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Chapter 10 vocabular

Precedent something done or said that becomes an example for others to follow
Cabinet a group of advisers to a president
Bond a certificate that promises to repay borrowed money in the future—plus an additional amount of money, called interest
Protective tariff a tax on imported items designed to protect a country's industries from foreign competition
Impressment seizing people against their will and forcing them to serve in the military or other public service
Caucus a meeting of members of a political party to choose candidates for upcoming elections
Nullify to legally overturn
States rights the idea that states should have all powers that the Constitution does not give to the federal government or forbid to the states
Alien a person living in a country who is not a citizen of that country
Partisan firmly favoring one party or faction
Sedition activities aimed at weakening the established government by inciting resistance or rebellion to authority
Federalists They believed the Constitution gave government "implied" powers(not listed clearly in the Constitution). The Federalists argued for a loose interpretation of the Constitution. They pointed out that the Constitution gave Congress the power to make all laws
Democratic-republicans They believed in a strict reading of the Constitution. They rejected the Federalist idea of implied powers. They believed congressional powers were limited to what is absolutely necessary to carry out the enumerated powers
Anthony Wayne Native Americans wanted settlers who were living north of the Ohio River to leave the area. Washington sent Anthony Wayne, a Revolutionary War general, to the region to handle the problem.In August 1794, Wayne's army defeated more than 1,000
Treaty of Greenville redefined the boundary between Indian lands and Whiteman's lands in the Northwest Territory.1795 treaty between the United States and Indians of the Northwest Territory including the Wyandot and Delaware
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