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U.S. Presidents Political Parties Vocabulary Foreign Policy
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Washington, Adams, Jefferson
Name the first three Presidents of the United States
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Wealthy, educated, and public-spirited men.
Who did Federalists believe should run the government?
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Isolationism
a policy of neutrality - not making friends, not enemies
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The Jay Treaty
What treaty prevented war between Britain and the United States?
200
Beware of making relations with other countries
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Beware of the spirit of political parties
Give two warnings of George Washington's Farewell Address
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A weak federal government and a strong state government.
What kind of government did Republicans prefer?
200
Tribute
a bribe
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The War of 1812
Both the British and the Americans claimed victory in this war.
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They viewed it as an attack on First Amendment rights of free speech and free press.
How did Republicans view the Sedition Acts?
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Alexander Hamilton was not a natural-born citizen.
Why did the Federalists nominate John Adams as the candidate for the 2nd President and not Alexander Hamilton?
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foreign policy
decisions involving our relationships with other countries
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The XYZ Affair
Adams chooses peace over war in this event, costing him is popularity and the next election.
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The French
Which group of immigrants were targeted in the Alien Acts?
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It was a peaceful transition of power from one ruler to another.
Why was the election of 1800 called "The Revolution of 1800?"
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sedition
criticizing the government (John Adams makes it illegal)
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Andrew Jackson
This future President is a hero in the War of 1812 when he captures New Orleans.
500
States believe they have the right to refuse a federal law if they believe it is unconstitutional.
What does it mean to "nullify" a law?
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Electors would cast separate votes for President and Vice President.
How did the 12th Amendment change the election of President and Vice President?Which party, the Federalists of the
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impressment
the kidnapping of American sailors by the British
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James Monroe
This President warns Europe to stop bullying the newly independent nations of South America.




U.S. Presidents and Foreign Policy

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