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1. Who were Andrew Jackson’s Big Three and what were their contributions. (Chapter 5) Amos Kendall- Argues of Western America Frankfort Kentucky Organized Jackson’s supporters Duff Green- United states Telegraph in Washington Had editor Duff“ rough” green- attacked democratic party but really was gearing up for vice presidents Calhoun’s next election for president Francis Blair- Washington globe Close to Jackson’s campaign was in the Kitchen Cabinet Served as presidents spokesperson Hand in shaping executive policy 2. Discuss the Federalists, Republicans and the Alien and Seditions Acts. (Chapter 6) Under the threat of war with France, Congress in 1798 passed four laws in an effort to strengthen the Federal government. Known collectively as the Alien and Sedition Acts, the legislation sponsored by the Federalists was also intended to quell any political opposition from the Republicans, led by Thomas Jefferson. The first of the laws was the Naturalization Act, passed by Congress on June 18. This act
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