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US History chapter 6

QuestionAnswer
Judiciary Act of 1789 a law that established the number of supreme court justices and provided the appeal of certain state court decisions
Alexander Hamilton Secretary of state
cabinet the group of department heads who serve as the president's chief advisers
Bank of the United States either of the two national banks established by congress, funded by federal gov't and private investors
Democratic Republicans political party known for its support of strong state gov'ts
two-party system a political system dominated by two major parties
protective tariff a tax on imported goods that is intended to protect a nation's business from foreign competition
exercise tax tax on products manufactured, sale, and distribution
neutrality a refusal to take part in a war between other nations
Edmond Genet
Little Turtle
John Jay
sectionalism the placing
XYZ Affair
Alien and Sedition Acts
nullification
Lewis and Clark
Aaron Burr
John Marshall `
Judiciary Act of 1801
midnight judges
Marbury v. Madison
judicial review
Louisiana Purchase
Sacajawea
blockade
impressment
embargo
William Henry Harrison
Tecumseh
war hawk
Andrew Jackson
Treaty of Ghent
armistice
Created by: jlivera