1. history

    One effect of the passage of the Alien and Sedition Act was a. return to monarchy b. increased tensions between Federalists and Jeffersonian Republicans c. another American Revolution d. weaker federal government i know that Alien and Sedition Acts diminished the right of ...
  2. US History

    38. Jackson defended the spoils system by claiming that it prevented a. partisan politics b. control of government by the rich c. minority rule d. an imbalance of power ...D? 39. The goal of the Lecompton constitution was to a. establish slavery in Kansas b. abolish slavery in...
  3. U.S.History

    please add to this answer How did the Federalists and Jeffersonian Republicans differ in their opinion of how the Constitution should be interpreted? this is all i have The Jeffersonian Republicans supported a strong constitution, while the Federalists supported broad ...
  4. US History

    Match the following items. 1. Judiciary Act 2. Alien Enemies Act 3. Naturalization Act 4. Alien and Sedition Acts 5. Sedition Act 6. Alien Act A. permitted president to imprison or deport dangerous aliens in time of war B. an effort to preserve Federalist principles C. ...
  5. American History

    So were the Federalists considered the lesser party in contrast to the Jeffersonian-Republicans? What were the differences in their views?
  6. THE AGE OF JEFFERSON TO THE AMERICAN EXPANSION

    Which of the following was true of the Judiciary Act of 1801? A. It expanded the federal court system. B. It was opposed by the Federalists. C. It packed the Supreme Court with Democratic Republicans. D. It reduced the power of the federal courts.
  7. U.S History

    What did the Alien and Sedition Acts represent? A)Thomas Jefferson's concern with national defense B)James Madison's concern with personal freedom C)The importance of immigration to the Democratic-Republicans*** D)The importance of national security to the Federalists I choose...
  8. history

    Which of the following was true of the Judiciary Act of 1801? A. It packed the Supreme Court with Democratic Republicans. B. It was opposed by the Federalists. C. It expanded the federal court system. D. It reduced the power of the federal courts. I put a but its not right .-.
  9. history

    Which of the following was true of the Judiciary Act of 1801? A. It packed the Supreme Court with Democratic Republicans. [B. It expanded the federal court system.] C. It was opposed by the Federalists. D. It reduced the power of the federal courts is my answer correct in ...
  10. history

    show how the ideas of the competing political positions on the creation of the new national government continued down to at least the time of the Civil War. so far i have.. the federalists pushed important new measures through Congress like the Alien and Sedition Acts, under ...
  11. Help Math PLZ

    6. George Washington warned that political parties would (1 point) divide the nation. create lively debate.* help the nation. destroy states' rights. 7. Federalists believed in (1 point) free trade. state banks.* a national bank. rule by the people. 8. Which view did Thomas ...
  12. US History

    How did the federalists and the Jeffersonian republicans differ in their opinion of how the constitution should be interpreted? if a link to a page i can read is provided i'd be extremely grateful otherwise just answer is somewhat fine
  13. history

    show how the ideas of the competing political positions on the creation of the new national government continued down to at least the time of the Civil War. so far i have.. the federalists pushed important new measures through Congress like the Alien and Sedition Acts, under ...
  14. Social studies homework

    What was one reason of the formation of the Democratic Republican Party? Washington's cabinet members wanted to form a new party to strengthen the federal government. Thomas Jefferson's views clashed with those of Alexander Hamilton. The alien and sedition acts outlined the ...
  15. U.S.History

    this is my question: How did the Federalists and Jeffersonian Republicans differ in their opinion of how the Constitiution should be interpreted? please tell me if you can give me information or some sites with information thanks jiskha:)
  16. Social Studies

    Which of the following indicates a rise in racial tensions in the 1920s? A. increased enlistment of African American men into the military B. movement of many African Americans to the South C. passage of several federal laws to end Jim Crow practices D. membership growth of ...
  17. georgia state history

    Which political development greatly increased tensions between the American colonies and Great Britain in the years just before the American Revolution?
  18. History

    The framers of the Constitution began with the famous words, "We the People." Consider whether those words were Federalist or Anti-federalist and what was meant by "the people." Which can you infer about those opening words? A. Those words likely came from the Anti-federalists...
  19. Honors Social Studies

    If you were running for President, how might the Sedition Act impact your campaign? How would YOU answer this question? You might want to refresh your memory of the Sedition Act with this article. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sedition_Act_of_1918 Thanks for your help, I moved ...
  20. SS-check my answers plz!!!

