ii Closed door proceedings iii Return to fundamental principles 1 Problem of

Ii closed door proceedings iii return to fundamental

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(ii)Closed door proceedings (iii)Return to fundamental principles1.Problem of Sovereignty 2.Problem of Factions (iv)Practical Politics 1.Congressional representation 2. Ratification (c)Anti federalist response(d)Continuing Ambiguities (i) Slavery (ii)Relationship between states and federal governmentNEW LECTURE….
(8)George Washington as first president(i) No debate at all, everyone knew him and trusted him(9)Forming a new government (a)Passage of the bill of rights (b)Judiciary Act in 1789(c)Passes a tax because people are sovereign and vote on them (10)Federalists vs. Republicans (a)Fed’s supported what they helped to create. (b)Alexander Hamilton- Secretary of the (Government) Treasury- Spends a year gathering information- found debts were owned of 55 million (mostly to France’s help)(i) Four Reports 1790-9- plan of how to deal with debt. Public Credit first issue. 2.whiskey tax. 3.banks. 4.Manufacturers 1.Bond Example, face value. Katie situation 1000$ bond. 2.Lots of relation to British rule. Funding program. (ii)Vision of powerful central government (c)Opposition: the Jeffersonian- Republicans (i) Broad vs. strict construction of Constitution (ii)Agrarian vs. manufacturing society (iii)Whiskey Rebellion-17941.Washington puts together army of over 13,000 and rebellion disperses
(d)“First Party System”- no one wanted to be called a party (e)Differences over French Revolution- foreign affairs starts up (11)John Adam’s Presidency 1796-1800 with America, they seized ships on high seas. Pissed us didn’t come ally with them. (i) 1798 many thought us was on brink of Civil War (12)Jefferson’s “Revolution of 1800”- reduced national debt from 87 mil to 53 mil through Gallatin.(13)Got rid of whiskey tax to part as a lot of army killed by yellow fever and slave revolt in west Indies. Also France in war in Europe. Offered for 15 million. he could in the constitution. Acquires under a treaty. NEW LECTURE…Theme: economic changes, marketing, manufacturing Hinting theme: Republican ideology, economic nature is
moving different directions (14)18thCentury Agrarianism & the Revolution perfect republican citizen, someone who owned their own land and didn’t rent. (i) “Laissez faire” economy- “let it be” (ii)Empire of Liberty

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