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american republic 8

Who was the first Vice President? John Adams
Who was the first president? George Washington
Who tried to take the presidency away from Jefferson? Aaron Burr
Who was the Secretary of State who refused to deliver a judge's appointment? James Madison
What is taking the oath of office called? Inauguration
What was is called when putting Americans in the British navy? Impressment
What is a proposed state power over legislation? Nullification
Who said "First in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen?" Henry Lee said it about George Washington
Incident in which the French tried to bribe American envoys XYZ Affair
Who led the opposition against Alexander Hamilton's financial plans? Thomas Jefferson
What policy did the case of Marbury v. Madison establish? Judicial Review
Who appointed the midnight judges? John Adams
Created by: lydiajhille