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    1. 1. Powerpoint Jeopardy Early Years Federalist Plan Federalists VS Republicans Disagreements Treaties And Policy 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. True or False: Anti-Federalists believed in keeping the government small.
    3. 3. True!
    4. 4. What type of people did Federalists feel would run the government best?
    5. 5. Wealthy, educated men
    6. 6. Who was the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?
    7. 7. John Jay
    8. 8. Who was Secretary of the Treasury under President Washington?
    9. 9. Alexander Hamilton
    10. 10. Who was the Secretary of State under President Washington?
    11. 11. Thomas Jefferson
    12. 12. What is a tariff?
    13. 13. A tax on imports
    14. 14. What was the name of Hamilton’s tax that caused a rebellion?
    15. 15. The Whiskey Tax
    16. 16. Who opposed Hamilton’s plan to pay off the national debt? Why?
    17. 17. The southern states They had not sold as many war bonds as other states.
    18. 18. What 3 things did Hamilton plan to do as Secretary of the Treasury?
    19. 19. 1. Create a national bank 2. Create tariffs on imports 3. Charge national taxes
    20. 20. What compromise did Hamilton make to get the Southern states to agree to help pay back Revolutionary war bonds?
    21. 21. He agreed to put the capital city in the South.
    22. 22. Which party, Federalists or Democratic Republicans, wanted to industrialize America?
    23. 23. Federalists!
    24. 24. Which party believed in a “ strict” interpretation of the Constitution?
    25. 25. The Democratic Republicans
    26. 26. Which group believed in “implied powers?”
    27. 27. The Federalists—more power!
    28. 28. Which group supported the ideas behind the French Revolution?
    29. 29. The Republicans
    30. 30. Which group wanted the common man to have a strong role in government?
    31. 31. The Republicans
    32. 32. True or False: The Federalists and Democratic Republicans disagreed about the power of the federal government and the role of ordinary citizens in government.
    33. 33. True!
    34. 34. True!
    35. 35. True or False: Implied powers are specifically defined in the words of the Constitution.
    36. 36. False!
    37. 37. Define impressment.
    38. 38. Forcing captives into military service The British did it to American trade ships when they were fighting a war with France.
    39. 39. What is an alien?
    40. 40. An immigrant living in a countrywhere they are not a citizen
    41. 41. What groups caused problems for Americans during our early years as a nation?
    42. 42. The British stirred up the Indian tribes; impressment of trade ships The Indian tribes attacked the American settlers in the west.
    43. 43. How are the Election of 1800 and the 12 th Amendment connected?
    44. 44. A tie for President resulted. The 12 th Amendment was created to place presidential candidates on separate ballots.
    45. 45. Describe the Treaty of Greenville.
    46. 46. It was with the Indian tribes. It was supposed to preserve their land from being settled by Americans .
    47. 47. Why was Pickney’s Treaty important?
    48. 48. Treaty with Spain. It gave American ships permission to trade along the Mississippi River and at Port of New Orleans.
    49. 49. What does it mean to be partisan? Give an example.
    50. 50. When people favor one side of an issue in politics Example: Washington tended to side with the Federalist viewpoint .
    51. 51. What was the Judiciary Act of 1789?
    52. 52. Judiciary Act of 1789 <ul><li>It set up the nation’s judicial system: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>13 district courts and 3 circuit courts </li></ul></ul>

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