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What did the tax on whiskey cause? Whiskey Rebellion
When did George Washington announce he was leaving the presidency? The Farewell Address
What did Washington say about the political parties They would split the country
The supporters of this Party were mostly farmers, favored State power, and favored France over Britain. Democratic-Republican Party
The supporters were rich, well educated, and wellborn. They favored a strong national government. They favored Great Britain. Federalist Party
Which Act allowed set by John Adams let government deport immigrants they thought were dangerous out of the country. Alien Act
Which law set by John Adams let government arrest and fine citizens who criticized or "hated on" the government or President. Sedition Act
Which group of Acts set by John Adams were supposed to tear down the Democratic-Republicans and supporters of France who were seen as dangerous and was aimed at those against the Federalists. It was a violation of the First Amendment of Speech and Press. Alien and Sedition Acts
Which resolutions passed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison were supposed to stop the Alien and Sedition Acts from being followed in their states and allowed states to "nullify" or cancel a federal law. Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions
Which Amendment put the President and Vice President on separate ballots because Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr had the same amount of electoral votes. This made the vice president be voted separately from the President. (NORMAL NUMBER) Amendment 12
When the House of Representatives voted between Aaron Burr and Thomas Jefferson, breaking the tie between the two. Election of 1800
Which expedition was supposed to explore the newly bought (from France) Louisiana and was to be a link between the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean. Lewis and Clark Expedition
What document was issued by James MONROE that told European countries to stay out of North/South American affairs or business or they would have to deal with America. In return, America will stay out of European affairs and business. Monroe Doctrine
Gave three reasons of impressment of American sailors; Interfering with American Shipping, and Native American using British weapons Cartoon about the War of 1812 - Second war of Independence
What made America a world power and created great nationalism or pride in America. War
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