Alexander Hamilton's "Report on Public Credit" called for:
the federal government to take over state debts from the Revolutionary War
What was NOT the new state admitted to the Union during Washington's Presidency?
The ____________ party was led by Madison and Jefferson who opposed the financial policies advocated by Hamilton
gave Americans open access to the Mississippi River
The Kentucky and Virginia resolutions advanced the argument that-
the states retained the right to determine when the national government had exceeded its powers
The Whiskey rebellion was sparked by-
Opposition to a federal tax on liquor
In 1790, _______ percent of households in the United States were involved in agricultural production.
_________ treaty called for the British to evacuate forts in the Northwest, opened limited trade between the United States and the West Indies, and granted Britain "most favored nation" status in its trade with the United States
The authors describe the election of 1800 as a turning point in American History because:
It was the first time that one political party relinquished political power to the opposition party
When John Adams entered the presidency, he inherited an undeclared naval war with