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Chapter 9

The American Promise 5th Edition. Professor: Jones-Reed : Keywords

TermDefinition
Alien and Sedition Act Laws that restricted the rights of immigrants in 1798
XYZ AFFAIR French Government
Whiskey Rebellion Conflicted that exploded in Western Pennsylvania in 1794
Thomas Jefferson Secretary of State, Master of diplomatic relations, Minister of France
Republican Motherhood Education would produce better mothers
John Jay New York Layer, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Bill of Rights First 10 amendments of the constitution by James Madison in 1791
Federalist Rival political factions in the 1790’s that supported the British
Alexander Hamilton The 1st Treasury of the United States
Judith Sargent Murray Massachusetts writer who favored that education would make women into rational beings
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