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1 U.S. History Chapter 2 – Revolution and the Early Republic 2-4 Launching the New Nation
2 Launching the New Nation CA Standards:Understand the history of the Constitution after 1787 with emphasis on federal vs state authority and growing democratizationObjectives:Explain how the United States confronted the difficult task of forming a new government.Summarize America’s developing foreign policy with France, Great Britain, and Spain.Identify some of the deep divisions between Federalists and Republicans.
3 Homework Prepare for Chapter Two Test Know Terms & Names on pages 46, 58, 66, and74 in textbook (pages 15, 17, 19, and 21 in workbook)Bring updated notebookRead Chapter Two Pages 44-79The Americans: Reconstruction to the 21st CenturyPrepare for Open notebook Quiz
4 HomeworkIn Notebook – write definitions for Terms and Names on page 25 in workbook:PreambleCongressHouse of RepresentativesSenateChecks & BalancesEnumerated PowersImplied PowersElastic ClauseDefinitions found on page 25 in Reading Study Guide WorkbookRead Pages 84-90The Americans: Reconstruction to the 21st CenturyPrepare for Open notebook Quiz
5 Launching the New Nation Main IdeaWith George Washington as its first president, the United States began creating a working government for its new nation.
6 Launching the New Nation Why It Matters NowThe country’s early leaders established precedents for organizing government that the United States still follows.
7 Launching the New Nation Terms & Names pg 21Judiciary Act of Protective TariffAlexander Hamilton XYZ AffairCabinet Alien & Sedition ActsTwo-party System NullificationDemocratic-Republican
8 Notes: 2-4 Guided Reading Launching a New NationRead Pages 21 & 22Reading Study Guide
9 Notes: 2-4 Guided Reading 1. What were the different views of government held by Hamilton and Jefferson?Hamilton wanted a strong central government. Jefferson wanted a weak central government. Hamilton was a leader for the Federalists. Jefferson was a leader for the Democratic-Republicans.
10 Notes: 2-4 Guided Reading 2. How did the United States handle problems with France and Spain?Washington decided that the U.S. would remain neutral in the war between France & Britain.In 1795, Spain and the U.S. signed the Pinckney Treaty. Spain gave up claims to land east of the Mississippi.
11 Notes: 2-4 Guided Reading 3. How did Adams handle the fear of foreign influence at home?Adams supported the Alien & Sedition Acts of 1798 to try to reduce foreign influence.