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SAT® Subject Test in U.S. History

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Opposition to Hamilton's Plan

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In order to overcome opposition to his plans for the assumption of state debts, Hamilton

A

compromised with reluctant Southern states by having the country’s future capital located in the South.

B

utiliized George Washington and his prestige to lobby Congress to pass his assumption bill.

C

rejoined with John Jay and James Madison to create another series of pamphlets to win support.

D

agreed to drop other parts of his economic plan, since he valued this aspect more than the others.

E

took the attitude that his opponents were weak and ill-reasoned, and thus ignored them, pushing Congress to pass his plan quickly.