5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Outcome of Hamilton's Compromise
- French Revolution
- Marbury vs Madison
- Pinckney Treaty
- Thomas Jefferson
- a Chief Justice: John Marshall
He declares Judiciary Act 1789 unconstitutional. Shows that Supreme Court has equal power to other branches
Established: Federal Courts have the power of Judicial review (power to declare a law unconstitutional.)
- b PRO-FRENCH
In Office: 1801-1809
Political Party: Democratic-Republican
Elected From: Virginia
Vice Presidents: Aaron Burr
- c July 14, 1789 a mob stormed Bastille (a prison and arsenal) thus starting the French Revolution.
During American Revolution the new gov't signed the Treaty of Alliance in 1778. The 2 nations pledges to ally each other
- d Soldiers sold their bonds for cheap to speculators; also most southern states paid off their debts and had nothing to gain from this plan.
- e Treaty with Spain: Gave the Americans free navigation rights of the Mississippi River and the right to trade with New Orleans.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Adams: Kept us out of was w/ France "Treaty of Mortefontaine
Hamilton: Bank of the U.S. and economic plans that continued even under demo-republican rule
- Repealed it and fired tax collectors to help pay for debt
- Who: Napoleon/France-- Jefferson sent Monroe to Paris to buy New Orleans from French for $10 mil Napoleon offered entire Louisiana Purchase for $15 mil.
What: Center of our country- doubled our size
Where: West of Mississippi. Louisiana to Montana
When: April 30, 1803. Treaty signed and purchase made
Why: Napoleon needed $$ to pay off war debt in Europe & decided he wasn't going to take over the colonies when unsuccessful in conquering Haiti.
- Rights that belong to the states (southerns states mostly supported this)
- Developed to find the basis of gov't. Formed because of different opinions on how gov't runs. Also based on religious differences and beliefs
Jefferson's Demo-Republic party became the Republican Party of today.
5 True/False Questions
Presidential Cabinet → Purpose: to advise him
Secretary of State: Thomas Jefferson
Secretary of War: Henry Knox
Secretary of Treasury: Alexander Hamilton
Attorney General: Edmund Randolf
Subversion → Rebellion against a government
George Washington → Elected: Jan 1789
Oath of Office: April 30th, 1789
In Office: 1789- 1797 (8 years)
Political Party: None (assigned as Federalist)
Elected From: Virginia
Vice President: John Adams
Embargo Act 1807 → Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr both got 73 votes but Hamilton referred to Jefferson as the lesser of the two evils. AKA Revolution of 1800
Haiti → Rebellion against a government