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What was Hamilton’s main purpose in proposing a protective tariff?
A. To support american business
B. To raise money for the government
C. To make the North stronger than the South D. To provide funds for the bank of the United States Connections

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    And you think ... ?

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    Yes, a.

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    to support amirican business

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