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Lecture+_20+Revised+Fall+09 - Lecture #20: The Politics of...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture #20: The Politics of Annihilation: Party Politics in the New Republic I. The Evolving Conflict of the 1790s A. Hamiltons Reports, 1790-91 B. Jeffersons Response Opposition and Organization C. The Potomac Compromise D. The Whiskey Rebellion, 1794 Revenue, State Power, and the Annihilation of Opposition E. The French Revolution as a Source of Division in America I. The Evolving Conflict, continued F. The Jay Treaty, 1794-95 G. Adams and the Quasi-War with France H. Parties and the Politics of Fratricide: The Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798 I. The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions: Inventing the Doctrine of State Nullification John Adams, c. 1789 II. The Revolution of 1800 A. Party Politics and the Presidential Election B. Burr, Jefferson, and the Electoral Deadlock C. Thomas Jefferson, The Negro President D. Toward Weehawken: Foreshadowing the Federalists Demise Burr-Hamilton Duel, 1804 III. The Jeffersonians in Power: III....
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