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Chapter 9 Launching the New Government

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Travis Bloom

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of Chapter 9 Launching the New Government

Chapter 9 Launching the New Government Big Idea #1
-George Washington's Role in Creating the Presidency
Big Idea #2
-Creating a Working Government Big Idea #4
-The Transition to John Adams Big Idea #3
-Political Parties Vocabulary
-Inauguration
-Precedent
-Cabinet
-Foreign Policy
-Neutrality Proclamation
-Unconstitutional
-Democratic Republican
-Federalist
-Alien and Sedition Acts
-nullify
-Sedition "In our progress towards political happiness my station is new; and if I may use the expression, I walk on untrodden ground."
--George Washington, January 1790 Washington Sets Precedents(an act that sets an example for others to follow)
2 terms in office
Mr President
First Cabinet

"There is scarcely any part of my conduct Which may not hereafter be drawn into precedent
-George Washington -Federal Court System -Judiciary Act- called for the Supreme Court to consist of 1 Chief Justice and five Associate Justices.
-today we have 8 Associate Justices Presidential Cabinet -5 departments to help out the President
State
Treasury
War
Postmaster General
Attorney General Foreign Policy -Neutrality Proclamation
U.S. would not support either side in the French Revolution "Tis our true policy to steer clear of permanent Alliances, with any portion of the foreign world"
-George Washington's Farewell Address Federalists
Encourgaged trade and manufactoring
Federal government have greater power
loose interpretation of the constitution
close ties with Britain
merchants and manufactures Democratic Republicans
Favored farmers
small federal government
strict interpretation of the constitution
close ties with France
small farmers, artisans, some wealthy planters "Parties will lead to jealousies and false alarms" GW vs. Winner Vice-President -Adams kept the U.S. out of war with France. The person that comes in 2nd automatically becomes Vice President Alien and Sedition Acts
pres could expel any alien or foreigner thought to be dangerous
Sedition Act-citizens could be fined or jaile if they criticized the government or officials Election of 1800 Winner Election was tied so the house voted and Jefferson won Election of 1796
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