History Test: Chapter 6

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  1. Pinckney's Treaty:
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    What it offered:
    • Americans liked this treaty
    • Right of Deposit (To unload and load without paying a tax)
  2. France saw this as Americans becoming alliances with the British
    Jay's Treaty
  3. Jay's Treaty:
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    Americans were angry
  4. Judicial Review:
    What it did:
    What made it happen:
    • Made it possible to declare that a law violates the Constitution
    • Marbury vs. Madison
  5. What happened during the XYZ Affair?
    (2)
    France had attacked American merchant ships.

    French agents (referred to as X, Y, and Z) demanded bribes of the American diplomats who went to France to negotiate an end to the ship seizure.
  6. Three laws that allowed the president to order foreigners considered to be a threat to national security to be jailed or deported. 
    Alien Acts
  7. Outlawed any opposition to government policies by actions or by “false, scandalous, or malicious writing.”
    Sedition Acts
  8. What were the causes of the War 1812?
    (2)
    Some American politicians (War Hawks) called for war against the British 


    Madison urged Congress to declare war on Great Britain in 1812.
  9. Through this battle, the United States discovered that the British were supplying and supporting the Native Americans
    Battle of Tippecanoe
  10. What battle made Harrison a nation hero?
    Battle of Tipcanoe
  11. What was Hamilton's Financial Plan?
    (5)
    • Tariff and Excise Tax
    • To pay debt
    • The Federal Gov. should pay war bonds in full
    • Establish a national bank
    • Make loans to the government
  12. What were the results of of 1812?
    • The White House
    • Our National Anthem
    • A National Hero (Andrew Jackson)
    • Status Quo Antebellum (fought Britain to stanstill)
    • A strengthened sense of nationalism
  13. Organized the Judicial Branch
    6 Person Supreme Court (1 Chief justice and 5 associates)
    Judiciary Act of 1789
  14. Who was the 1st Chief justice?
    John Jay
  15. (Jefferson): The government should do only what the Constitution specifically states it can do
    Strict Construction
  16. (Hamilton): the government can take reasonable actions that are not outlined in the Constitution—as long as those actions are not specifically prohibited. (Elastic Clause-necessary and proper)
    Loose Construction
  17. The government response was the first response to a central government
    Whiskey Rebellion
  18. What was taxed in the Excise Tax?
    Whiskey/Alcohol
  19. This doubles the size of the U.S.
    Louisiana Purchase
  20. Prohibited exports to foreign countries
    Embargo Acts of 1807
  21. Kidnapped sailors forcing them onto British Ships
    Impressment
  22. British are trying to get Native Americans to fight against us in our own territory
    Battle at Fallen Timbers
  23. Americans won these battles(2)
    Battle of Tippecanoe, and Battle at Fallen Timbers
  24. Became the Vice President when Washington was President
    John Adams
  25. Democratic Republicans
    Jeffersonian Republicans
  26. Jefferson and Hamilton, influenced various states by working together
    2 Party System
  27. Established local associations
    Gave Political offices & other favors to their supporters 
    (Adams and Hamilton)
     
    Federalists
  28. 1794, Farmers on the western Pennsylvania frontier object to the excess tax of whiskey
    (violent)
    Whiskey Rebellion
  29. First example of the benefits a strong central government has
    Whiskey Rebellion
  30. Who shot Hamilton?
    Aaron Burr
  31. Ruled the Judiciary Act of 1789, unconstitutional 
    Marbury vs. Madison
  32. Argued Alien and Sedition Acts were unconstitutional and that states have the right to nullify laws if they don't fit their needs
    Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions

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