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Unit 5

What was the "Whiskey Rebellion"? A tax on whiskey, which caused the whiskey makers in Pennsylvania to rebel against the taxes.
What was "Washington's farewell Address" about? When George Washington left the office, he said the country shouldn't be divided with political parties. He has also said to avoid foreign alliances and avoid getting debts.
Who are the "Democratic Republican Party"? Majority of the supporters are farmers who favored state governments and France.
Who are the "Federalist Party"? Majority of the supporters are rich and well educated, they favored a strong national government and favored the British.
What was the "Alien Act"? A law created by John Adams to deport or make immigrants/aliens he thought was dangerous to leave the country.
What was the "Sedition Act"? A law created by John Adams to arrest and fine citizens, if they said any criticism or hate against the Federal Government and the president.
What was the "Alien and Sedition Act" about? They were both aimed to stop the Democratic Republicans, it was also a violation of the 1st amendment the freedom of speech and press.
What was the "Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions" ? James Madison and Thomas Jefferson created 2 resolutions, which allowed the states to cancel or nullify a federal law.
What is Amendment Xll about? A voting system which allowed the President and the Vice-president to have seperate ballots.
What is the "Election of 1800s"? Peaceful transfer of power between the Federalist and Republicans president.
What is the "Louisiana Purchase"? The French ruler Napoleon sold a whole area of land for 15 million dollars to the U.S.
What is the "Lewis and Clark Expedition". The goal to find the Northwest water passage or water communication.
What is the "Monroe Doctrine". A document issued by James Monroe that told all the European countries to stay out of affairs or business.
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