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george washington and presedent he knew his actions as president would set an exsmple a precedent for all the other presidents after him
federal judicary act set up the court system including the lower courts
one precedent that washington set up was: that a president has a cabinet
in exchange for his plan for the federal goverment to assume debt AHAM promised thomas jefferson and james madison that he would: covince congressmen to vote for building nations capitalin virgina
the slavery petition of 1790 was signed by ben franklin
john adams dislike the job of vice president because he felt left out because washinton didnt need him
whatdoes G-SPERM stand for goverment, socail ,political,econmic ,religous milatary
the slave trade petition was written by quakers and made southerns mad as the felt discussing it was a betrayal he
AHAM argued that the bank was constitutional because it was necessary and proper
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