10.27_Political Conflict and National Expansion

10.27_Political Conflict and National Expansion - I. Adams...

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Unformatted text preview: I. Adams and the Alien and Sedition Acts a. Adams was not a huge supporter of the Alien and Sedition Acts because he they did not stand for the principles he established in the establishment of the US. But he was a Federalist so he supported the A and S Acts b. Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions- Ghost written by Madison and Jefferson and passed by these states. Said that the A and S Acts were unconstitutional and violated the First Amendment. They believed that their state had the right to block out these acts for their states. They state the 10 th amendment that says the state can acts sovereign (Jeff and Mad dont believe this when they become president of course) c. As the country moves to election of 1800, there is greater anxiety where the Federalists are going on their political basis. i. One of the causes was the discomfort about the A and S Acts. ii. Another one was the anxiety from Hamilton, and the discomfort people felt to those who supported him, particularly Adams. iii. 20,000 standing army, directed by one faction (Federalists) threatened political opposition which caused anxiety- Hamilton is appointed inspector General of Army (Determines who becomes a General). All appointments are Federalists, no Jeffersonians...
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