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Judiciary Act of 1789
Set to establish the Judiciary system of the national government.
Report on Public Credit
Written by Hamilton-Contained two recomendations covering areas of funding and assumption.
Report on Manufacturers
Written by Hamilton-suggested ways to stimulate the country's economy by created it's own industries to relieve itself from European imports.
Jay's Treaty
Final effort to restore peace among Americans and the British, but it failed in humiliation.
John Jay
Cheif of Justice who attempted to negotiated with the British.
Implied Powers
Hamilton proposed his "loose interpretation" that even though the constitution did not directly state they could make a bank, it didn't me they couldn't.
Judicial Review
Docterine which stated that Legislature and Executive's actions could be reviewed by the Judicial branch.
Strict Construction
Limited Judicial interpretation.
Federalist Party
Prefered a strong national government and loose interpretation of the constitution.
Pinckney Treaty
As a result of Spaniard's suspicion of America, a line was declared for the bouncried of Spanish claims to regulate trade.
Whiskey Rebellion
Farmers of wheat and corn threw an uproar over the sintax on whiskey, but the American militia quickly delt with it.
Alexander Hamilton
First secretary of treasury, greatly promoted extreme federalist ideas.
Henry Knox
First Secretary of War.
Edmund Randolph
Second Secretary of State
James Madison
Fourth President, supported both Federlist and Republican ideas during the post revolution era.
Charles Pinckney
After the signing of Pinckney's treaty he quickly became a Federalist hero and ran for president multiple times.
General Anthony Wayne
General who crushed the Indian Resistance in the Battle of Fallen timbers.
John Marshall
Later a cheif of Justice, he was part of the negotiating team sent to France during the XYZ affairs.
Washington's Farewell Address
Washington's announcment of his retirement from Presidency.
Thomas Jefferson
Spoke of strong Republican views, wrote the constitution, third president and first secretary of state.
XYZ Affairs
Conspiracies of the ever growing federalist control.
Naturalization Law
Directed courts to keep record of all immigrating Aliens coming into the new nation.
Election of 1796
Washington took the nation ofguard when he purposed his resignation, and the Republicans had no time to organize a campagn which lead to the Adams presidency which took place among political distrust of extremist on both sides.
Election of 1800
Although Hamilton attempted to rig yet another Election, Jefferson was elected president, and the Federalists accepted their defeat with honor which was marked the peaceful revolution.
Quasi War
A period of mutual distrust among Americans and the French, but no war was declared. French pirates repeatedly seized American ships.
Convention of Martefontaine
Treaty to settle the disputes from the Quasi-War
Treaty of Greenville
Treaty that ended the Battle of Fallen Timbers which rewarded Americans with the Indian land known as Ohio.
Treaty of San Lorenzo
(Pinckney's Treaty) Written to settle trading desputes and border issues between America and Spanish claims.
Alien and Sedition Acts
Federalist attempt to guarentee their power in office by delaying foreign republican's right to apply for citizenship and disallowing republican outcries against the government.
Virginia Resolution
Written by Madison, erged states to defend American citizen's rights, and gave Legislature the right to overthrow federal laws.
Kentucky Resolution
Written by Jefferson, gave states powers not specifically mentioned in the constitution.