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Chapter 9 section 1 washington s presidency p 33 p 272

Chapter9Section 1 Washington’s Presidencyp. 33/p. 272

Picture of Washington’s inauguration

What do we call you? “His Excellency” or “His Highness” Decided on “Mr. President”


Chapter 9 section 1 washington s presidency p 33 p 272

Washington’s Family by Edward Savage


Chapter 9 section 1 washington s presidency p 33 p 227

Chapter 9Section 1Washington’s Presidency p. 33/p. 227

A. Taking Notes Fill out the chart below, taking notes about Washington’s presidency.

The Courts

  • What did the Judiciary Act of 1789 Establish?

  • Set up federal court system

  • Determined number of judges on the Supreme court


Chapter 9 section 1 washington s presidency p 33 p 272

B. Summarizing On the back of this paper, briefly define each of the following.

Cabinet-

The heads of the departments appointed by the President to help him lead the nation


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Chapter 9Section 1Washington’s Presidency p. 33/p. 227

A. Taking Notes Fill out the chart below, taking notes about Washington’s presidency.

The Cabinet

  • What departments did Washington create, and whom did he appoint to head them?

  • Dept. of State-headed by Thomas Jefferson

  • Dept. of War-headed by Henry Knox

  • Dept. of Treasury-headed by Alexander Hamilton


Chapter 9 section 1 washington s presidency p 33 p 272

Thomas Jefferson

Secretary of State

Alexander Hamilton

Secretary of Treasury

Henry Knox

Secretary of War


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Alexander Hamilton’s Financial Plan

  • Pay off all war debts

  • Raise gov’t revenues (MONEY)

  • Create a National Bank


Chapter 9 section 1 washington s presidency p 33 p 272

B. Summarizing On the back of this paper, briefly define each of the following.

Cabinet-

The heads of the departments appointed by the President to help him lead the nation

Tariff-

Tax on imported goods that raise money for the gov’t & encourages the growth of industry.


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Chapter 9Section 1Washington’s Presidency P. 33/p. 227

A. Taking Notes Fill out the chart below, taking notes about Washington’s presidency.

Economic Policy

  • Why did Jefferson and Madison oppose the national bank?

  • They believed it was unconstitutional

  • 4. Why did Hamilton support the national bank?

  • He believed it would give gov’t a safe place to keep its money

  • Make loans to businesses

  • It would issue paper money


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Chapter 9Section 1Washington’s Presidency P. 33/p. 227

A. Taking Notes Fill out the chart below, taking notes about Washington’s presidency.

Interpreting the Constitution

  • What are loose and strict constructions of the constitution, and who favored each?

  • Loose construction-means a flexible interpretation of the Constitution, favored by Hamilton

  • Strict construction-means a narrow interpretation, favored by Madison & Jefferson


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