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The Bill of Rights did all of the following EXCEPT
settle all questions about federal versus state authority
The Tenth Amendment to the Constitution
said that powers not specifically given to the national government remained with the states or the people
Madison decided to support Hamilton's debt proposals in return for an agreement to
relocate the nation capital southward
Madison and Jefferson objected to the national bank primarily because
they believed in a strict interpretation of the Constitution
The emergence of political parties
reflected basic philosophical differences between Jefferson and Hamilton
When Britain and France went to war in 1793, the United States
expressed neutrality, warning Americans not to aid either side
The Treaty of Greenville was an agreement between the United States and
Indians on the northwest frontier
The attitude of the Federalists toward western land sales was produced by their desire to
protect their political base in the East
In his debate with Jefferson over the national bank's constitutionality, Hamilton
used the doctrine of implied powers
In regard to land policy, Hamilton and the Federalists
favored high land prices that would slow western settlement
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