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inauguration To swear in or induct into office in a formal ceremony
Federal Judiciary Act It helped creat a court system and gave the suprem court 6 members
Cabnet a group of department heads who serve as the presedints chief advisores
Tariff A tax on imported goods
Battle of Fallen Timbers In 1794, an american army defeated 2,000 NA in a clash over control of the northwest taritories
Treaaty of greenville A 1795 agreement in which 12 NA tribes surrenderd much of ohio and indiana
Whiskey Rebellion A 1794 protest aginst taxation on whiskey, which was the lively hood of back country farmers
French Revolution In 1789 the french launched a movement for liberty and equality
Neutral not siding with one country or another
Jays Treaty The agreement that ended dispute over americans shipping during the french revolution
Pinckney's Treaty A 1795 treaty with spain that allowed americans to use the Miss. River
Foreign Policy Relations with the Gov. other countries
Political Party A group of people that try to promote ideas
XZY Affair A 1797 incident which french officials demanded a bribe from U.S diplomats
Alien & Sedition Acts A siries of 4 laws enactedin 1798 to reduce the political power of recent immagrents to the U.S
States Rights A theory that said states had the right to judge when federal Gov. had passed an unconststutional law
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