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what caused the whiskey rebellion? a tax on whiskey
what can national government do now that it couldn't do in shay rebellion? enforce their laws, proving constitution can run the country
what was tax with? consent of the governed
why did the country need to avoid wars? to stop getting in further debt
why should the country not have political parties? because they would divide or split the country
who supported the democratic republican party, and what country did they favor? farmers, and frontier settlers who favored state government. they favored france
who supported the federalist party, and what country did they favor? rich, and educated wellborn. they favored britain
what did the alien act allow adams to do? deport or make immigrants or aliens he thought were dangerous leave the country
what did the sedition act allow adams to do? arrest and fine citizens if they criticized the federal government or president.
what was the purpose of the alien and sedition acts? to stop the democratic republicans and any french supporters.
what amendment did the alien and sedition acts violate? first amendment. freedom of speech and press.
what were the alien and sedition acts mainly aimed towards? those who were against federal positions
who made the kentucky and virginia resolutions james madison, and thomas jefferson
what did the two resolutions say? that states created the government so they have the right to say whether or not they want to cancel or nullify federal law.
why were these inneffective at stopping the alien and sedition acts? because only two states approved.
what was amendment 12? this made it to where the vice president was voted separately from the president.
what breaks the tie between aaron burr and thomas jefferson? house of representatives
how many votes did that take? 35
was the transfer of power to a federalist president to a democratic republican president peaceful in this? yes
when was this election? 1800
what did jefferson only want to buy? the port of new orleans or new orleans.
why did napoleon sell new orleans? because of the war with great britain
for how much? 15 million dollars
what was the lewis and clark expedition? to explore the newly aquiared louisiana purchase.
what was their #1 goal to find the northwest water passage
what was this northwest water passage supposed to be? a link between atlantic ocean to pacific ocean
what is the cartoon about? war of 1812 second war of independence
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