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This would lead people to trust the government and when the government needed money again they could get it How to pay off the bonds : High tariffs Whiskey tax Report on manufacturers and infant industries Wanted to create Bank of US privately own publically Tax revenues will be deposited in bank House government funds, serve as fiscal agent Controls currency of state banks Opposition to Hamiltons Plan Federal assumption of state debts was unfair to the states that already payed off their debts Types of power in constitution Specified - ex: congress has power to declare war
Resultant - powers that come as a result of specified powers Implied - “necessary and proper” clause Whiskey Rebellion Tax on whiskey Farmers were furious and rose up against tax collecters Washington put down the rebellion Frontier 3 new states : Vermont, Kentucky, Tennessee Northwest ordinance of 1784 Southwest Ordinance - allowed slavery Foreign Policy French Revolution - we were supposed to help France because of Alliance Anthony Wayne Jay Treaty (Was made up by John Jay. It said that Britain was to pay for Americans ships that were seized in 1793. It said that Americans had to pay British merchants debts owed from before the revolution and Britain had agreed to remove their troops from the Ohio Valley) British agreed to evacuate American territory American citizens had to pay pre war money to Britain Pinckney Treaty with Spain (also called Treaty of San Lorenzo, (Oct. 27, 1795), agreement between Spain and the United States, fixing the southern boundary of the United States at 31° N latitude and establishing commercial arrangements favourable to the United States.) Gave US control of land around MS river and the right to deposit Washington's farewell address Washington warned people about the dangers of political parties and entangling alliances Origins of political parties Began to form during Washington administration
Federalist Strong central government Broad interpretation of constitution Strong standing army Government involvement in economy Pro British Pro business Republicans Jefferson and Madison Weaker central government More power to states Narrow interpretation of constitution Militia system Laissez-faire economics (no government interferenece) Anti british Election of 1796 Adams V Jefferson Adams won Adams Administration US got caught in the middle of conflict between England and France 3 people were sent to France to negotiate the aftermath of Jay’s treaty XYZ affair French demanded bribe from US ambassadors US was outraged causing tension between US and France Hamilton wanted US to go to war War was avoided and a treaty was signed in 1800 Alien acts Imposed a 14 year waiting list on immigrants before becoming citizens. Also

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