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Unit 5 Flash

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What was it that made Penn Whiskey makers rebel against the tax on Whiskey? Whiskey Rebellion.
What proves that it can enforce their laws unlike they did in Shay's Rebellion? National Government.
What is now strong enough to run the country? The government.
Why should the country not have political parties? Because they would divide or split the country.
Why should the country avoid foreign alliances and stay out of other countries wars? To avoid getting further in debt because of wars.
Who were farmer supporters, frontier settlers who favored state governments, and favored france? Democratic Republican Party.
Who were rich and educated supporters, favored strong national government , and favored Great Britain or England? Federalist Party.
Which law allowed John Adams to deport or make immigrants or aliens he thought was dangerous leave the country? The Alien Act.
Which law allowed John Adams to arrest and fine citizens if they said any criticism or hate toward the Federal government or the president? The Sedition Act.
Which laws were aimed to stop the Democratic Republicans and any sympathizers for the French cause? The Alien and Sedition Acts.
America was fighting what? An Undeclared War.
This war was a violation of what Amendment? The First Amendment.
James Madison and Thomas Jefferson made what two resolutions? The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions.
The people say that states created the government so states have a right t say whether or not they want to what? Cancel or nullify a Federal law.
How many states are ineffective at stopping Alien and Sedition Acts? Only two states do this.
Which Amendment put the President and vice President on separate ballots? The 12th Amendment.
Which house broke ties between Aaron Burr and Thomas Jefferson after 35 votes? House of Representatives.
What happened between Federalist president to a Democratic Republican president? A peaceful transfer of power.
What did Jefferson only want to buy? The Port of New Orleans or New Orleans.
Napoleon sells whole area for 15 million dollars because of the war with who? Great Britain.
Touisant O'veture Rebellion in Haiti makes it impossible to do what? To keep North American French Colony.
Jefferson struggles with Constitutionality of buying it, but gives in by what? Treaty Clause.
What was to explore the newly acquired Louisiana Purchase? The Lewis and Clark Expedition.
What was the #1 goal of the Lewis and Clark Expedition? To find the Northwest Water Passage or water communication.
Who made contact with Native Americans, and mapped routes and noted what animals discovered? Lewis and Clark.
What made America a world power and created great Nationalism or pride in the American country? War.
How many reasons were there for Impressment of American sailors, interfering with American shipping, and Native American resistance using British weapons? 3 Reasons.
Who issued the document Monroe Doctrine? James Monroe.
What was the document, Monroe Doctrine, about? The document told all European countries to stay out of the affairs or business of North and South America.
The European countries know not to do what? They know not to take new colonies in the Americas.
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