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Ch 9 vocab AM

to officially be commited to be president like washington he also did standard practice inagurate
a act that gave the supreme court 6 members it also provided for th lower less powerful federal Federal Judiciary ACT
the people that were the heads of the departments there was usualy 3 depeartments Cabinet
a tax on imported goods, that served two purposes raising money for the gov. and encouraging the growth of the american industry Tariff
the battle in which the native americans were defeated Battle of Fallen Timbers
happened in 1795 where they agreed to cede or surrender much of ohio tot he u.s government Treaty of Greenville
Pennsylvania farmers staged on the taxes on whiskey Whiskey Rebellion
in 1792, thousands of french citizens were massacred, Europeans believe the massacre threatened their thrones French Revolution
Not siding with one country or the other neutral
British agreed to pay for the u.s damages that the vessels had seized. Ended up being a unpopular treaty Jays Treaty
Where Spain gave Americans the right to travel on the Mississippi river Pinckney's Treaty
Relations with the other countries and the governments Foreign policy
A group of people that try to promote its ideas and influence government Political party
French agents that were called to talk about money XYZ Affair
In 1798, this act targeted alien which were immigrants and weren't citizens, the other part gave the president power to arrest aliens Alien and sedition Acts
Theory that stated, states have rights that even the government could not violate States rights
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