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Early Republic (Washington & Adams) Study Cards
Terms in this set (14)
Hamilton's economic plan passed because
U.S. capitol would be located in the south.
Issues, decisions & policies within the home country
process the Supreme Court uses to determine if a law is constitutional or not
According to Washington's farewell address, what were the greatest threats to the nation?
Rise of political parties, no permanent foreign alliances, strained relationships between the north & the south
What was the Whiskey Rebellion?
1794 armed protests in Western Pennsylvania. Farmers were upset at the new whiskey tax. Washington used the army to maintain & keep order
Describe the laws passed by the Alien & Sedition Acts
allowed non-citizens to be put into prison, non-citizens could be deported if considered dangerous, US & France sign a treaty.
Explain the XYZ affair
French capture US ships carrying goods to Britain, President Adams sends diplomats to France, Agents "X, Y & Z" tried to bribe the American diplomats.
Who was the first president of the United States?
Who was the 2nd president of the United States?
What were some important actions taken by Alexander Hamilton as Secretary of the Treasury?
Paid back bonds, established the National Bank of the U.S., Whiskey Tax
What were some domestic policy challenges Washington faced in leading the new U.S. government?
Defining the authority of the central government, creating a stable economy, building a strong military, maintaining national security
What were some differences between the United States of 1790 & today?
The westernmost border of the U.S. was the Mississippi River; smaller, rural population
What was the significance of Marbury v. Madison?
established the Supreme Court's power of judicial review
issues, decisions & policies having to do with other countries
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