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Unit 5

Unit 5 Study Guidee

What does the tax on whiskey cause? The Whiskey Rebellion
What does the Whiskey Rebellion prove? That the national government is strong enough
What did George Washington think about political parties? That they would divide and split the country
What was another part of Washington's Farewell Address? Avoiding foreign alliances staying out of countries to avoid more debt because of wars
What did the Democratic Republican party support(Republicans)? Favored the state government and France . They were farmers and settlers
What did the Federalist Party support? Favored a strong national government and Great Britain or England .They were rich and well educated
What did the Alien Act entail? It aloud John Adams to deport certain immigrants
What Amendment did the Sedition Act violate? It violated the first Amendment
What did the Sedition Act entail? It allowed the president to fine or arrest anyone who spoke out against him
What party was the Alien and Sedition Act aimed at? The Democratic Republicans and those who were against Federalist positions.
What two states are ineffective in stopping the Alien and Sedition Act Virginia and Kentucky
What are states rights? rights that the states have to cancel a Federal law
Who destroyed the Alien and Sedition Acts? Jefferson as president
What did the 12th Amendment do? It put the President and Vice President on separate ballots?
Who won the 1800 election? Thomas Jefferson
The Election of 1800 was? A peaceful transfer of power between Federalist to Republican
What was Jefferson main contribution to the US? The Louisiana Purchase
How much is the Louisiana Purchase sold for? 15 million dollars
What was the Lewis and CLark expedition for? To explore the Louisiana Purchase
What was the #1 goal of the expedition? to find the Northwest Water Passage
What did war make America? A world power also created great nationalism
What was the Monroe Doctrine? a document issued by James Monroe
What was the Monroe Doctrine about? about the European countries staying out of the Western Hemisphere
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