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17.Basis of political and economic challenges state governments faced - Worthless paper currency and big debts18.Shays Rebellion demonstrated to Americans - A stronger government was needed19.Result of Great Compromise - A bicameral legislature with a House of Representatives and a Senate20.What three-fifth's compromise was for - Slavery21.Constitution gave national government - Broad powers over taxation, military defense, and commerce22.Patrick Henry thought ________ - Constitution would recreate British rule with high taxes, large bureaucracy, and a standing army23.Federalist No. 10 said ________ would be accomplished - Preventing one factionfrom becoming dominant24.To persuade certain states, Federalist promised - a bill of rights25.Actions the first congressional government undertook in 1789 - Made a supreme and the Judiciary Act of 178926.Bill of Rights outcome - Eased Americans' fears of oppressive government27.Alexander Hamilton's financial plan included - The government’s assumption of the state war debts28.Why Hamilton's financial plan was controversial - It rewarded wealthy investors and speculators - Some southern states had already paid off their war debts - It created a permanent national debt - Many believed that a national bank was unconstitutional29.To win votes, Hamilton ________ - Proposed the new capital be built in the Upper South30.The critical disagreement that led to political parties - The size and power of the government31.Thomas Jefferson's vision for the future - An agricultural society made of yeomanfarm families32.Catalyst for the Whiskey Rebellion - An excise tariff33.True of George Washington's Proclamation of Neutrality - Earning from shipping rose34.Jay's Treaty - A trade treaty with Britain that infuriated France35.Federalists' repose to the Republicans' criticism - The Alien and Sedition Acts36.Characterizes U.S. relations with France - US cut off trade with France37.Why Jefferson called his presidency the "Revolution of 1800" - The bloodless transfer of power showed government could be hanged in an orderly way38.US reaction to French Revolution - Artisans praised the egalitarianism of the French republicans and founded political clubs39.The Naturalization, Alien, and Sedation Acts outcomes - it was illegal to publish insults or malicious attacks against Congress or the presidentExam 4
1.Why Jefferson called his presidency the "Revolution of 1800" - The bloodless transfer of power in an orderly way2.How 1783 Treaty of Paris addressed Native Americans living in Old Northwest - Stipulated Native tribes would be Britain's until 17933.Henry Knox favored this approach to the Native Americans - Assimilating native people into Euro-America society4.Indians of Ohio acknowledged America political sovereignty of which treaty - The Treaty of Greenville5.Native American response to whites assimilation in the Midwest - Force Christianconverts to participate in need of rituals6.Migrants who moved along the coastal plain toward the Gulf of Mexico originatedfrom -

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