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100 200 400 300 400 George Washington The Whiskey Rebellion Thomas Jefferson Hamilton & Federalists 300 200 400 200 100 500 100
Row 1, Col 1 Made a _____ proclamation in His farewell address. Neutrality
1,2 Showed the power of federal government To enforce______? Laws
1,3 Wanted the_____to be based on farming Economy
1,4 Wanted a protective tariff to Protect_____merchants Northern
2,1 He said stay out of entangling_________? Alliances
2,2 The Whiskey Rebellion was a ____ of the Federal Government’s Power. Test
2,3 Wanted a ____interpretation of the government Strict
2,4 Supported the northern merchants with a protective______, wanted the economy to be based on business. Tariff
3,1 He said avoid_______? Permanent treaties
3,2 Thomas Jefferson was ______ by the Federal Response to the Whiskey Rebellion. upset
3,3 Thomas Jefferson was a ______- Republican. Democrat
3,4 Thomas Jefferson lived in what state? Virginia
4,1 He said the U.S. neutrality was violated by British ___? impressments
4,2 The rebellion was because of an _____tax on whiskey excise
4,3 Popular sovereignty: Government exists by ________ of the people. consent
4,4 Alexander Hamilton wanted a_____ interpretation Of the U.S. Constitution. loose
5,1 He wanted_____political party to Try and stop gridlock in government. one
5,2 Alexander Hamilton was of what Political Party? Federalist
5,3 Opposed Hamilton’s _____ because it strengthened the power of the ____ government and the rich. National Bank, Federal
5,4 Hamilton offered to use Federal excise tax money to pay____debt. state
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