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Unit 5 study

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What caused the whiskey rebellion? When whiskey was taxed, it led angry Pennsylvania whiskey makers to rebel.
What does Washington state in his Farewell Address? He states that the country is to not have political parties, because it could divide or split the country.
Who were the supporters of the Democratic party? Democratic supporters consisted of farmers and frontier settlers who favored state government. Favored France
Who were the supporters of the Federalist party? Federalists supporters consisted of rich, educated people, who favored national government. Favored Britain.
What was the Alien Act, and what did it do? The law allowed John Adams to deport or force immigrants (aliens) he thought were dangerous to leave the country.
What did the Whiskey Rebellion prove? The Whiskey Rebellion proved that the government was strong enough to enforce laws due to the constitution.
What was the Sedition Act, and what did it do? The law allowed John Adams to arrest and fine citizens if they spoke any criticism or hate towards the government or president.
Who/what were the Alien and Sedition Acts meant for? The acts were aimed at stopping the Democratic Republicans and anyone sympathetic for the french cause.
Who made the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions? James Madison and Thomas Jefferson
What was the Virginia and Kentucky resolutions about? It declared that the states had a right to say whether or not something was unconstitutional.
Who was the third president? Thomas Jefferson
What was the 12th amendment? Amendment XII; The president and vice president would be put on separate ballots.
Who broke the tie between Aaron Burr and Thomas Jefferson? The House of Representatives.
What was the Louisiana Purchase? Jefferson wanted to buy the port of New Orleans, but Napoleon offered the whole area for 15 million dollars.
What was the goal of the Louis and Clark expedition? The goal of the expedition was to explore the Louisiana land.
What did war do for America? War made America a world power, and created nationalism.
What was the Monroe Doctrine? A document issued by James Monroe that told the European countries to stay out of the affairs of North and South America; they would deal with it.
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