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Revision notes on the Federalist Era of US Politics
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AP US NOTES 1.11.12
THE FEDRELIST ERA UNIT 9
Washington's First Term
1. Titles: It mattered because it would either give a courtly tone or a democratic tone and set a note for the future of the way the country viewed the new government; the debate for the title was therefore important because if you call him "your highness" you create a courtly form rather than republican
a. Hamilton-Secretary of the Treasury
b. Henry Knox- Secretary of War
c. Jefferson- Secretary of State
a. Tarrif on Imports
b. Tonage Duty (high tax on foreign vessels and lower on American Vessels)
4. Judiciary: Not specifically layed out in constitution so Judiciary Act created and made jurisdiction and methods of appeal along with the many levels of the Judiciary system
5. Bill of Rights: 5 states had insisted on Bill of Rights and James Madison had ten of his amendment added to the constitution (free speech...) They address old fears they had before becoming America and delt with protection and rights of citizen in court when under arrest. The 9th says
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