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A tax on whiskey causes Pennsylvania whiskey makers to rebel against tax Whiskey Rebellion
When George Washington was leaving the office of the president Washingtons Fairwell Address
Supporters were farmers. And frontier settlers who favored state governments. Favored France Democratic Republican Party
Supporters were farmers. And frontier settlers who favored state governments. Favored France Federalist Party
Law that allowed John Adams to deport or make immigrants or aliens he thought was dangerous to leave the country Alien Act
Allowed John Adams to arrest and fine citizens if they said any criticism or hate toward the federal government or the President Sedition Act
These laws were aimed to stop the Democratic Republicans and any sympathizers for the French cause. America was fighting an undeclared war. It was mainly aimed at those who were against the federal positions. It was a violation of the First Amendment Alien and Sedition act
James Madison and Thomas Jefferson made these two resolutions. They said states created the government so states have a right to say whether or not they want to cancel or nullify a federal law. Virginia and Kentucky resolution
Amendment 12 put the President and Vice President on separate ballots because Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr had the same amount of electoral votes Amendment XII
House of Representatives break tie between Aaron Burr and Thomas Jefferson after 35 votes Election of 1800
Napollean sells land for lots of money and Jefferson buys it Louisiana Purchase
To explore the newly acquired Louisiana purchase Lewis and Clark expedition
3 reasons for impressment of American soldiers, Interfering with American shipping, and Native American resistance using British weapons Cartoon about war of 1812-Second war of Independence
Document issued by James Monroe that told all European countries to stay out of the affairs or business of North and South America/basically the Western Hemisphere or they would have to deal with America Monroe Doctrine
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