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 George      Alexander    Thomas     Political   Foreign
Washington   Hamilton    Jefferson   Parties      Policy



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     What were two key precedents
(examples of the unwritten constitution)
   established by George Washington
         during his presidency?




                                      A 100
A foreign policy of neutrality and the
   use of presidential advisors (his
cabinet). Others include the two term
 tradition and serving as the head of
       his or her political party.


                                     A 100
      How did President George
   Washington’s Farewell Address
influence future United States leaders
     in regards to foreign policy ?



                                     A 200
His Farewell Address advised
  them to practice neutrality
toward international conflicts.



                                  A 200
    Which action during Washington’s
administration led to the Whiskey Rebellion
         in western Pennsylvania?
      (1) passage of a new excise tax
 (2) establishment of a presidential cabinet
(3) creation of the Bank of the United States
(4) ban on slavery in the Northwest Territory


                                           A 300
(1) passage of a new excise tax




                                  A 300
   Conflicts between Jeffersonians and
  Hamiltonians during President George
Washington’s first administration led directly
                    to the
    (1) end of the Era of Good Feelings
    (2) decision to replace the Articles of
                Confederation
   (3) addition of the elastic clause to the
                Constitution
     (4) start of the first political parties   A 400
(4) start of the first political parties




                                           A 400
  President George Washington’s principle
   reason for issuing the Proclamation of
          Neutrality (1793) was to
(1) repay France for help in the Revolutionary
                     War
   (2) protect United States interests in the
                Caribbean area
 (3) safeguard the newly won independence
(4) punish the British for failing to withdraw
          from American territory            A 500
(3) safeguard the newly won independence




                                      A 500
Alexander Hamilton urged Congress to
pass a protective tariff to encourage the
               growth of
            (1) labor unions
           (2) manufacturing
             (3) agriculture
              (4) slavery

                                       B 100
(2) manufacturing




                    B 100
 Alexander Hamilton’s financial plan helped
  to establish the credit of the United States
                 government by
(1) providing for the payment of the nation’s
                    debts
 (2) taxing only the people most able to pay
    (3) favoring agriculture over industry
(4) encouraging spending for national defense

                                             B 200
(1) providing for the payment of the nation’s
                    debts




                                           B 200
Most historians consider Alexander Hamilton
 to have been a successful Secretary of the
            Treasury because he
     (1) expanded trade with all nations
(2) established a sound financial plan for the
                  new nation
  (3) eliminated tariffs between the states
  (4) opposed payment of previous federal
             government debts
                                              B 300
(2) established a sound financial plan for the
                  new nation




                                           B 300
 Which proposal was included in Secretary of
 the Treasury Alexander Hamilton’s financial
             plans in the 1790s?
(1) incentives to encourage agricultural growth
        (2) creation of a national bank
    (3) direct taxes on the states to support
            government operations
       (4) free trade with other nations

                                                B 400
(2) creation of a national bank




                                  B 400
One major reason that Alexander Hamilton
    proposed a national bank was to
 (1) improve the economic position of the
        United States government
 (2) help state governments collect taxes
(3) make loans available to owners of small
                  farms
(4) reduce foreign investment in the United
                   States
                                            B 500
(1) improve the economic position of the
       United States government




                                       B 500
   What belief did President Thomas
 Jefferson demonstrate he had modified
when he acquired the Louisiana Territory
             from France?



                                     C 100
His belief that the Constitution should be
            strictly interpreted.




                                       C 100
  As a strict constructionist, President
   Thomas Jefferson questioned the
          constitutional right to
  (1) receive diplomats from foreign
                nations
  (2) purchase the Louisiana Territory
(3) grant pardons to convicted criminals
(4)veto legislation passed by Congress
                                           C 200
(2) purchase the Louisiana Territory




                                       C 200
 One reason James Madison and Thomas Jefferson
objected to Alexander Hamilton’s financial policies
               was that they believed
   (1) the establishment of a national bank was
                  unconstitutional
   (2) a laissez-faire policy would not help the
                country’s economy
 (3) the government should encourage industrial
                 development
 (4) high tariffs were needed to protect America’s
                      interests
                                                   C 300
(1) the establishment of a national bank was
               unconstitutional




                                               C 300
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                 C 400
The Louisiana Purchase (1803) was a foreign
policy success for the United States primarily
                  because it
(1) secured full control of Florida from Spain
 (2) ended French control of the Mississippi
                   River
   (3) ended British occupation of forts on
               American soil
 (4) eliminated Russian influence in North
                 America                  C 400
(2) ended French control of the
       Mississippi River




                                  C 400
What was a major foreign policy
 success of President Thomas
  Jefferson’s administration?




