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3rd CBA Reiew

Review for the 3rd Six Weeks CBA

civic virtue Putting your country's needs before your own
Example of civic virtue when Washington served as our Commander of Chief for the army
Which president tried to hold a new country with a new Constitution together? Washington
Washington's Secretary of Treasury Alexander Hamilton
What did Alexander Hamilton want to create for the new nation? a National Bank
In order to decrease our nation's debt what was taxed? whiskey
the group that got angry about the Whiskey Tax farmers
What was Washington against? political parties
How did Washington want us to deal with foreign countries? stay neutral
when France wanted us to pay them a bribe XYZ Affair
Did the XYZ Affair lead to war? no
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Marshall
John Marshall's most famous court case Marbury v. Madison
What was established in Marbury v. Madison judicial review
first 2 political parties Federalists v. Dem-Republicans
What did the first political parties argue about? National Bank, taxes, and how strong the gov should be
what Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1776 Declaration of Independence
What did the Louisiana Purchase do to the size of the US? it doubled it
War group in Congress encouraged President Madison to enter the War of 1812? the War Hawks
Who was the Monroe Doctrine directed towards? the European countries
What did the Monroe Doctrine say to the European countries? Do NOT colonize in North or South America!
Created by: mcphersonm
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