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Chapter 6 US History

QuestionAnswer
Alexander Hamilton secretary of the treasury
Cabinet the group of department heads who serve as the presidents chief advisers
Judiciary Act of 1789 a law that established the federal court system and the number of Supreme Court justices and that provided for the appeal of certain state court decisions to the federal courts
Bank of the United States Handle tax receipts and other government funds
Democratic Republicans ancestors of todays Democratic Party
two party system political system dominated by two major parties
protective tariff import tax on goods produced in Europe
excise tax a tax on a products manufacture, sale, or distribution
neutrality a statement that the United States would support neither side in conflict
Edmond Genet young diplomat
Thomas Pinckney U.S Minister
Little Turtle Miami Tribe
John Jay the chief justice of supreme court
Created by: srichards96