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midterm timeline

history 101 midterm timeline

QuestionAnswer
President could deport aliens Alien Act, 19
jefferson wrote most of it Declaration of independence
Couldn't tax or raise revenue legislative
north vs south 3/5 compromise
pinkey's treaty with spain
States rights-against alien and sedition Acts virginia and kentucky resolutions
yorktown cornwallis surrenders, 1781
Gave impetus to vote for independence resolution of independence, july 2, 1776
secretary of state thomas jefferson
5 states adopt resolution to call philadelphia convention annapolis convention, 1786
virginia plan large state plan- representation based on population
shay's rebellion aganst foreclosing mortgages
montesquieu seperation of powers
Financed revolution paper money, domestic borrowing, foreign loans from france, spain, holland
created a national government articles of confederation drafted 1777, adopted 1781
ratification of constitution fight over bill of rights
no effectve national law judicial
by committee- ineffective executive
elected one presi
Created by: kevinlb