                                  C 500
The purchase of the Louisiana Territory
        from France in 1803.




                                     C 500
One factor that led to the formation of first two
  political parties in the United States in the
        1790s was the conflict over the
 (1) distribution of power between the federal
             and state governments
     (2) spread of slavery into the western
                   territories
      (3) control of interstate commerce
(4) acquisition of lands from France and Spain
                                              D 100
(1) distribution of power between the federal
            and state governments




                                          D 100
           Alien and Sedition Acts
     Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions
   These pieces of legislation reflected the
              conflict between
       (1) Congress and the president
   (2) states’ rights and federal supremacy
 (3) the military and the civilian government
(4) the United States Supreme Court and state
                    courts                D 200
(2) states’ rights and federal supremacy




                                           D 200
 On what grounds would strict constructionists of
the United States Constitution have questioned the
       purchase of the Louisiana Territory?
   (1) It violated the guarantee of states’ rights.
 (2) The president was not specifically given the
          power to purchase new land.
 (3) Congress was opposed to expansion west of
             the Mississippi River.
 (4) The Constitution applied only to the original
                 thirteen states.
                                                      D 300
(2) The president was not specifically given the
         power to purchase new land.




                                               D 300
Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and
 James Monroe were all members of
        what political party?




                                  D 400
The Democratic-Republicans




                             D 400
George Washington, Alexander Hamilton,
John Adams, and John Marshall were all
   members of what political party?




                                   D 500
The Federalists




                  D 500
A major reason for the issuance of the Monroe
           Doctrine (1823) was to
(1) discourage United States trade with Latin
                 America
  (2) defend the Panama Canal from Great
                   Britain
 (3) prevent further European colonization in
             the Caribbean region
 (4) provide economic aid to Latin American
                  nations                 E 100
(3) prevent further European colonization in
            the Caribbean region




                                          E 100
What was one similarity in the foreign
   policies of Presidents George
 Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and
          James Monroe?



                                     E 200
They all sought to avoid involvement in
     European political struggles.




                                     E 200
     In his Farewell Address, President George
Washington advised the nation to avoid permanent
alliances because he believed that the United States
   (1) would risk its security by involvement in
                 European affairs
  (2) had no need for the products or markets of
                     Europe
   (3) possessed military power superior to any
                 European nation
    (4) needed to limit European immigration
                                                   E 300
(1) would risk its security by involvement in
              European affairs




                                                E 300
   Washington’s Proclamation of Neutrality
 (1793), Jefferson’s Embargo Act (1807), and
the Monroe Doctrine (1823) were all efforts to
  (1) avoid political conflicts with European
                     nations
  (2) directly support European revolutions
(3) aid Great Britain in its war against France
        (4) promote military alliances

                                            E 400
(1) avoid political conflicts with European
                   nations




                                          E 400
  Most tariffs in the 19th century were
                intended to
(1) allow access to cheap foreign imports
 (2) raise revenue and protect domestic
              manufacturing
(3) redistribute wealth among the social
                 classes
       (4) limit American exports

                                           E 500
(2) raise revenue and protect domestic
             manufacturing




                                         E 500
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       Primary Sources
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Which of the following would be an example of
a primary source of information about the War
                   of 1812?
 (1) battle plan for the attack on Fort McHenry
(2) historical novel on the Battle of New Orleans
    (3) movie on the life of President James
                   Madison
(4) textbook passage on the naval engagements
                  of the war
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(1) battle plan for the attack on Fort McHenry




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