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Unit 5 Study

Whiskey Rebellion A tax on whiskey causes Pennsylvania whiskey makers to rebel against tax. National government proves that it can enforce their laws unlike they did in Shay's Rebellion.
The government is now strong enough to enforce laws proving Constitution is a strong enough government to run the country Tax was with the consent of the governed.
Washington's Farewell Address When George Washington was leaving the office of the president he said, "The country should not have political parties because they would split the country." Avoid getting further in debt because of wars.
Democratic Republican Party Supporters were farmers and frontier settlers who favored state governments favored France.
Federalist Party Supporters were rich, educated wellborn, favored strong national government, and favored Great Britain or England.
Alien Act This law allowed John Adams to deport or make immigrants or aliens he thought was dangerous leave the country.
Sedition Act This law allowed John Adams to arrest and fine citizens if they said any criticism or hate toward the Federal government ot the President.
Alien and Sedition Acts Laws were aimed to stop the Democratic Republicans and anyone who supported French. America fighting a undeclared war. Mainly aimed whoever was in a Federalist position. Violation of 1st Amendment
Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions James Madison and Thomas Jefferson made the 2 resolutions. Said that states created the government so states have a right to say whether or not they want to cancel a Federal Law. Jefferson won next election .
Amendment 12 Put the President and Vice President on separate ballots.
Election of 1800 House of Representatives break tie between Aaron Burr and Thomas Jefferson. Peaceful transfer of power between Federalist president to a Democratic Republican president.
Louisiana Purchase Napoleon sells whole area for 15 million dollars because of war with Great Britain. Jefferson struggles with Constitutionality of buying it, but gives in by treaty clause.
Lewis and Clark Expedition #1 goal to find the Northwest Water Passage or water communication. Also made contact with Native Americans, and mapped routes and noted what animals discovered.
Cartoon about War of 1812-Second War of Independence 3 Reasons for Impressment of American Sailors, Interfering with American Shipping, and Native American resistance using British weapons. War made America a world power and created great Nationalism or pride in the American country.
Monroe Doctrine Document that told all European countries to stay out of the affairs or business of North and South America. They agreed to it.
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