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Unformatted text preview: Name:_____________________ APUSH Unit 2 Study Guide Bailey Ch. 8-12 : pgs. 142-241 & 250-254 APT Ch. 1-2 Names: James Madison ( Bailey pg. 184, 191, 192, 196, 205, 206, 226, 227, 238, 239, 241, 311 ) = Democratic-Republican; The Father of the Constitution; wrote 27 essays for the Federalist Papers to convince people of New York to vote yes on the Constitution; wrote the Bill Of Rights ; joined forces with Thomas Jefferson to oppose the Hamiltonian financial program; drafted the Virginia resolution; the 4 th President ( 1808 1816 ); opposed national funding for states internal improvements John Jay ( Bailey pg. 160, 161, 184, 192, 199, 200, 202 ) = Federalist; was one of the 3 representatives at Paris to create the Treaty of Paris in 1783; wrote some essays for the Federalist Papers ; first chief justice of the U.S.; founder of Jays Treaty; was one of the representatives in the XYZ Affair John Adams ( Bailey pg. 160, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 212 ) = Federalists; was one of the representatives at Paris to create the Treaty of Paris in 1783; 2 nd President ( 1796-1800 ); sought to make peace with France, thus leading to the XYZ Affair; put his country over his party by avoiding war instead of pursuing it ( by avoiding this war, Adams unknowingly opened the path for the Louisiana Purchase 3 yrs later ); last Federalist president of the U.S. Stephen Decatur ( Bailey pg. 240 ) = naval hero of the War of 1812 and of the Barbary Coast expeditions Alexander Hamilton ( Bailey pg. 177, 184, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 200, 201, 206, 221) ( APT 1 ) = Federalist; Father of the National Debt; was one of the delegates at the Constitutional Convention of 1787; wrote most of the essays for the Federalist Papers ; first Secretary of Treasury; had a financial plan in order to correct the economic vexations of the newly formed U.S.*; founder of the Federalist political party; founder of the Federalist war faction known as the High Federalists; favored the British; died in 1804 after challenging Aaron Burr to a duel o *The First Step was to favor the wealthier groups so that they would lend the government money; The Second step was to bolster the national credit by asking Congress to fund the entire national debt with interest and to assume the states debts caused during the Revolutionary War; The Third step was to get money from customs duties and tariffs; The Fourth step was to create a national bank, modeled after the Bank of England, for the Treasury to put its surplus money into to circulate the money and get the economy going and the bank would also print paper money and provide a national currency; John Marshall ( Bailey pg. 202, 216, 217, 250 ) = Federalist; was one of the representatives in the XYZ Affair: wouldnt pay the commission required to see Talleyrand; a Chief Justice appointed by John Adams in his last days as President; gave the Supreme Court many of its tremendous powers and...
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