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“THE NEW REPUBLIC”. #1 Analyze the factors that led to the rise of political parties in the 1790s. #2 Analyze the contributions of the following in helping establish a stable government after the adoption of the Constitution (foreign policy & domestic): 1. George Washington 2. John Adams.

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The new republic

“THE NEW REPUBLIC”

#1 Analyze the factors that led to the rise of political parties in the 1790s.

#2 Analyze the contributions of the following in helping establish a stable government after the adoption of the Constitution (foreign policy & domestic): 1. George Washington 2. John Adams


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  • I. Washington’s Pres. = Domestic

    • A. 1789, Electoral College’s Decision


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  • I. Washington’s Pres. = Domestic

    • B. Washington’s Cabinet


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  • I. Washington’s Pres. = Domestic

    • C. Bill of Rights

    • D. Judiciary Act of 1789


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  • E. Hamilton’s Financial Plan

    • 1. Report on Public Credit (1790)

    • 2. Report on Manufactures (1791)

    • 3. Five Major Components

      • a) “Funding at Par” = Pay National Debt

      • b) Assumption of State Debts

        • Compromise & Capital

      • c) Tariffs

      • d) Excise Taxes

      • e) Battle for National Bank

        • Provisions

        • Jefferson’s View

        • Hamilton’s View


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  • F. Evolution of Political Parties

    • 1. Federalists

      • Govt. by the Upper Class

      • Distrust Common People

      • Support Strong Central Govt.

      • Govt. Support Business

      • Pro-British Foreign Policy

    • 2. Jeffersonians (Democratic-Republicans)

      • Rule of the People = Govt. for the People

      • Appeal to Middle & Lower Classes

      • Support Strong State Govt.

      • Govt. Support Agriculture

      • Pro-French Foreign Policy


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  • G. Whiskey Rebellion

    • Cause


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  • G. Whiskey Rebellion

    • Results

    • Significance

  • H. Legacy of Hamilton’s Financial Plan


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  • II. Washington’s Pres. = Foreign

    • A. Impact of French Revolution

      • 1. Differing Views

      • 2. Significance


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  • II. Washington’s Pres. = Foreign

    • B. Washington’s Neutrality Proclamation (1793)

      • 1. Reasons

      • 2. Stipulations

      • 3. Reactions

      • 4. Citizen Genet


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  • C. Jay’s Treaty (1794)

    • 1. Background

    • 2. Washington Sends John Jay

    • 3. Provisions

    • 4. Reactions

    • 5. Significance


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  • D. Pinckney’s Treaty (1795)

    • 1. Spanish Motive

    • 2. Provisions

    • 3. Result


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  • III. End of Washington’s Pres.

    • A. Refuses 3rd Term

    • B. Washington’s Farewell Address

      • 1. Warns against Political Parties

      • 2. Warns against Permanent Foreign Alliances

      • 3. Isolationism dominates US Foreign Policy for 100yrs

    • C. Precedents

      • 1. Rely on Dept. for advice; consult w/ cabinet

      • 2. Choose own Cabinet

      • 3. Two Term Office


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  • IV. Adam’s Presidency = Foreign

    • A. Relations w/ France

      • 1. French reaction to Jay Treaty

      • 2. XYZ Affair

      • 3. “Quasi-War” (1798-1799)

      • 4. Convention of 1800


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  • V. Adam’s Presidency = Domestic

    • A. Alien Act & Sedition Acts (1798)

      • 1. Purpose

      • 2. Provisions

    • B. Virginia & Kentucky Resolutions

      • 1. Authors

      • 2. Premise/Purpose

      • 3. Significance


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