5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Biggest challenge of Alexander Hamilton
- Martha Washington
- $11.7 million
- U.S. Mint
- 4 million
- a Population of American in 1790.
- b She had to entertain guests and attend social events as the First Lady.
- c Paying off the national debt.
- d the area of government that prints U.S Coins
- e amount of money owed by the U.S. to foreigners after the Revolutionary War.
5 Multiple choice questions
- places to deposit money for safekeeping, places which make loans. They pay interest on deposits and charge interest on loans.
- Amount of states' debt.
- certificates that represent money owed.
- Pay the bonds back in the full amount but over a period of time.
- First Secretary of State.
5 True/False questions
protective tariff → Jefferson was in favor of these, he wanted smaller government and lower taxes.
John Jay → First Vice President.
Protective Tariff → Hamilton saw this as a way to help promote manufacturing and business in the United States.
strict construction → way of interpreting the Constitution that allows the federal government to take only those actions the Constitution specifically says it can take. Jefferson supported it in the argument about creating a national bank (which he did not support)
lower tariffs → Jefferson was in favor of these, he wanted smaller government and lower taxes.