The Early Republic, Foreign Affairs, and the Age of Jackson test review
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How much or how little power the federal government should have- Hamilton's Plan
What was one of the main causes of the differing viewpoints that caused the American political party system to emerge
the US Constitution that advocated eliminating state sovereignty and consolidating the states into a single nation. The plan featured a bicameral legislature, the lower house elected by the people for three years. The upper house would be elected by electors chosen by the people and would serve for life.
In 1791 congress passed a tax raising the cost of whiskey production
What were the causes of the Whiskey rebellion?
which farmers got mad at the whiskey rebellion?
Jefferson and burr
who tied at the election of 1800
result of the election of 1800
steer clear of permanent alliances with other nations
George Washington's foreign policy
How did John Adams respond to the war between Britain and France?
The french thought Jay's Treaty was the U.S. trying to help Britain in the war, France demanded bribe- three french men named XYZ by Adams
John Quincy Adams
Martin Van Buren
allowed president to imprison aliens and send out of the country who he thought dangerous
Alien part of the alien and sedition acts
you can not print or say anything bad about the government
sedition part of the alien and sedition acts
how long it takes to become an american citizen after alien and sedition acts
having or showing high moral standards
Advises the president on the matters relevant to their executive departments
What did Washington believe was a threat to democracy?
made one type of currency for the country, hold government funds, pay off debt
purpose of the national bank
alexander hamilton and federalists
who supported the national bank
Louisiana territory and Mississippi River Valley
what land the U.S. gained with Louisiana Purchase
how the Louisiana Purchase affected the size of the U.S.
how much the U.S. paid for the lousiana purchase ( after debt)
to find the northwest passage
purpose of Lewis and Clark's expedition
May 14, 1804- September 23, 1806
when Lewis and Clark's travels took place
the power of the courts to declare laws unconstitutional
didn't believe in paper money, thought states should have their own power
why Jackson opposed the national bank
cherokee and jackson, 15,000 indians were removed from their land and 25% of them died, 1838, The trail to the new indian territory (oklahoma), jackson wanted the indian's land and to remove them
Trail of Tears
because common white dudes got to vote
Why was the election of 1828 known as the Revolution of 1828?
to get rid of the indians
goal of the indian removal act of 1830
How did the cherokee respond to the indian removal act?
he told Marshall to do it himself
How did Jackson respond to the Sumpreme Court decision to protect the rights and the land of the cherokee?
native american issues, killed national bank, raised tariffs on European goods
three major problems with Jackson's presidency
Pickney's gag rule
to keep people form talking about slavery
refused to follow federal law/ state can't declare law unconstitutional
how was the South Caroline ordinance of Nullification a defense of states rights
South carolina refused to put the tariff on European goods
What was the nullification crisis?
lowered the tariff
How did henry clay resolve the nullification crisis
helped U.S. manufacturing
how did the embargo act of 1807 affect U.S. manufacturing
who made the judicial review
an American foreign policy opposing interference in the Western hemisphere from outside powers
resulted in judicial review
Marbury v. madison
Cherokee sued georgia, cherokee won
Worcester v. georgia
a state can't tax the federal government
McCulloch v. Maryland
monopolies can't happen
Gibbons v. Ogden
rivalry based on the special interests of different areas
A tax on imported goods that raises the price of imports so people will buy domestic goods
an official statement
the movement of people to a new location or settlement
a statement of ideals or plan of action
the right of states to limit the power of the federal government
the system or form by which a community or other political unit is governed
an official order or comission to do something
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