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1 Chapter 6.1 Review

2 1. Administration (193) Answer: officials in the executive branch of government. 2. Precedents (193) Answer: Acts or statements that become traditions to be followed

3 3. Cabinet Answer: group of federal leaders who headed the major departments o the executive branch and advised the president. 4. Tariffs (194): Answer: taxes on imported goods, to raise revenue for the federal government and protect American manufacturers from foreign competition.

4 5. Loose Constructionist (195):
Answer: read the constitution broadly, read in between the lines; draw inferences. Gives federal government more power. 6. Strict Constructionist (195): Answer: limit federal government’s power to the powers explicitly granted to the federal government by the Constitution.

5 7. Political Parties (197) Answer: groups of people who seek to win elections and hold public office in order to shape government policy. They are factions.

6 8. Who were the first president and the first vice president
8. Who were the first president and the first vice president? (pages ) Answer: George Washington (President) and John Adams (Vice President)

7 9. Explain what the Judiciary Act of 1789 established? (page 193)
Answer: established a judiciary, or a system of courts. The U.S. judiciary was made up of 13 federal district courts, 1 for each state.

8 10. What is the job of the Attorney General? (page 193)
Answer: lead attorney, lawyer, for federal government; he/she prosecutes and defends cases on behalf of the federal government.

9 11. Which cabinet positions were there under the presidency of George Washington?
Answer: Departments of State (conduct foreign policy), the War Department (supervised national defense), Secretary of the Treasury (manages the nations money), Attorney General (prosecutes and defends cases for the federal government)

10 12. Did Thomas Jefferson agree or disagree with Hamilton’s ideas
12. Did Thomas Jefferson agree or disagree with Hamilton’s ideas? Give one specific example from the text to back your answer. (page 195) Answer: Thomas Jefferson disagreed with Hamilton’s ideas. As an example, the text states, “Jefferson and Madison insisted that Hamilton was betraying the American Revolution to establish a ‘Kingly government.’”

11 13. Who were the leaders of the two emerging political parties (p.197)?
Answer: Federalists (led by Alexander Hamilton and John Adams) and the Democratic Republicans (led by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison)

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