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APUSH Adams-Madison

APUSh Administration of John Adams to Adams 1492-1824

Under the Articles of Confederation where was the power of the government? In the states
Both Shays Rebellion and the Whiskey Rebellion were tax revolts
What did the "American System" aim to do? To meet the nation's need for economic progress and self-sufficiency
When Thomas Jefferson said in 1801, "We are all republicans- we are all federalists" he meant that The principles of American government were above party politics
The proclamation of 1763 did what? Set a boundary along the Appalachians beyond which the English colonies were forbidden to settle
The Hartford Convention was a manifestation of New England Federalist opposition to the War of 1812
Created by: adrienne97