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The Federalist Party favors
a) Loose interpretation of the Constitution b) Strict interpretation of the Constitution c) No Constitution d) Articles of Confederation
The Federalist Party favors
a) Strong States' government No National Bank b) All of the Choices c) None of the Choices d) Strong National government National Bank
The Republican Party favors
a) Strong States' government No National Bank b) Strong National government National Bank c) All of the Choices d) None of the Choices
The Republican party favors
a) paying off war debts Trade with Britain b) All of the Choices c) not paying off war debts Trade with France d) None of the Choices
To refuse to recognize a federal law is
a) Nullify b) Aliens c) Sedition d) None of the choices
The Federalist party favors
a) Not paying off war debts Trade with France b) Paying off war debts Trade with Britain c) All of the Choices d) None of the Choices
People who have come from another country and are not yet citizens are
a) Sedition b) Nullify c) Aliens d) None of the choices
The crime of encouraging rebellion against the government is
a) Aliens b) Nullify c) None of the choices d) Sedition
What did Hamilton ask Congress to create to build a strong national economy
a) A national Bank b) A stronger Navy c) The Stock market d) The President’s Cabinet
By what other name is the Republican party called in 1800
a) The Democratic Party b) The Jeffersonian Republicans c) The Tea Party d) The Federalist Party
The election of 1800 showed that
a) The Electoral College should be completely abolished b) Hamilton had become a Republican c) Adams wanted to turn the nation into a monarchy d) Power could pass peacefully from group to group in a democracy
The Alien and Sedition Acts were viewed by Republicans as
a) A necessary measure to rid the country of illegal immigrants b) An attack on the First Amendment rights of Free Speech and Press c) A challenge to the power and authority of the state governments d) A warning to the Whiskey Boys to end their rebellion
The states’ rights theory of the Constitution holds that states
a) Have very limited powers b) Must obey all federal laws c) May nullify federal laws d) Choose the nation’s president
One of the major issues dividing the Federalist and Republican parties was
a) How large and powerful the Federal government should be b) How to divide up the nation’s wealth in a fair way c) How many terms a president should serve d) Whether there should be both a president and a vice president
According to the Federalists, the best form of government was one in which decision were made by
a) A royal monarch b) The common people c) A public spirited dictator d) The wealthy and well educated
In his farewell address, Washington urged Americans
a) Not to address the president using fancy titles b) To play the taxes Congress placed on luxury goods without complaint c) Not to let loyalty to political parties tear the nation apart d) To support the ideals, but not the actions, of the French Revolution
Why did Washington call up an army to crush the Whiskey rebellion?
a) He feared the rebels might stir up a bloody revolution like that in France b) He saw the rebellion as a threat to the authority of the new government c) He felt he had to protect tax collectors at work in the Appalachians d) He preferred leading an army to leading a national government
The president’s cabinet is made up of
a) Executive department heads b) Supreme Court Justices c) Members of congress d) High ranking military officers
The Republican Party favors
a) Loose interpretation of the Constitution b) No Constitution c) Strict interpretation of the Constitution d) Articles of Confederation
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