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Chapter 7 Homework #1: Washington Part I Pages 216-222 (stop at the Haitian Revolution) DIRECTIONS: Take your own notes (NEAT and in your own words, not word for word from book). For the Hamilton section, use the chart provided instead. You will also need to answer a few questions on the Bill of Rights. Section Your own notes (2-3 bullet points); your OWN words The Political Crisis of the 1790s Federalist split into two factions led by Jefferson and Hamilton Jefferson: agricultural government governed by local officials Hamilton: central government and manufacturing economy The Federalists Implement the Constitution Election of 1788 for House of Representatives: 44 Federalist to 8 Anti-Federalists Electoral College made George Washington President and John Adams Vice President Constitution allowed national and local leaders to be elected Devising the New Government George Washington reinstated Foreign Affairs, Treasury, and War departments in the government Jefferson-state, Hamilton-treasury, Henry Knox-war Judiciary Act of 1789- made federal courts consists of 3 circuit courts in each state with the Supreme Court to had the final decision The Bill of Rights Bill of Rights- protected the citizens of their rights and liberty, as well as their legal rights(jury) Anti-Feds feared the national government and doubted the Constitution James Madison submitted 19 Amendments, 10 of which were ratified to the Bill of Rights in 1791 BILL OF RIGHTS: Read each one and determine an event/situation/other that might have encouraged the inclusion of the amendment. Amendment I Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
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