    1. A person favoring one side of a political issue is a faction. partisan. a party favor. implying power. 2. The Democratic-Republicans believed in strong state governments and rule by the wealthy class. a national bank. a strong federal government. rule by the people. 3. What...
  21. World History

    05.06 HC)Suppose a historian wanted to argue that the Enlightenment had a more positive influence on the American Revolution than on the French Revolution. Which statement below would be the strongest evidence for the historian's view? The French Revolution overthrew a ...
  22. U.S. History

    this is one of my questions. i have answered it. please add or make changes to this as neccessary. :) WHO ARE THE ANTI-FEDERALIST?EXPLAIN WHAT THEY BELIEVE IN.WHY DID THEY OBJECT TO THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTION? Anti-federalists were people who opposed the Constitution. They ...
  23. AP U.S. History

    How did the French Revolution highlight the differences between the Federalists and the Republicans?
  24. american history

    congress passed the alien and sedition acts, the virginian and kentucky resolution were written by jefferson and madison which one comes first
  25. History

    What were the causes of the War of 1812? Where did Republicans and Federalists stand on declaring and then fighting the war? What regional tensions did the war expose?
  26. us history

    Which event transferred Florida from British possession back to Spain in the late 1700's? A. First Seminole War B. Pickney's Treaty C. Adams-onis Treaty D. Treaty of Paris*** Which factor helped Touissant L'Ouverture be an effective leader during the Haitian Rebellion? A. He ...
  27. history

    what event convinced south Carolina to spend representatives to the first continental congress ? A. passage of the currency act B. passage of the intolerable act C. passage of the navigation act D. passage of the stamp act is it D
  28. American Nation

    what is the diffance between the Federalists and Democratic Republicans
  29. history

    1, What was one reason for the formation of the Democratic Republican Party? Washington's cabinet members wanted to form a new party to strengthen the federal government Thomas Jefferson's views clashed with those of Alexander Hamilton **** The alien and sedition acts outlined...
  30. World History

    +How was imperialism a cause of World War I? A. Rivalry over overseas territories increased tensions in Europe. B. Colonies' efforts to gain independence increased tensions in Europe. C. Alliances among overseas territories increased tensions in Europe. D. Efforts to stimulate...
  31. American History: Iranian Revolution

    What was one Impact of the Iranian Revolution on the United States? A) Higher oil prices B) Increased terrorism C) Increased taxes D) Increased military spending I think that it's D. Can anyone verify?
  32. us history

    Both the Federalists and Anti-Federalists claimed to represent the true spirit of the Revolution.  Which group do you think was right? Why?
  33. History (again)

    Why did Thomas Jefferson turn to nullification in an effort to right the wrongs of the Alien and Sedation acts? A. Federalists controlled the courts B. He had significant influence over states C. He believed states were meant to control the federal government D. The states had...
  34. us history

    The members of which political party were pleased with the revolution in France, as it was part of a great crusade for democracy? A: The Federalists B: The Democratic Republicans C: Both political parties D: Neither political party
  35. History

    How was the Judiciary Act of 1789 a compromise between Federalists and Anti-Federalists?
  36. social studies

    what were the official and unofficial purpose of the Alien&Sedition Acts?
  37. Social Studies

    How did republican control of south carolina affect the state? A. The Republicans improved relations between freedmen and white Southerns. B. The Republicans kicked out carpetbaggers and scalawags. C. The Republicans increased taxes and spending in order to rebuild after the ...
  38. Texas History

    1.How did the agricultural revolution affect American Indian culture in Texas? A.It helped some American Indian cultures in Texas. B. It forced some American Indians to become more nomadic. C. It increased contact between different American Indians D. It led to droughts and ...
  39. History

    5. What was one reason for the formation of the democratic Republican Party? A Washington’s cabinet members wanted to form a new party to strengthen the federal government. B Thomas Jefferson’s views clashed with those of Alexander Hamilton *** C the alien and sedition ...
  40. Social Studies

    1, What was one reason for the formation of the Democratic Republican Party? Washington's cabinet members wanted to form a new party to strengthen the federal government Thomas Jefferson's views clashed with those of Alexander Hamilton **** The alien and sedition acts outlined...
  41. history

    After the War of 1812, there emerged a group of Republicans who urged the nation to consider "national" issues rather than "local" or "sectional" matters. So persistent were they that many of their party contended that they were abandoning the basic principles laid down by ...
  42. Social studies

