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History Chpt. 11

US History Chpt. 11 Political Development

TermDefinition
Whiskey Rebellion A revolt by farmers in 1794 against an excise tax on whiskey.
Washington's Farewell George Washington's parting message to the nation, given in 1796, in which he warned of threats to the nation's future.
Loose construction a broad interpretation of the Constitution, meaning that Congress has powers beyond those specifically given in the Constitution
Strict construction a narrow interpretation of the Constitution, meaning that Congress has only those powers specifically given in the Constitution.
Sedition the crime of encouraging rebellion against the government.
nullify to refuse to recognize a federal law. This action by a state is call nullification.
Sates' rights theory the theory that rights not specifically given to the federal government by the Constitution remain with the states.
reluctant struggling in opposition.
finances the management of money
accumulated to gather or collect
eloquently having the power of fluent, forceful and powerful speach
resolutions
Created by: cwakefield