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The Whiskey Rebellion (Or How This Lead to This) The Story: In 1791, _______________ the Secretary of the Treasury proposed a tax on whiskey production. _____________ In Western Pennsylvania were against the tax because: 1 –

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The Whiskey Rebellion (Or How This Lead to This)

The Story: In 1791, _______________ the Secretary of the Treasury proposed a tax on

whiskey production. _____________ In Western Pennsylvania were against the tax because: 1 –

They rarely had _______ to pay the tax. And 2 – They often had to turn a large portion of their

______ Into _________ to avoid it spoiling when they sent it over the ______________

to the population centers in the east. Resistance to the tax usually took the form of non-payment, but

the tax collectors in each county also faced torture and tar and feathering. Because of the violence and

refusal by the ______________ to pay the tax, ___________________ decided, as

the enforcer of laws, that he had to act. He personally called or 13,000 ________________

and lead them into __________________. This show of force convinced the

__________________ to lay down their arms and obey the law. So, you tell me – what was the

Importance of the rebellion and how did ___________ and Washington’s decision

lead to the country you know today?________________________________________________

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