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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 The First Presidency TJ and AH Federalists vs. Democratic Republicans John Adams Presidency Misc
What was the purpose of the Judiciary Act?
It established a federal court system
Why were the Bill of Rights added to the Constitution?
To limit the powers of the government and guarantee liberties
What were the three cabinets created AND who created the cabinets?
Department of Treasury Department of War State Department Created by Washington
Why were the Southerners upset about Hamiltons debt repayment plan?
The Southerners thought they would have to pay more than their share of the national debt.
When Washington left office, what were two of his concerns?
- political parties - foreign affairs
Thomas Jefferson belonged to what political party?
What was Thomas Jeffersons job when he worked with Washington?
Secretary of State
What was Alexander Hamiltons job when he worked with Washington?
Secretary of Treasury
Hamilton belonged to what political party?
Who was Washingtons Secretary of War?
Which political party believed in a strong federal government?
Which political party thought the country should be ruled by the wealthy?
Which political party believed in a strict interpretation of the Constitution?
Which political party held the belief that the nation should be built on banking, shipping and manufacturing?
Which political party believed that the nation should have state banks, as opposed to a national bank.
What was the XYZ Affair?
-a crisis with France - French delegates tried to bribe US delegates - Led to the US preparing for war with France.
What Act allowed aliens (people not citizens of US) to be deported?
The Sedition Acts made it illegal to do what?
Criticize the government
What was the purpose of the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions?
An attempt to limit the federal governments powers to those clearly outlined in the Constitution. An attempt to nullify federal laws.
Why were the Alien Sedition Acts passed?
It was a response to the threat of war with France (XYZ Affair). The Act was questioning the loyalty of people living in US from France.
The Treaty of Greenville allowed for what?
Settlers in Ohio
Aaron Burr ran for vice president. Who was his running mate?
Thomas Jefferson 1796
What was the Proclamation of Neutrality?
It barred French and British ships from US ports.
How did Americans feel about Jays Treaty?
Unhappy – Because the treaty did not deal with the trade interference of impressment.
Whiskey Rebellion Who rebelled AND why
Who – Pennsylvania farmers Why – being taxed on whiskey, when most of their money was in the form of trade. They did not have cash to pay the tax.
Review Sheet Unit 3 Washington to War of 1812.
Launching the New Government
Chapter 8 Notes The Federalist Era
Day 12 Launching a New Nation
Washington and Adams Administrations
Why was Washington reluctant about being president?
Cabinet: key advisors to the President Treasury: Alexander Hamilton State: Thomas Jefferson War: Henry Knox Attorney General: Edmund.
Challenges to the New Government
The Federalist Era
The Federalist Era Chapter 8.
George Washington Chosen unanimously as 1st President John Adams VP Inaugurated in New York 4/30/1789 Thomas Jefferson – Sec. of State Alexander.
John Adams: President #2 Refresher: What were the positives and negatives of Adam’s presidency?
Presidencies of George Washington and John Adams
The First Political Parties Causes Different philosophies of government Conflicting interpretations of the Constitution Different economic.
FORMING A NEW REPUBLIC Chapter 9. 1 ST PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION Held in 1789 Washington won, becoming our 1 st president Was inaugurated, or sworn.
The Federalist Era Chapter 9 Overview.
The Early Republic ( ) “’tis the event which I have long dreaded” -George Washington on his Presidential election.
: Jeopardy: Jeopardy Review Game. $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 Vocab & People Acts, Treaties, Etc. Political.
1© 2005 Sherri Heathcock Chapter 8 Review A New Nation.
Chapter 7. Essential Question I. Washington Leads a New Nation Honest leader and hero of the Revolution Electoral College: a body of electors who represent.
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