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The case of Marbury v. Madison was significant because it established that the Supreme Court could
do what?
Describe the principles of the Democratic-Republican party of the 1700s
The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions expressed the idea of what?
In reaction to the French Revolution and the war between France and Britain in 1793, President
Washington issued a declaration of
What did George Washington mention in his Farewell Address?
A tariff is a tax on what?
What was the main purpose of the Federalist Papers?
The First Amendment guarantees what 4 freedoms?
Shays's Rebellion was a protest by farmers who faced problems from…
The Great Compromise was an agreement about how to…
The office of president of the United States was FIRST established in what document?
The formation of political parties can be traced to the different philosophies and viewpoints of what two
people?
Alexander Hamilton's plan for the federal government to take over the states' share of the public debt
was opposed by who?
The plans of Tecumseh and his brother “the Prophet” to unite the Natives and fight the United States
were stopped at
What is the “supreme law of the land”
List the three main branches of the government.
Under the Articles of Confederation, each state's power in Congress was based on what?
From the time of the Declaration of Independence until the ratification of the Constitution, the United
States functioned without what?
Adding a bill of rights to the Constitution was largely supported by the?
List all of the writers of the Federalist Papers.
The Antifederalists, in general, strongly supported the idea of what document?
The Whiskey Rebellion was important because it did what?
Which event was a response to an unpopular excise tax imposed by the federal
government?
During John Adams's presidency, why were Democratic-Republicans outraged by the
Alien and Sedition Acts?
What principle was affirmed in the Supreme Court case of Marbury v. Madison?
Why did the United States go to war against Britain in 1812? List the causes.
Who attempted to unite Native Americans into a confederacy to protect their homeland
against white intruders?
In the 1790s, a Federalist would most likely have supported what?
The outcome of the Whiskey Rebellion helped to establish the power of the federal
government to do what?
Thomas Jefferson was a supporter of what ideas in the government and economy?
The XYZ Affair resulted in 3 things… List them.
The Sedition Act allowed the national government to jail people for
For 15 million dollars, the United States was able to purchase the Louisiana Territory
From what country?
All of the following occurred during the War of 1812 except
What President was responsible for the Midnight Judges?