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  • Thomasjeffersonjeopardy

    1. 1. Thomas Jefferson Jeopardy Presidential Election of 1800 Federalist Contributions Thomas Jefferson’s Political Theories Thomas Jefferson’s Presidency Thomas Jefferson’s Attack on the Judiciary 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50
    2. 2. Who were the candidates for the Federalist & Republican Parties? AnswerMain
    3. 3. Which Republican candidate ultimately won the Presidential election? AnswerMain
    4. 4. Which Federalist resolved the deadlock between the Republican candidates? AnswerMain
    5. 5. To make sure that a deadlock in a Presidential election never occurred again, which Constitutional Amendment was drafted? AnswerMain
    6. 6. What was the significance of the 1800 election? AnswerMain
    7. 7. Answer What is considered the Federalist’s greatest monument? Main
    8. 8. Did the Federalists strengthen or weaken the Federal Government? AnswerMain
    9. 9. True or False: The Federalists are credited with establishing a sound Federal fiscal system AnswerMain
    10. 10. True or False: The Federalists believed that the country should be organized as “a society of small independent farmers” AnswerMain
    11. 11. What was the attitude of the Federalists towards Great Britain and France? AnswerMain
    12. 12. What was Thomas Jefferson’s attitude towards indebtedness? AnswerMain
    13. 13. What was Thomas Jefferson’s attitude towards government? AnswerMain
    14. 14. What type of society did Jefferson envision for the United States? AnswerMain
    15. 15. What was Thomas Jefferson’s attitude towards the British & the French governments? AnswerMain
    16. 16. What was Thomas Jefferson’s attitude towards slaves? AnswerMain
    17. 17. In Thomas Jefferson’s inaugural address, how did he describe his ability to perform the duties of President? AnswerMain
    18. 18. Thomas Jefferson wanted to end partisan politics. How did he attempt to do this? AnswerMain
    19. 19. Believing that all government was evil, which Federalist laws did he repeal? AnswerMain
    20. 20. What was Thomas Jefferson’s philosophy? AnswerMain
    21. 21. Despite his attitude of Pell-Mell, was Thomas Jefferson bipartisan in selecting his cabinet and other government officials? AnswerMain
    22. 22. What was Thomas Jefferson’s attitude toward judicial power? AnswerMain
    23. 23. What was the name given to new appointees under the Judiciary Act of 1801? AnswerMain
    24. 24. Name the Supreme Court case involving one of President Adams’ minor Midnight Appointments, who did not receive his commission before President Jefferson took office. AnswerMain
    25. 25. Midnight appointee and Supreme Court Justice who wrote the opinion for Marbury v. Madison AnswerMain
    26. 26. Who was the Supreme Court Justice that Thomas Jefferson impeached? AnswerMain

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