Chapter 7 Part 2

Chapter 7 Part 2 - 7. How did Federalists and Republicans...

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7. How did Federalists and Republicans stand on Constitutional interpretation? -Both Hamilton and Jefferson insisted they were working for the creation of a strong, prosperous republic, one in which commerce would play an important role. 8. Describe George Washington's foreign policy. -To remain neutral between all countries that had no interest in promoting America security. 9. Identify the cause and results of the Whiskey Rebellion in 1794. -The crisis developed when a group of farmers living in western Pennsylvania protested a federal excise tax on distilled whiskey that congress had originally passed in 1791. The president called out fifteen thousand militiamen and accompanied Hamilton he marched against the rebels. This rebel convinced many government officials that the first amendment should not be interpreted as protecting political dissent. 10. Outline the most notable positions in Washington's Farewell Address. -In his famed Farewell Address Washington warned against all political
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2012 for the course HIST 1301 taught by Professor Purcell during the Fall '08 term at Austin CC.

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Chapter 7 Part 2 - 7. How did Federalists and Republicans...

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