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Politics 1797-1809

by: Clarissa Dennis

Politics 1797-1809 HIST 1110 - 850

Clarissa Dennis
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John Adams Presidency
American History to 1865
Jeremiah Bauer
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Clarissa Dennis on Thursday August 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 1110 - 850 at University of Nebraska at Omaha taught by Jeremiah Bauer in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see American History to 1865 in History at University of Nebraska at Omaha.


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Date Created: 08/11/16
Politics 1797-1809 d o i r e P l a c i t i r C e h T - John Adams elected president in 1796 - Undeclared naval war with France - X,Y, Z Affair (Americans refused to give bribe) Alien and Sedition Acts - Naturalization Act (residency requirement of 14 year until able to vote) - Alien Act (can deport anyone dangerous) - Alien Enemies Act (imprisonment of all illegal aliens in prison without due process) - Sedition Act (fine of $2,000 and 2 yrs in prison for opposition of government) Jeffersonian’s Response - Freedom of Speech - Virginia & Kentucky Resolutions - Compact Theory ( national government was formed to serve the states) - Nullification ( states can nullify federal law) Election of 1800 - Peaceful change of power - Federalist’s Division (federalist leaders separate) - Jefferson and Burr Tie - Jefferson chosen by congress Lame Duck Period (from election till president is inaugurated) - Adams appoints John Marshall as Chief Justice - Judiciary Act of 1801 ( updated judiciary act of 1789 and the federal court system) - 15 judges so there can’t be any ties - Midnight Appointments (217 created positions for federalists) 1 Saturday, June 25, 2016 - Organic Act ( allowed Adams to appoint 42) Marbury VS Madison 1803 - 17 didn’t get stamped - 3 didn’t get delivered - many sued Madison - Judicial Review Jefferson’s Presidency - Fiscal policy (adjust taxes to better economy) - Barbary wars ( lost money to the pirates by trying to save money) - Louisiana purchase ( commercial port and more land) - Lewis and Clark (diplomatic, military, scientific, economic, political goals) , - 2


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