•  CHAPTER EIGHT: THE UNITED STATES OF NORTH AMERICA, 1786–1800

    FORMING A NEW GOVERNMENT

     

    Shays’ Rebellion

                Causes-

     

    Results- (Nationalist Sentiment)

     

    The Constitutional Convention

                Key Compromises-

     

     

    Ratifying the New Constitution

                Federalists v. Antifederalists-

     

     

    The Bill of Rights

                Purpose-

     

     

                Supporters-

     

    The Washington Presidency

    Cabinet Assignments-

     

     

     Federal Judiciary-

     

     

    Hamilton’s Fiscal Program

    1.    Funding               2. Assumption                      3. B.U.S.             4. Tariffs

     

     

     

     

    Foreign Policy

                Proclamation of Neutrality

     

     

    The United States and the Indian Peoples

                Intercourse Act-

     

     

    Spanish Florida and British Canada

     

     

     

    Whiskey Rebellion-

     

    Treaty of Greenville-

     

     

     

    Jay’s and Pinckney’s Treaties-

     

     

     

    Washington’s Farewell Address-

     

     

     

    The Rise of Political Parties-

     

     

     

    The Adams Presidency

    XYZ Affair-

     

    Quasi-War-

     

    The Alien and Sedition Acts-

     

     

     

    The Revolution of 1800-

     

     

     

    Democratic Political Culture

                Expanded suffrage-


     

     Art and Architecture

     

     

     

    The Liberty of the Press

     

     

     

    The Birth of American Literature

     

     

    Women on the Intellectual Scene


     
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