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8.3.4

Thomas Jefferson vs. Alexander Hamilton- A Philosophical Battle

QuestionAnswer
political party A group of people who have similar ideas about government
Cabinet The Presidents top advisers
National Debt The money a country owes
Federalists A political party led by Alexander Hamilton that believed in a strong central government.
Foreign Policy A set of goals that tell how a country will act with other countries.
Economic Policy The actions taken to manage the country's money.
Democratic-Republicans a political party led by Thomas Jefferson that believed in a weak national government and stronger state governments.
Alien Someone from another country who does not have citizenship
Sedition Actions that make the government weak.
Tariffs Taxes on Imports
Bond A promise to repay money.
nullify to cancel (federal laws)
states' rights limiting the federal government to those powers clearly assigned to it by the Constitution and reserving to the states all other powers not expressly forbidden to them.
loose interpretation of the Constitution The idea that Congress has more powers than those given to it in the Constitution
strict interpretation of the Constitution The idea that Congress has just the powers (and no more) given to it in the Constitution
Created by: rappel121