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John Adams Our Second President
The Man Harvard educated at 16 Successful lawyer Married Abigail Smith (housewife and wonderful writer) Founding Father Hot tempered First Vice President
The Election of 1796 John Adams vs. Thomas Jefferson Wins electoral vote 71-68 Jefferson becomes his Vice President
The XYZ Affair French spies try to extort money from the US extort Congress finds out and is not happy with France Jefferson is embarrassed
An Almost War “Quasi-War” with France Builds up army and navy Stays out of an all out war with France
Alien & Sedition Acts Anti-Immigrant Aliens deported An attack on First Amendment rights
Kentucky & Virginia Resolutions Thomas Jefferson and James Madison write them They object to the Alien & Sedition Acts
The Election of 1800 The Democratic- Republicans win! The House of Representatives decides the election Thomas Jefferson defeats John Adams
Hamilton Makes a Deal He backs Jefferson for President Aaron Burr gets angry A deadly duel ends the feud
John Adams Presidency Election of 1796– The beginning of political parties Two parties: 1.) Federalist Party a) Strong federal government. b) Promote.
John Adams’ Presidency Chapter 9.5. Election of 1796 ► First election with Political Parties Groups that elect candidates & influence govt.
Political Parties “Groups that help elect government officials and shape government policies” Political Parties “Groups that help elect government officials.
John Adams’ Presidency John Adams John Adams - 2 nd President ( ) Federalist Federalist - Thomas Jefferson Vice- President Democratic-Republican.
U.S. History Chapter 10: Launching the New Nation Section 5: John Adams’ Presidency.
Adams is President Ch 4 Sec 2. An awkward situation Early Elections: Most votes president, second most vice president Adams won presidency Federalist.
John Adam’s Presidency. A.Political Parties – groups that help elect government officials and shape government policies 1.TWO parties form despite Washington’s.
John Adams was a very honest and able leader. Unlike George Washington who was tall and dignified, Adams was short and a bit pudgy. Throughout his.
The Second President How did John Adam handle conflicts and how did it cost him the election of 1800? What was the Alien & Sedition Acts and why was it.
Election of FEDERALISTS: John Adams & Charles Pinckney DEMOCRATIC- REPUBLICANS: Thomas Jefferson & Aaron Burr vs.
Chapter 10 Section 3. -The framers of the Constitution had not expected the development of political parties. -Political parties-organized groups of people.
Election of 1796 John Adams v. Thomas Jefferson (Federalist) (Democratic-Republican) (Federalist) (Democratic-Republican)
President Adams Times and Trials By: Mary Okocha.
John Adams’s Presidency. The Election of 1796 Political parties— groups that help elect government officials and shape governmental policy.
WASHINGTON TO ADAMS. CHAPTER 9: BIG IDEAS Precedents and legacy of Washington’s presidency Challenges to the Early Republic – What challenges did they.
Washington Retires 1796: Washington declines to serve a 3 rd Term as president Farewell Address: Warns against entangling foreign alliances Isolationism:
The Second President Chapter 9, Section 4 Conflict With France Describe John Adams. Describe John Adams. As soon as Adams becomes President he is faced.
The First Political Parties. Parties in the United States An organized group of people with similar political ideas. The first political parties were.
CHAPTER 10 SECTION 3 “The Birth Of Political Parties”
John Adams The Second President of the United States – 1 term of trouble!
Lesson 10.5 Review Packet Page 14. Who was the second president of the United States? John Adams.
Guided reading Activity 8-3 Section 3 The First Political Parties.
Election of 1800 Adams vs. Jefferson. Political Parties- Election 1800 Federalists Candidates- John Adams & Charles Pinckney (V.P) Rule by the-
John Adams – Federalists Vs. Thomas Jefferson – Democrat Republican.
2 nd President of the U.S.: John Adams
Briefly explain Jay’s AND Pinckney’s Treaties.. #6 Objectives: - Identify some of the deep divisions between Federalists and Democratic-Republicans.
#4 –Who will lead the country?. New President John Adams He wins the Electoral College A Federalist (strong central government) Adams/Thomas Pinckney.
Federalist v. Democratic Republicans or (Anti-Federalists)
Presidency of John Adams US History Standards: SSUSH5 The student will explain specific events and key ideas that brought about the adoption and implementation.
John Adams 2 nd 1797 – 1801 Federalist Party Vice Presidents: Thomas Jefferson (Democratic Republican)
What are the differences between the federalists and anti-federalists? –Use your notes from yesterday or your book page 146.
President John Adams XYZ Affair 1)America is on the verge of war with France. 2)During negotiation, French agents X, Y, and Z asked for a bribe.
The Presidency of John Adams EQ – How did President Adams confront internal & international conflicts during this era?
The Struggle Over Foreign Policy. Foreign Policy Issues Jay’s Treaty Chief Justice John Jay sent to London to negotiate a number of disagreements left.
Please answer the following questions on this paper 1.How many states were in the Union during the 1796 election? 2.Who came in first? Where was he from?
JOHN ADAMS AS PRESIDENT PARTY POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL PROBLEMS.
Challenges at Home The Whiskey Rebellion 1. Tax on American-made whiskey a. Farmers angry – cannot afford tax.
C HAPTER 8, S ECTION 4 John Adams as President. T HE XYZ A FFAIR The French objected to Jay’s Treaty between the U.S. and France French ships began to.
The Election of 1800 The Age of Jefferson Begins.
The Presidency of. First election with political parties Federalists: John Adams Democratic- Republicans: Thomas Jefferson Adams wins presidency, Jefferson.
Early Presidents WAJMMA. WAJMMA – Adams Family Q:What is WAJMMA? A:WAJMMA for the Adams family ONLY Washington John Adams Jefferson Madison Monroe John.
The Presidency of. First election with political parties Federalists: John Adams Democratic- Republicans: Thomas Jefferson Adams wins presidency & Jefferson.
1© 2005 Sherri Heathcock 8-3 A New Nation The First Political Parties.
Section 3 Chapter 8. Federalists Alexander Hamilton Strong Federal Government Liked Britain National Bank Loose interpretation of Constitution American.
Troubled Times For John Adams Chapter 10 Section 4.
Conflict with France XYZ Affair Split in the Federalist Party Alien and Sedition Acts States Rights Election of 1800 “It's simply a matter of doing what.
Federalists v. Democratic Republican Party Federalist Party/ Hamilton Democratic Republican Party/Jefferson and Madison Strong Federal Government Strong.
John Adams 2nd President of the United States The Alien and Sedition Acts.
Federalists vs. Democratic Republicans. Federalists Beliefs: Loose construction Strong Federal government Supports industry and trade Agree with National.
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