The correct option is A The Constitution should be loosely interpreted.
Alexander Hamilton was a loose constructionist who justified the
establishment of the Bank of the United States by citing the elastic
clause (implied powers clause) in the Constitution. He did not support
the idea of rotation in office (A), as he believed that the president
should serve for life. He generally mistrusted the masses (C) and did
not support the idea of an educated populace (D). Hamilton was a strong
believer in the supremacy of the central government (E).