History 13015-8

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Chapters 5&6 The model for many of the delegates to the constitution was the Roman Republic As president George Washington Was careful not to exceed the powers given him by the constitution The politician who sought to preserve America as a nation of minimal government and small independent farmers is Thomas Jefferson How did Presidnet George Washington exercise his presidential power? Did he use it to advance partisan interests? Did he use it to pressure the legistlature? Did he attept to follow the constitutionally defined power closely or did he seek to expland that power beyond its intended limits? What was his view of setting precedents for his successors? (pg 154) He attempted to follow the constitutionally defined…show more content…
(pg 179) Napoleon *The purpose of the ___ was to maintain Federalist control of the judicial branch against Jefferson. Judiciary Act of 1801 Although Macon's Bill No. 2 temporarily removed all restrictions on trade,___ non-intercourse would be reapplied to either major power if the other ceased violating American neutral rights. What were the Berlin and Milan decrees and what impact did they have on neutral countries? (pg 186-187) *Gentility in America was defined by what people owned rather than by their ancestry. True Great Compromise → Resolved the difference between the New Jersey and Virginia delegations to the Constitutional Convention by providing for a bicameral legislature: the Senate, with equal representation for each state, and the House of Representatives, apportioned by population..Who wrote the Report on Manufacturers? (pg 157) → Alexander Hamilton. *Immediately after the Erie Canal was completed, it ___ → was a financial success *After Washington's Proclamation of Neutrality in 1793, France ___ → attacked American shipping, as did England, despite American neutrality. Describe President Washington's response to the Whiskey Rebellion of 1794. (pg 161) → He was determined to go to every legth that the constitution and laws would permit to enforce the law The Supreme Court decision that promoted economic development by rejecting the absolute sanctity of contracts when they conflicted with improvements for the good

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