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SPChapter 9 Matching

Matching terms for Washingtons Administration

Washington called upon his____________ to advise him on official matters. Cabinet
The set__________________ up the federal court system. Federal Judiciary Act
The_______________ involved U.S. diplomats and French officials. XYZ Affair
________________was the first vice-president and the second president. John Adams
The________________targeted both immigrants and newspaper editors. Alien and Sedition Acts
Jefferson and Madison used the_______________to fight the Alien and Sedition Acts. Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions
____________________served as secretary of the treasury under President Washington. Alexander Hamilton
Jay’s Treaty helped reduce frontier tensions between the U.S. and_____________________ Britain
Pinckney’s Treaty established the 31st parallel as the boundary between the United States and___________________ Spain
In 1793, Washington declared that the United States would remain neutral during the French Revolution
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