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Cabinet a group of the most senior appointed officials of the executive branch of the fed gov. Members of it are nominated by the commander in chief and confirmed by U.S senate, also the advisors of the pres
impressment the taking of men into a military force by doing something wrong and even knowing it. Navies of 7 nations used forced recruitment of various mean
judicial review review by the U.S supreme court of the constitutional validity of a legislative act
Monroe doctrine a foreign policy statement which created separate spheres of European and American influence. U.S.A promised to stay out of European's business and vice versa
alien belonging to a foreign country or nation
XYZ affair A diplomatic incident between french on U.S diplomats that resulted in a limited undeclared war, Adams largest policy issue
Marbury v Madison the power of the federal courts to declare legislative and executive acts unconstitutional
Tariff of Abominations A name outraged southerners gave to a tariff passed in 1828. Residents of the South believed the tax on imports was excessive and unfairly tangled their region of the country
Sedition conduct of speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch
Neutrality The state of not supporting or helping either side in a conflict, disagreement,etc: impartially
Unconstitutional not in accordance with a political constitution, especially the U.S constitution, or with procedural rules
Thomas Jefferson Washington's Secretary of state, Born April 13, 1743, known for writing the Declaration of Independence. Reduced federal budget, and lowered taxes. served 1801-1809. U.S minister to france during the revolution, died July 4,1826. //////////////////
Louisiana purchase a treaty signed with France which the U.S purchased for $15000000 the land extending to the missisipi river to the rocky mtns and from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, doubled country's size
Embargo an official ban on trade or other comercial activity with a particular country
Precedent The reasoning behind a judges decision
Tariff A tax to be paid on a particular class of imports and exports
George Washington Born Feb 22 1732 in west more land county, Virginia. served 4,30,1789 - mar 4 1797. Famous for crossing the Delaware. Set up his own national bank and presidential cabinet, signed constitution also signed first copy write law,established U.S Navy, head of
James Madison Born Mar 16, 1751, served 1809-1817, known for his work on the constitution and bill of Rights. President during war of 1812, established Republican-Democrats party. he helped write Federalist papers, played role at phili convention, died 6/28/1836
John Adams Born on Oct 30, 1735, he is a federalist, was vice president of George Washington, against slavery, kept the u.s out of war with France, both great Britain and France wanted help from the u.s, Massachusetts delegate for continental congress
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