New Politics for a New Republic Part I-10/4/06

New Politics for a New Republic Part I-10/4/06 - New...

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New Politics for a New Republic-Part I Key Terms I. Washington’s Administration Whiskey Rebellion A. Hamilton French Revolution B. Hamilton’s Plans Demo-Reps II. Threats to the Social Order Jay’s Treaty A. Whiskey Rebellion Federalists B. French Revolution III. Rise of Political Parties A. Democratic-Republicans B. Case of Jay’s Treaty C. Federalists I. He was unanimously elected Many policies he created became permanent A. Confidant of Washington from the Revolutionary War Two traits: -loyal to the new nation -a realist who recognize that economic self-interest motivated most people His beliefs shaped his policies-especially those concerning the American economy and the Constitution B. Congress’s instructions: -three sources-money owed to foreign nations (France), money owed to Americans, and money owed by state governments some states had already paid back their war debt -plan: Report on Public Credit in January 1790 and divisions among the states on whether they agreed or disagreed with Hamilton The capital was moved to Washington D.C. because of trying to pay back the debt Hamilton’s second plan, national bank:
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