the grand ironies of American politics is that, while scholars of this field tend to focus their
    attention on the thought of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, the United States is in certain
    important respects a Hamiltonian nation. (With regard to the matter of the proper scope of
    government, recall that there are two policies that you must discuss.)

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