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Week 8 Notes (10/12-10/16)

by: Sydney Loethen

Week 8 Notes (10/12-10/16) History 1100

Sydney Loethen
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Survey of American History to 1865
John Wigger

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Republican Experiments and the Constitution, 1776-1796
Survey of American History to 1865
John Wigger
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Republican Experiments and the Constitution, 1776-1796
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sydney Loethen on Sunday October 25, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to History 1100 at University of Missouri - Columbia taught by John Wigger in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see Survey of American History to 1865 in History at University of Missouri - Columbia.


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Date Created: 10/25/15
Radicalism of the American revolution Radicalism 0 Republican principles 0 gov39t entrusted to virtuous leaders 0 balance of interests 0 not same as democracy 0 no parties or special interest groups forging governments factions and fear of interest groups state government 0 upper and lower houses or bicameral legislators property requirements 0 assumed only property ownership allowed voting and to act independently apportionment 0 not based on population density reconstituting the states 0 1113 established bicameral legislation 0 only PA had apportion based on population 0 913 lowered property requirement for voting 0 state constitutions ratified by people39s vote National Government 0 The Articles of Confederation singlechamber national congress taxes need approval from every state no executive or judicial branches balance of power in favor of states 0000 Finance and Trade Under the Confederation 0 war cost 0 600000 taxpayers o 160000000 2400 more than Seven Years War 0 borrowed funds from abroad 0 printed money o couldn39t oppose taxes 0 Northwest Territories o 160000000 acres N of Ohio R 0 Ordinance of 1785 0 set up mechanism for dividing and selling public lands 0 Northwest Ordinance 1787 0 Congress appoints governor secretary three judges o 5000 free adult men needed for territorial legislature 0 60000 for statehood o no slavery o no regard for Indians 0 The Constitution 0 articles ineffective 0 national debt 0 foreign con icts o allowed national government to o collect taxes 0 raise military 0 regulate interstate commerce 0 conduct diplomacy 0 Balance power in 3 branches 0 executive judicial legislative 0 State rights 0 slavery left to indiv states 0 permitted Congress to ban slave importation o Ratification o federalists vs antifederalists o The Philadelphia Convention 0 1787 o The Virginia Plan 0 states represented according to population 0 The New Jersey Plan 0 one vote state in Congress 0 The Connecticut Compromise 0 Senate 0 each state equal representation 0 house of representatives based on population Jefferson39s America 0 rural o agricultural republic 0 property and wealthy widely available 0 Thomas Cole 0 Pastoral State Alexander Hamilton39s America 0 urban 0 manufacturing and commerce Strong National Economy and Gov39t 0 Thomas Cole 0 consummation Testing Constitution 0 Alexander Hamilton 0 objectives 0 1790 report on public credit 0 fed gov39t assume national debt 54 million fed gov39t pay off state debt require 12 million foreign debt through sale of W land use custom duties and excise taxes pay interest on 42 million owed to Americans 0 Alcohol in Early Republic c 18001830 Americans drank 5 gal of hard liquor per year per capita 0 triple today39s rate of consumption 0 Whiskey Rebellion o 1794 o rebellion on tax of alcohol 0 Washington forms army 0 goes to west Pennsylvania 0 rebellion goes away everybody is scared


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