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What was the main difference between Federalists and Anti-Federalists?

Federalists wanted independence from Britain, but Anti-Federalists wanted to remain as British colonies.
Anti-Federalists wanted a weak national government and strong state governments, but Federalists wanted to opposite.
Anti-Federalists wanted independence from Britain, but Federalists wanted to remain as British colonies.

How did President George Washington’s involve America in the French Revolution?

He supplied the French rebels with weapons, but decided not to commit American soldiers to the conflict.
He couldn’t spare money or supplies for the French rebels, but he did commit American soldiers to the conflict.
He decided to remain neutral in the conflict.

Which of the following best describes the type of government created by the Articles of Confederation and the United States Constitution?


How did the political power of the American federal government change from The Articles of Confederation to The Constitution?

The federal government’s power was greatly increased under the Constitution.
The federal government was weakened under the Constitution.
State governments were given more power under the Constitution.

Which of the following best describes the election of George Washington as America’s first president:

The American public elected George Washington in a landslide victory.
George Washington was elected unanimously by the Electoral College.
George Washington narrowly defeated John Adams to become the first President.

Who did George Washington name as the first Secretary of the Treasury?

Alexander Hamilton
John Adams
Henry Knox

What tactic did Alexander Hamilton use to get the Southern states to agree to his plan for the federal government to pay off the states’ war debts?

Hamilton threatened to withhold future federal funds from states that did not go along with his repayment plan.
States that did not support his plan would be considered outside the realm of American military protection.
Hamilton agreed to move the nation’s capital into the South.

What was the main source of revenue for the new American government in the 1790s?

Sales tax
Income tax
Tariffs on imports

Which of the following best describes Hamilton’s argument in favor of establishing a national bank:

A national bank would enable the government to issue loans to struggling Americans.
The United States would lose business to the banks of other nations if they did not create one of their own.
A national bank was necessary in order to stabilize and improve the nation's credit.

What brought about the end of the Whiskey Rebellion?

President George Washington asserted the Presidency's powers to enforce federal law, by force when necessary.
The whiskey tax was repealed.
Western Pennsylvania began the process of creating a new government independent of the United States.

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