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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`s now strong enough to run the country? The Government
Why was George Washington leaving the office of president? Washington`s Farewell Address
What was the Sedition Act? A law that allowed John Adams to arrest and fine citizens if they said any criticism
What was the Alien Act? A law that allowed John Adams to deport or make immigrants
When were the supporters rich, and educated wellborn? Federalist Party
What would the countries not have if they divide or split them? Political Parties
What was the Lewis and Clark Expedition To explore the newly acquired Louisiana Purchase
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