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  1. targeted aliens (immigrants who were not yet citizens). One act incrsed the waiting period to become a citizen from 5 to 14 years. Other acts gave the president power to arrest disloyal alients or order them out of the country. A fourth act outlawed sedation - saying or writing anything false or harmful about the government.
  2. to pay damages/fees for the us vessels the took.
  3. He believed (with Madison) in a narrow or strict view of Constitution and the Constitution did not give the government power to set up a national bank.
  4. Hamilton believed in a loose or broad construction of the Constitution. He thought the bank was necessary and proper to carry out the government duties.
  5. gave the americans the right to travel freely on the mississippi river and the right to store goods at the port of new orleans without paying costum duties.

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  1. What are loose interpratations of the constitution and who favored eachHe believed (with Madison) in a narrow or strict view of Constitution and the Constitution did not give the government power to set up a national bank.

          

  2. Virginia and Kentucky resolutions - what did the resolutions declaretargeted aliens (immigrants who were not yet citizens). One act incrsed the waiting period to become a citizen from 5 to 14 years. Other acts gave the president power to arrest disloyal alients or order them out of the country. A fourth act outlawed sedation - saying or writing anything false or harmful about the government.

          

  3. French Revolution- How did the French Revolution affect the US?Washington urged on by Hamilton was prepared to enforce the tax and crush the Whiskey rebellion. They feared that not to act would weaken its authority.

          

  4. What the Judiciary Act EstablishedSecretary of War - Henry Knox, Secretary of State - Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of Treasury - Alexander Hamilton, Advise the Govt. for legal Matters - Edomen Randolph

          

  5. Whisky Rebellion - What ended the Whiskey RebellionWashington urged on by Hamilton was prepared to enforce the tax and crush the Whiskey rebellion. They feared that not to act would weaken its authority.

          

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