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10. asylum shelter against arrest and extradition granted to political refugees by a nation. “Genet . . . requested asylum, . . . and spent the remainder of his life residing in New York.” 11. contraband materials whose trade is forbidden. “The Royal Navy would continue to search American vessels on the high seas for contraband . . .” 12. credo a statement or set of fundamental beliefs. Washington's Farewell Address “ . . . became the credo of later American isolationists . . .” 13. seditionconduct inciting resistance to or against lawful authority. “The Sedition Law . . . defined criticism of the United States government as criminal libel.” 14. debaclea sudden, disastrous turn of events. “Following the XYZ debacle . . . Talleyrand had changed his tune.” 15. lame duckan elected officeholder or assembly continuing in office from the period of an election to the inauguration of a successor. “. . . the House of Representatives, a 'lame duck' body still controlled by members of the Federalist party.” IDENTIFICATION Briefly identify the meaning and significance of the following terms: 1. Judiciary Act of 1789__________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ 2. Hamilton's Report on Public Credit________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________3. Report on Manufacturers________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ 4. Jay's Treaty__________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ 5. Whiskey Rebellion____________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________
1056. XYZ Affair__________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ 7. Quasi-War____________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ 8. Aliens and Sedition Acts_________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ 9. Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ 10. Election of 1800_______________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ MATCHING A. Match the following treaties with the appropriate result: _____1. Proclamation of Neutrality a. avoidance of war between the United States and Britain _____2. Jay's Treaty b. concessions by Spain to the United States in hopes of preventing an Anglo-American alliance _____3. Treaty of Greenville c. avoidance of active U.S. entanglement in the British-French war of 1793 _____4. Treaty of San Lorenzod. agreement between France and the United (Pinckney's Treaty) States nullifying the alliance of 1778 _____5. Convention of Mortefontaine e. cession of lands to the United States by Native Americans of the Northwest Territory f. removal of all trade restrictions against the United States by Britain
106B. Match the following public figures with the appropriate description: _____1. James Madison a. Republican Congressman convicted of sedition for his criticism of President Adams _____2. John Marshall b. “midnight judge” appointed as chief justice by President Adams _____3. Charles C. Pinckney c. editor of the Republican newspaper, National Gazette_____4. Matthew Lyon d. Hamilton's collaborator on The Federalist, but opponent of his financial schemes _____5. Philip Freneau e. U.S. representative to France outraged by the XYZ Affair; Federalist candidate for vice president in 1800 f. secretary of war during Washington's administration COMPLETIONAnswer the question or complete the statement by filling in the blanks with the correct word or words. 1. In 1789, Congress created the Departments of , , and . 2. The first chief justice of the Supreme Court and a leading figure in New York politics was .

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