TheWhiskeyRebellion

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+ The Whiskey Rebellion Veronica Lacayo
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+ Popular Political Culture n Jay’s Treaty generated more political strife than any other event in Washington’s administration n Members of Congress believed that the rising partisan spirit was a threat to the stability of the U.S. n According to popular writers, party = faction = conspiracy to overthrow legitimate authority
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+ n Party conflict also suggested that Americans had lost the unity they had back in the Revolution n Contemporaries disliked the fact that parties could present alternative solutions to foreign and domestic problems n All of this created an atmosphere that bred suspicion
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+ n In order to promote national unity, both Federalists and Republicans advocated destruction of political adversaries
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Informing the Public: News and Politics n Newspaper transformed the political culture of the United States, more than any other element. n
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