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Whiskey Rebellion
occurred in 1794, when angry farmers refused to pay a governmental tax
Bill of Rights
first ten amendments to the Constitution
Washington's Farewell Address
warned the nation to guard against threats to its unity, including the development of devisive political parties, and rivalries between the Northern and Sourthern interests in the country
Federalists
supported a strong federal government
Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions
held that a state had the right to nullify a federal law in conflict with a state law
sedition
to act or speak out against the government to cause unrest
winner of election of 1800
Thomas Jefferson
following the XYZ Affair
Congress quickly voted to enlarge the United States army and navy
nation's first political parties
Federalist party and Democratic-Republican party
presidential candidate of Democratic-Republican party in 1796
Thomas Jefferson