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Chapter 10 : Launching of the New Ship of State (1789-1800) Key Terms Definitions Bill of Rights First 10 amendments added to the Constitution, added in 1791 by James Madison States would not ratify until Federalists promised to add bill after ratification Judiciary Act of 1789 Organized Supreme Court/Attorney General’s office Created judicial bank of government : set up court systems Hamilton’s Plans Funding at par - economic plan to exchange old bonds for new bonds Assumption - theory that federal government would assume all state’s debt from Revolution; states that already paid were mad since they would have to pay more to help other states; Hamilton said debt was good for economy Tariff - taxes put on imported goods Excise Tax - taxes on manufacturing of items; targets poor Western farmers who produced whiskey The First Bank of the United States - it made the economy stable Bank of the United States Chartered by Congress from Hamilton’s fiscal plans Printed money and served as depository for funds; paper currency for the country Only chartered for 20 years because people were distrustful of it Whiskey Rebellion (1794) Southwestern Penn. farmers and producers challenged National government’s unjust excise tax use Government went in and won easily, letting other rebellions know that now the government is for real and shouldn’t be messed with A Government that can under the constitution compared to the Articles of the Confederation in which the federal government couldn’t do anything about Shay’s Rebellion Reign of Terror (1789) Ten month period when 40,000 people were killed from guillotine in France during French Revolution Jeffersonians leaned toward helping France because of treaty Hamiltonians leaned toward not helping France and thus helping England because of economic benefit Neutrality Proclamation (1793) Issued by George Washington and proclaimed government’s neutrality in European conflict & told citizens not to take side Charles Genet (French ambassador) came to draft Americans to help with French Revolution Washington told Genet to go home, France was out of control Basically said that America was looking out for America, despite treaties made or friendships during the war Fallen Timbers Attack made by General “Mad Anthony” Wayne against North Western Indians Ended British alliance with Indians Greenville Treaty Gave America all of Ohio region thanks to Wayne
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(1795) Allowed Americans to explore and create Jay’s Treaty (1794) Treaty that offered little concession from British to US and greatly disturbed Jeffersonians British would evacuate the chain of posts on US soil & pay for US ship damages Shows that the government under the Constitution is working we got the British out of the forts.
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