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I. The First President. Inauguration- Ceremony in which president takes the oath of office. Precedent- Action that serves as an example. A. Executive Branch ( Pres). 1. Created four depts of the executive branch a. Treasury- Hamilton b. War- Knox c. State- Jefferson

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i the first president

I. The First President

Inauguration- Ceremony in which president takes the oath of office.

Precedent- Action that serves as an example

a executive branch pres
A. Executive Branch ( Pres)
  • 1. Created four depts of the executive branch
    • a. Treasury- Hamilton
    • b. War- Knox
    • c. State- Jefferson
    • d. Attorney General- Randolph
iii hamilton s financial plan
III. Hamilton’s Financial Plan
  • A. Paying the Debt
    • 1. AH felt paying off the debt would give new govt credibility
    • 2. So
b establishing the judiciary
B. Establishing the Judiciary
  • 1. Congress passed the Judiciary Act of 1789
  • 2. This act created the Supreme Co
ii nation s 1 st economic crisis
II. Nation’s 1st Economic Crisis
  • 1. Nation was $52 million in debt
  • 2. Speculators- Bought bonds from former buyers hoping to make a profit.
  • 3. Should govt. pay speculators?
iii hamilton s financial plan1
III. Hamilton’s Financial Plan
  • A. Paying the Debt
    • 1. Hamilton felt paying off the debt would give govt. credibility
    • 2. South disagreed- They paid their debt, why couldn’t other states?
    • 3. South agreed to this only after an agreement was made to put the capital in the South.
b national bank
B. National Bank
  • 1. Would issue paper $
  • 2. Hold govt. deposits
  • 3. Some said bank was unconstitutional
  • 4. Strict vs. Loose Construction
  • 5. Bank was est. in 1791
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C. High Tariff
    • 1. Tax imported goods
    • 2. Raise $
    • 3. Protect domestic goods. Didn’t pass because Southerns disagreed.
iv the whiskey rebellion
IV. The Whiskey Rebellion
  • 1. Congress imposed a tax on all whiskey.
  • 2. Farmers were mad. Compared Congress to the Brits. Many refused to pay.
  • 3. 1794 farmers rebelled – burned house of tax collector.
  • 4. Washington led 13,000 troops to put down rebellion.
  • 5. Precedent by Washington?
section 8 3
Section 8.3
  • I. Conflicts in the NW Territory
    • A. A struggle over lands
      • 1. Indians opposed white settlement of their lands.
      • 2. U.S. govt tried to force Indians to sell their lands.
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B. A Series of Battles
    • 1. GW sent troops to end Indian resistance
    • 2. US troops were soundly beaten by Little Turtle and Blue Jacket.
    • 3. GW sent Anthony Wayne to lead troops.
    • 4. Wayne defeated Indians at the Battle of Fallen Timbers.
    • 5. Treaty of Greenville gave US most of Ohio.
ii the french revolution
II. The French REvolution
  • 1. France revolted against their monarchy.
  • 2. Most in US supported the revolt at first.
  • 3. Later on. . .
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4. France and GB were at war.
  • 5. U.S. wanted to stay neutral, but they also wanted to continue trading w/ both countries.
iii jay s treaty
III. Jay’s Treaty
  • 1. U.S. agreed to pay debts to GB merchants.
  • 2. GB agreed to pay for ships seized.
  • 3. GB agreed to w/draw troops from NW Terr.
  • 4. GB agreed to stop aiding Indians there.
iv washington retires from public life
IV. Washington Retires From Public Life
  • 1. Warned against political factions and getting involved in foreign affairs.
section 8 4
Section 8.4
  • I. Troubles with France
    • A. XYZ Affair
      • 1. Three guys from France demanded a bribe to talk with US diplomats.
      • 2. Ticked US off.
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B. War Fever
    • 1. Adams asked Congress for increase in army and to rebuild the navy.
    • 2. Napoleon agreed to stop seizing US ships.
    • 3. War was officially avoided.
ii the alien and sedition acts
II. The Alien and Sedition Acts
  • A. Alien Act
    • 1. Increased time one had to be in the US to become a citizen from 5 years to 14.
    • 2. President could deport or imprison any alien he thought was dangerous.
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B. Sedition Act
    • 1. Made it a crime to write or say anything insulting or false about the govt.
iii states rights
III. States’ Rights
  • 1. Republicans felt that the Alien and Sedition Acts were unconstitutional.
  • 2. Believed in states’ rights.
  • 3. Believe that states could nullify laws passed by Congress if they disagreed with them.