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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Sates' Rights
- a the rights of statesto limit the power of the federal government.
- b someone who invests in a risky venture in the hope of making a large profit.
- c to cancel
- d fast-sailing ship with many guns.
- e act or dicision that sets an example for others to follow.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- declarations passed in 1798 and 1799 that claimed that each state has the right to decide whether a ferderal law is constitutional.
- a 1797 french attempt to bribe the U.S by demanding money before disscusing french seizure of neutral American ships.
- Hamilton and his supportors wanted a strong ferderal government.
- a 1793 statement by president Washingto that the United States would not support or aid either Fance or Britain in their European conflict.
- Supporter of Thomas Jefferson and this group was made up of farmers,artisans, and some wealthy planters.
5 True/False Questions
Cabinet → tax on foreign goods brought into a country.
Whisky Rebellion → a 1789 rebellion in France that ended the French monarchy for a time.
Alien and Sedition Acts → in 1798 federalists supported laws that permitted the president to expel foreigners, made it harder for immagrants to become citizens to be fined or jailed if they criticized the government or its officals.
Factions → opposing group within a party.
Bond → group of officials who are head government department and advise the president.