February 10, 2011. Warm Up Question. After watching the video on John Adams, would you still support him in maintaining peace or do you want war with the rest of the United States population. Discuss with your neighbor 20 seconds!!. February 10, 2011.
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Warm Up Question
After watching the video on John Adams, would you still support him in maintaining peace or do you want war with the rest of the United States population.
Discuss with your neighbor 20 seconds!!
EQ: How did problems with France intensify the split between the Federalists and Democratic Republicans?
Objectives: -Discuss the rising tensions between the United States and France.
-Evaluate the new American President John Adams navigates the US away from war.
-Investigate the growing split in viewpoints between the Federalists and Democratic Republicans.
-The war fever deepened the split between Federalists and Republicans.
-Federalists began fearing the French Revolution spreading in the United States from French immigrants living in the United States.
-Furthermore they feared these French immigrants would side with the Republicans.
-Federalists were irritated of the constant criticism from the Republicans and were worried that the Republicans would disrupt Federalist plans.
-The Federalists wanted to eliminate their political rivals and keep the United States from foreign threat.
-What is an alien?
-The Alien Act increased the time it took too become a citizen from 5 years to 14 years.
-It also gave power to the president to deport any immigrant the President felt was dangerous.
What is sedition?
-The Sedition Act targeted Republicans and their hateful speech.
-It prohibited anyone to write or say anything insulting or anything false about the President, Congress or the government in general.
February 11, 2011
Warm Up Question
Read Pgs 300-301 on State Right’s. Then get your notes out and your Section 4 Class work.
Let’s play the Who, What, Why and Legacy Game.
Who or whom?
Why were they denouncing A&S Acts?
What was their argument for State rights?
What was their legacy?