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  • 1. FEDERALIST ERA Dr. Yolanda Romero
  • 2. I. Washington as President Elected April 06, 1789 at New York Oath taken April 30, 1789 John Adams vice president Establish precedent
  • 3. II. New Government at work • • Cabinet State Dept. –Thomas Jefferson – War Dept.-Henry Knox – Treasury Dept.- Alexander Hamilton Bill of Rights ratified 1791 – Attorney General-Edmund Randolph • Judiciary Act 1789
  • 4. • Problems of Finance – Alexander Hamilton the man – Hamilton’s Program • Funding – Foreign & Domestic – Capitalists support – Challenges
  • 5. • Assumption – State Debts – Compromise
  • 6. • National Bank – Private Investors – Opposition – Implied powers
  • 7. • Report – Foster Domestic manufacturing – Failed Reaction to Hamilton’s Tax Plan Whiskey Rebellion 1794 Milestone on Public opposition
  • 8. • Foreign Affairs under Washington – West• Spanish & British France French Revolution 1789 Federalists v. Antifederalists Edmond Genet Neutrality Proclamation 1793 British violations of neutrality John Jay’s Treaty 1795 Spanish Pinckney’s Treaty 1795 Election of 1796 Washington’s Farewell
  • 9. III.The Adams Administration • John Adams • XYZ Affair • Alien & Sedition Acts -Naturalization Act – Alien Friends Act – Alien Enemies Act – Sedition Act
  • 10. • Kentucky & Virginia Resolutions – States Rights • Interposition • Nullification Election of 1800 Jefferson & Burr 12th Amendment Midnight Judges State of the Country Sectionalism/Regionalism African Americans

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