New Politics for a New Republic-10/6/06

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New Politics for a New Republic Part II Key Terms I. Washington’s Farewell Address Farewell Address A. The Address XYZ Affair B Successful Transition of Power Quasi War II. Adams’s Administration Alien and Sedition Acts A. XYZ Affair VA and KY Resolutions B. Quasi War III. Threats to Government A. Alien and Sedition Acts B. VA and KY Resolutions I. After 8 years in office he returned to Mt. Vernon Address was meant to steer the country into the future which had a Federalist view A. Warned Americans to maintain commercial, but not political, ties to foreign nations Warned Americans to avoid permanent alliances Contrasted the United States with Europe Concern about the rise of political factions people still believed that factions were bad B. John Adams and running mate Thomas Pinckney Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr represented the Democratic-Republicans The Electoral College a problem arose because some electors weren’t voting correctly and Adams, the Federalist, became president and Jefferson, the Democratic-Republican, became vice president
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course HIST 1115 taught by Professor Rvshelton during the Fall '06 term at Virginia Tech.

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