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SS Chapter 8 Section 3

Chapter 8 Section 3
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Who was criticized for his policies & personalities
Washington
Sources of criticisms of Washington
Supporters of Thomas Jefferson
Most Americans considered ______ to be harmful "factions"
political parties
Opposing leaders in Washington's cabinet
Hamilton & Jefferson
Favoring one side of an issue
partisan
Newspaper & publisher who opposed Federalist
Philip Freneau
The newspaper & publisher who opposed the Federalists did so in the _______
National Gazette
Leader of the Federalists
Alexander Hamilton
The Federalists believed in strong ___________ government
federal
the Federalists supported the _______ in their war
British
The Federalists appealed to which people
Northeast and wealthy plantation owners in the South because they favored banking and shipping interests
The Federalists' attidude toward powers & national bank
They believed in implied powers and felt they justified a national bank.
The Federalists' view on the role of ordinary people
They believed that people who were educated and owned property should be elected not ordinary people.
Leaders of the Democratic-Republicans
Thomas Jefferson and James Madison
Democratic-Republicans believed in strong _____ government
state
Democratic-Republicans supported the _____ in their war
French
Democratic-Republicans appealed to which people
small farmers, urban workers, expecially in the Middle Atlantic States and the South
The Democratic Republicans attitude toward implied powers & a national bank
They didn't believe in implied powers or a national bank
The Democratic-Republicans' view on the role of ordinary people
Ordinary people should participate in government
Washington's dilemma was that his two main advisors, _____ and _____ could not agree and they resigned. Washington respected both.
Hamilton & Jefferson
Meetings in which leaders of a group chose their party's candidate for office
caucuses
Federalist nominee for president
John Adams
Federalist nominee for vice president
Charles Pinckney
Republican nominee for president
Thomas Jefferson
Republican nominee for vice president
Aaron Burr
Electoral vote for Adams
71
Electoral vote for Jefferson
68
The second President of the US
John Adams
Who ended up being vice president because the Constitution said the person with the second highest number of electoral votes would be V. P.
Thomas Jefferson
Political party of John Adams
Federalist
Political party of Thomas Jefferson
Republican