History1301_Ch8 - Chapter8:AnewRepublicandtheRiseofParties...

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Chapter 8: A new Republic and the Rise of Parties  1. The Battle of Fallen Timbers led to: the Treaty of Greenville. 2. Which statement about the Whiskey Rebellion is NOT true? Thousands of rebels had armed themselves in militia camps in western  Pennsylvania. 3. The most democratic members of Congress felt that George Washington  should be addressed as: "Mr. President." 4. John Adams: defied his party in negotiating the Franco-American Accord of 1800. 5. New England was the most uniform region in America for all of the  following reasons EXCEPT: it contained the highest percentage of people who had been Loyalists. 6. The Republican Party was weakest in: New England. 7. Hamilton's ideas included all of the following EXCEPT: promoting an agrarian-based economy for the United States. 8. All of the following are true about Alexander Hamilton EXCEPT: he served as the major spokesman for the yeoman farmer. 9. The Judiciary Act represented an artful compromise that balanced legal powers. 10. Madison wanted to place especially high duty taxes on imports from: England. 11. Which geographic region best describes the American West in 1790? from the Appalachian Mountains to the Mississippi River
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12. Slaves made up the majority of the population in all of the following regions  EXCEPT: the Piedmont region near the Appalachian Mountains. 13.
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History1301_Ch8 - Chapter8:AnewRepublicandtheRiseofParties...

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