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Federalist era

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Federalist era

  1. 1. FEDERALIST ERA Dr. Yolanda Romero
  2. 2. I. Washington as President Elected April 06, 1789 at New York Oath taken April 30, 1789 John Adams vice president Establish precedent
  3. 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. 4. • Problems of Finance – Alexander Hamilton the man – Hamilton’s Program • Funding – Foreign & Domestic – Capitalists support – Challenges
  5. 5. • Assumption – State Debts – Compromise
  6. 6. • National Bank – Private Investors – Opposition – Implied powers
  7. 7. • Report – Foster Domestic manufacturing – Failed Reaction to Hamilton’s Tax Plan Whiskey Rebellion 1794 Milestone on Public opposition
  8. 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. 9. III.The Adams Administration • John Adams • XYZ Affair • Alien & Sedition Acts -Naturalization Act – Alien Friends Act – Alien Enemies Act – Sedition Act
  10. 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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