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Why does Alexander Hamilton believe a national bank is constitutional?

Why did Alexander Hamilton believe that the national bank was constitutional? He wanted to convince the nation that the debts would be handled soon. Before Hamilton took charge of the country, the financial situation was horrible. The currency wasn’t stable; there were lots of debts. The centralized bank was the only solution to take control over the situation, and that is why Hamilton believed in the constitutional power of the bank.

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