...a strong federal government and supported industry and trade. The Federalists chose John Adams and Thomas Pinckney as candidates.
... after months of campaigning against one another, Adams and Jefferson took office together.
...substituting the letters X, Y, and Z for the names of the French agents. Upon hearing the disgraceful news, Federalists in Congress called for war with France.
...the although it allowed the acts to expire within a few years.
...They tried attaacking the problem at the state level by writing resolutions passed by the Kentucky legislature in 1798 and in Virginia in 1799.
...In effect, this cancelled basic protections of freedom of speech and freedom of the press.
6 True/False Questions
The Democratic-Republican's members, called republicans... → ...founded the Democratic-Republican Party
Business people in the cities tended... → ...to support the Federalists. Farmers in more isolated areas generally favored the Democratic-Republicans.
The XYZ affair, as the French demand for a bribe began to be called, outraged the American public. ... → ... after months of campaigning against one another, Adams and Jefferson took office together.
Thomas Jefferson and James Madison... → ...chose John Adams and Thomas Pinckney as candidates
In 1798, the Federalist-controlled Congress passed four laws known together as the Alien and Sedition Acts... → ...These laws were said to protect the United States, but the Federalists intended them to crush opposition to war.
The French had once tried to hire... → ...chose John Adams and Thomas Pinckney as candidates