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8-3.4 Study guide

New National Governement

What 2 political parties deveolped as a result of the disagreements between Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson? Federalists and Democratic- Republicans
What was the purpose of the National Bank? For the power to tax and control commerce
Who was the South Carolinian most closely associated with the XYZ Affair? Charles Cotesworth Pinckney
The War of 1812 was mostly the result of: The Alien and Sedition Act
What political party disagreed with Alexander Hamilton? Democratic Republicans
Which group favored the creation of the National Bank? Federalists
The Alien and Sedition Act was a result of: The XYZ Affair
The War of 1812 resulted in which of the following? A surge of nationalism; "Era of Good Feelings"
The term, War Hawk, used in the early 1800s best described which of the following men? John C. Calhoun
Created by: brechbillc