James Madison Anti-Federalists



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Unit 3 Key Terms


  1. federalism

  2. James Madison

  3. Anti-Federalists

  4. The Federalist Papers

  5. George Washington

  6. Hamilton’s Financial Plan

  7. Tariff of 1789

  8. Bank of the United States

  9. Whiskey Rebellion

  10. Alexander Hamilton

  11. Thomas Jefferson

  12. Jay’s Treaty

  13. Pinckney’s Treaty

  14. Neutrality

  15. John Adams

  16. XYZ Affair

  17. Quasi-War

  18. Alien and Sedition Acts

  19. Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions

  20. Nullification

  21. Washington’s Farewell Address

  22. Election of 1800

  23. Louisiana Purchase

  24. Lewis and Clark Expedition

  25. Marbury v. Madison

  26. Impressment

  27. Embargo Act of 1807

  28. War Hawks

  29. Tecumseh

  30. War of 1812

  31. Hartford Convention

  32. Treaty of Ghent

  33. Battle of New Orleans

  34. Nationalism



  1. This group opposed the ratification of the Constitution until a Bill of Rights was added

  2. This idea would create a Bank of the United States, assume state debts, and levy taxes on the American people

  3. This law was the first tax on imports; it provided money for the federal government and protected American businesses

  4. Passed in response to Alien and Sedition Acts, said that states could block unconstitutional laws made by the national government

  5. This was an agreement with Britain that infuriated many Democratic-Republicans; it allowed British to capture American trade ships in exchange for Britain removing forts in the West

  6. Took place at end of War of 1812, a “victory” for America that made Andrew Jackson a hero

  7. Feeling of strong patriotism that resulted from the War of 1812

  8. These were written to promote the Constitution as good and necessary

  9. Event in which French agents demanded a bribe from American diplomats; led some Americans to call for war with France

  10. Undeclared military conflict between France and the United States

  11. Laws passed by Federalists that discriminated against immigrants and made it illegal to criticize the Federalist-led government

  12. He was the first Secretary of Treasury and led the Federalist party; he believed in a strong federal government and envisioned an economy based on manufacturing and commerce

  13. The principle of dividing government into federal and state levels

  14. Known as the “Father of the Constitution,” he also wrote the Bill of Rights and was president during the War of 1812

  15. Nicknamed the “Father of the Country,” he led troops in the Revolutionary War, presided over the Constitutional Convention, and was the first president of the United States

  16. In this deal between Spain and the United States, America was given access to Mississippi and New Orleans and a border dispute with Florida was settled

  17. Washington’s foreign policy that declared that America would not favor any nation and would trade with all

  18. President during the time of the XYZ Affair, the Quasi-War, the Alien and Sedition Acts, and the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions

  19. This institution was meant to manage the economy and print currency; Democratic-Republicans thought it was unconstitutional

  20. This conflict involving farmers upset over an excise tax was significant because it proved the strength of the federal government under the Constitution

  21. He was the first Secretary of State and led the Democratic-Republican party; he believed in weak federal government and strong state governments and envisioned an economy based on farming

  22. Thomas Jefferson’s response to tension between France and Britain, which was meant to keep America neutral but ended up sending the country into a recession

  23. Members of Congress who called for war with Britain prior to the War of 1812

  24. Native American leader that lost to American troops in the Battle of Tippecanoe and then fled to Canada

  25. Military conflict between American and Britain that was the result of impressment and trouble with Native Americans in the West; also called the “Second War of Independence”

  26. Agreement, signed in Belgium, that ended the War of 1812

  27. Event in which Thomas Jefferson doubled the size of the country

  28. Secret mission to explore the Louisiana Territory and find a water trading route from the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean

  29. Supreme Court case that established judicial review (the idea that the Supreme Court can rule laws or actions to be unconstitutional)

  30. According to this principle, states can void federal laws they find to be unconstitutional

  31. Meeting of Federalists in which the war with Britain was criticism and ultimately made Federalist look unpatriotic

  32. George Washington’s warning to Americans about foreign policy, political parties, and sectionalism

  33. Also known as a “revolution” because power transferred between parties peacefully

  34. Action of the British in which they kidnapped American sailors


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