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5 Matching questions

  1. National Debt
  2. Jefferson's view on economic growth
  3. New York City
  4. One of the first jobs of Congress
  5. loose construction
  1. a To organize the parts of the Executive and Judicial branches of government.
  2. b a way of interpreting the constitution that allows the federal government to take actions that the Constitution does not specifically forbid it from taking. Hamilton supported that in the argument about creating a national bank (which he supported)
  3. c Where Washington was sworn into office.
  4. d This was the amount of money owed by the United States to its' debtors.
  5. e He thought farming was important because farms were independent works who could vote in a purer manner

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. certificates that represent money owed.
  2. the area of government that prints U.S Coins
  3. Jefferson was in favor of these, he wanted smaller government and lower taxes.
  4. This was the basis for the argument between loose and strict construction. Hamilton and loose construction won, the bank was created and it offered economic stability for the next 20 years which helped the economy.
  5. Hamilton saw this as a way to help promote manufacturing and business in the United States.

5 True/False questions

  1. Three levels of federal court systema group of people named by each state legislature to select the president and vice president

          

  2. Hamilton vs. JeffersonThey had conflict over the type of federal government which existed, Hamilton wanted a strong central government, Jefferson wanted to protect the powers of the states.

          

  3. Biggest challenge of Alexander HamiltonPaying off the national debt.

          

  4. role of banksplaces to deposit money for safekeeping, places which make loans. They pay interest on deposits and charge interest on loans.

          

  5. speculatorspeople who buy items at low prices in the hope that the value will rise.