    In what way did the Alien and Sedition Acts change the authority of the federal government? A. The acts limited the amount of power delegated to each branch of government. B. The acts redefined the powers of the legislative branch C.The acts clarified the role of the Supreme ...
  43. SOCIAL STUDIES CHECK ANSWER

    In what way did the Alien and Sedition Acts change the authority of the federal government? A. The acts limited the amount of power delegated to each branch of government. B. The acts redefined the powers of the legislative branch C.The acts clarified the role of the Supreme ...
  44. SOCIAL STUDIES CHECK ANSWER

    In what way did the Alien and Sedition Acts change the authority of the federal government? A. The acts limited the amount of power delegated to each branch of government. B. The acts redefined the powers of the legislative branch C.The acts clarified the role of the Supreme ...
  45. Social studies

    Can someone check my answers if there wrong can you give me the right answers please 1, What was one reason for the formation of the Democratic Republican Party? Washington's cabinet members wanted to form a new party to strengthen the federal government Thomas Jefferson's ...
  46. U.S. Government

    How did Mercantilism contribute to the American Revolution? a. It created the means of cultural diffusion in the New World b. It made the colonies economically independent c.It brought together the French, English, and Spanish influences on one continent d. It increased the ...
  47. History

    What did the Federalists and Anti-federalists have in common? A.)Both believed in a strong federal government. B.)Both believed they represented the common good. C.)Both believed state governments should hold ultimate power. D.)Both believed a strong federal government would ...
  48. History

    Despite great hardships, African Americans created a strong sense of culture through which of the following? A.) befriending landowner's families B.) joining with indentured servants C.) trading crops with Native Americans D.) making strong family and kinship groups***** How ...
  49. history

    What effect did Samuel Slater's actions have on the U.S. economy? Tariff revenues on imported clothing increased. The efficiency of American textile production increased. The price of clothing produced in the United States increased. Wages for workers in the textile industry ...
  50. Economics

    4. False advertising and the misrepresentation of products were made illegal by the: A. Federal Trade Commission Act. B. Wheeler-Lea Act. C. Sherman Act. D. Clayton Act. 6. All of the following are regulatory commissions dealing with industrial regulation (as distinct from ...
  51. U.S. History

    1) How did the Adamson Act improve labor conditions in the United States? A: The Adamson Act improved labor conditions in the UNited States by establishing the eight-hour workday for railroad workers and provided for additional compensation for any time worked over eight hours...
  52. US History

    The Embargo Act was an attempt to: A. punish the Federalists B. win support for Jefferson's reelection C. damage the American economy D. exert pressure on England after the Chesapeake Affair A?
  53. 10th grade

    what is the antonym and synonym of anti-federalists, bill of rights, Boston Massacre, Boston Tea party, Carpetbagger, Checks and Balances, Confederacy, Declaration of Independence, Egalitarianism, Emancipation Proclamation, Enlightenment, Federalism, Federalists, Judicizry Act...
  54. World History

    1.Reliance on secular thinking as opposed to decisions based on religion developed as a result of: a.the Scientific Revolution << b.the French Revolution c.the Great Schism d.the Russian Revolution 2.The idea of a constitutional monarchy may be found in each of the ...
  55. social studies

    Why is the inside lag for monetary policy shorter than for fiscal policy? A) Congress and the President can act quickly to change monetary policy. B) The Federal Open Market Committee must get Congressional approval. C) It can take a long time for new government spending to ...
  56. History

    1.Which of these was a precedent that George Washington set? A. constitutional amendment process B.formal presidential dinners C.singing of the national anthem D.use of a presidential cabinet 2.“The time for a new election of a citizen be president of the United States is ...
  57. US History

    12. To which groups did George Wallace target his campaign? a. southerners and blue-collar voters b. Republicans and left-leaning Democrats c. campus radicals and antiwar forces d. professors and editorial writers A? 15. What effect did Supreme Court decisions on apportionment...
  58. social studies

    5, which statement best explains how the conflict over tariff of 1828 was resolved The US Supreme Court ruled against the tariff Daniel Webster gav a speech to the Senate and the tariff was repealed South Carolina passed the nullification Act which canceled the tariff outright...
  59. Government

    I am working on a test review for Gov't and I cant find any information whatsoever in the text book. The question is... Identify and explain why the following is important... 2. Events leading to the American Revolution: French & Indian War, Albany Plan, Stamp Act Congress, ...
  60. Social studies: Jefferson's Presidency Quiz

