A group of the president's advisors
The President's plan for handling problems here in the U.S.
The President's plan for handling problems with other countries
The total amount of money the government owes
Was made the national capital as a compromise over paying off states' debts.
a tax on imports
Washington's declaration that the U.S. would not take sides in the war between Britain and France.
An agreement in which the British promised to pay for American ships they destroyed, but said they would continue their attacks if we traded with France.
Washington's famous speech in which he urged the nation to avoid alliances, and to stay out of European problems.
An incident in which the French demanded a bribe before speaking to American ambassadors regarding French attacks on U.S. ships
Law that made it difficult for immigrants to become citizens - preventing them from voting.
A law that made it a crime to write, print, utter, or publish criticism of the president of government
Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions
Stated that states can nullify a law if they believe they are unconstitutional. They were Jefferson's response to the Alien and Sedtition Acts.
Part of Hamilton's financial plan to organize the economy, give the government a place to put its money,and allow it issue checks and make loans.
Political Party started by Hamilton
Political Party started by Jefferson
A group of people that share similar ideas about government.