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Hamilton's plan called for the federal government toA. let the Federal Reserve System absorb the loss of revenue.B. exchange obligations of indebtedness at face value for new federal bonds.C. discount obligations of indebtedness by 50 percent.D. tax interest as a way for the government to recoup some of its money.What caused the Whiskey Rebellion?A. bootleggers' attempt to change transportation and distribution agents in urban citiesB. opposing opinions on the merits of whiskeys distilled in different areasC. a dispute between westerners and the federal government over collection of the excise taxD. a reform movement of temperance advocates seeking to enact prohibitionWhy did some Americans, southerners in particular, oppose Jay's Treaty?A. It favored merchant classes but increased expenses for everyone.B. It allowed Spain too close access to the interior via the Mississippi River.C. It denied southerners equal access to European markets.D. It did not address the issue of reopening the slave trade.President Washington faced lots of problems in his first term in office, but the most basic problem wasA. getting the American press to cover his administration.B. getting Chief Justice John Jay's appointment passed.C. creating a government strong enough to gain the loyalty of its citizens but not so strong as to alienate themD. ratifying the independence of the United States.Southern states mostly opposed Secretary Hamilton's plan to settle previous debts becauseA. they thought states should retain responsibility for their own actions.B. anything proposed by a New Yorker was suspect to them.C. most had paid their debts and did not want to pay debts of northern states as well.D. federal encroachment in fiscal matters might lead to interference with slavery.The First Amendment to the ConstitutionA. stated that all rights not delegated to the central government were retained by the states or the peopleB. prevented unreasonable search or seizure of a person or their propertyC. kept governments from forcing someone to give testimony prejudicial to their legal