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1779 -Northwest Ordinance -way to create new states 1781 – Articles of Confederation passed -full power in foreign affairs, war and peace, arbitrator between states, Indians and new territories all presidents’ powers 1782 - 1783 – Newburgh Conspiracy -Washington’s troops petition for redress at Philadelphia and send a veiled threat to Congress about Salbeiny or else military will overthrow the US government … MILITARY COUP deTAT 1786 – Shey’s Rebellion -farmers shut down courts to prevent foreclosures 1787 –* Virginia Plan – CHOSE TO CREATE A SYSTEM BASED ON THIS PLAN -by James Madison - called delegates to submit an entirely new document with: 1. A bicameral legislative branch 2. Executive branch 3. And that most power will rest in the lower House with members set by representation in both to create a truly national government. * New Jersey Plan - Maintain one House with equal representation -Congress can levy taxes, regulate congress, name a plural executive and a supreme court - Close to the Parliamentary System 1790 - *Current Gov:
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Washington – President Madison-VP Jefferson- Secretary of State Hamilton – Secretary of Treasury *Hamilton’s 1 st -3 rd Reports 1. Funding and Assumption of public debt - By not paying debt back, the Federal government gets support from creditors because they will want to see the well-being of the country so that they will get paid back. -Transfers allegiance to State governments to the Federal government 2. AKA- “Operations of the Acclaimed Duties on Imports” - Rejected bc it is a tariff - Imported goods should be more expensive than those made at home 3. Creation of semi – public bank chartered by Congress...Bank of the US - would serve as a source of capitol for low-interest loans to business groups 1791 - *Hamilton’s 4 th -5 th Reports 4. Called for creation of a Mint 5. Report on Manufacturers - Vision of what the economy should be - Calls for active encouragement of man to provide productive uses of new capitol - An industrialized nation with restrictive tariffs
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-Madison argues that the Constitution does not say anything about a creation of a bank *Split on Federalists and Democratic Republicans 1793 - *French go to war with Britain *Edmond Genet comes to US 1795 – Jay’s Treaty *Whiskey Rebellion (1794 – 1795) 1796 - *Washington’s farewell address *Election: Feds = Adams …WINS Dem Reps = Jefferson…becomes VP 1798 – *“X, Y, Z Affair” - Before France will meet with US to discuss peace they expect bribes. *Beginning of Quazi War with France (-1800) -Naval war - Undeclared - Peace didn’t resolve anything *Alien and Sedition Acts passed - Naturalization Act (increased amount of time person must live in US before declaring intent to become a citizen to FIVE YEARS and the time before a person can become a US citizen to FOURTEEN YEARS), Alien Act
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