    What was one reason for the formation of the Democratic Republicans party? *Washington's cabinet members wanted to form a party to strengthen the federal government.*** *Thomas Jefferson's views clashed with those of Alex Hamilton *The Alien seduction acts outlined the need ...
  61. us history

    what was the goal of the alien and sedition acts? a) to stop immigration into the united states b) to decrease the power of president c) to increase the freedom of the press** d) to limit criticisms of the government** please help i am stuck with c and d
  62. Social Studies

    Explain why you think Matthew Lyon is an important figure in American History and why he should be included in the Register. Would it be that no other American has illustrated more thoroughly than Matthew Lyon the excellence of democratic institutions in affording to every man...
  63. Social Studies

    Explain why you think Matthew Lyon is an important figure in American History and why he should be included in the Register. Would it be for him being the first person to be put on trial under the Sedition Act? He opposed going to war against France and objected the land tax ...
  64. 8 grade social studies

    how did the federalists and democratic republicans interpret the constitution differently?
  65. history

    I need help on these questions. I'd really appreciate if Ms. Sue helped me out, since she's an awesome tutor. =) 1. In their 1994 Contract with America, Republicans pledged to A. renew the "Star Wars" initiative (what is the "Star Wars" initiative anyway?) B. end federal ...
  66. History

    Your answer 8.5 (C) 1. The Federalists and the Democratic-Republicans emerged as separate political parties partly as a result of disagreement over — * 5 points how the nation should develop economically whether to enforce the Monroe Doctrine how the nation should admit new ...
  67. History

    Who developed the doctrine of nullification John C Calhoun? 14. I am a law that was applauded in the North but despised in the South Manufcaturesl iked me. Farmers wished I would go away My passage led to the Nullification Crisis What law am i A.Wilmot Proviso B.Missouri ...
  68. history

    why would the repeal of the stamp act cause the American revolution?
  69. government

    A STUDY OF THE CAUSES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION OF 1776 THE FRENCH REVOLUTION OF 1789 AND THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION OF 1917 BEST DESCRIBES THE GENERAILIZATION THAT REVOLUTION IS MOST LIKELY TO OCCUR WHEN
  70. history

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  71. economie

    - A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when?
  72. Social Studies

    What were one cause and one effect of the American Revolution?
  73. social studies

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  74. Social Studies

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when?
  75. social studies

    a study of the causes of american revolution of 1776,the french revolution of 1789,and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  76. social studies

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  77. social studies

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when?
  78. social studies

    a study of the causes of the american revolution of 1776, the french revolution of 1789, and the russian revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  79. social studies

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  80. social studies

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  81. social studies

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when?
  82. social studies

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  83. social studies

    a study of the causes of the american revolution of 1776 of the french revolution of the 1789 an the russian revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  84. social studies

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  85. Social Studies

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  86. social studies

    A study of the causes of the American Revolution of 1776, the French Revolution of 1789, and the Russian Revolution of 1917 best supports the generalization that revolution is most likely to occur when
  87. United States History

    1.) Which of the following describes an effect of the watergate scandal? a.) Amendments to the federal election campaign Act limited the amount of money in an individual could legally give to a presidential campaign b.) The Freedom of Information Act amendments failed to ...
  88. History

    The Federalists and the Democratic-Republicans emerged as separate political parties partly as a result of disagreement over
  89. us history

    One of the significant changes in atmosphere in Jefferson's administration was: the number of common people involved in government the closing of the Bank of the United States the widespread dismissal of Federalist officeholders the reinstatement of the Alien and Sedition Acts
  90. history

    were anti-federalists mainly southern states, and federalists were northern? did they compromise by federalists adding the bill of rights into the constitution, that way it could be ratified?
  91. American history

    Which of the following was a contributing factor to the economic crisis of 2008? A. balanced budget and decreased federal deficits B. lower taxes and more disposable income for families C. indiscriminate and risky banking practices D. increased federal funding tied to student ...
  92. History

    Can someone please check my history questions? 1) Republicans were responsible for the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment, which effectively nullified the Three-fifths Compromise. Why was this an issue of concern for Republicans? A) because it meant that former Confederates ...
  93. Social Studies

    7. Why did Jefferson and his Democratic Republican party oppose policies that favored manufacturing and trade? The Democratic Republicans felt they posed a threat to slavery in the South The Democratic Republicans believed they would negatively affect American trade relations ...
  94. Social studies

    Why did Jefferson and his Democratic Republican party oppose policies that favored manufacturing and trade? The Democratic Republicans felt they posed a threat to slavery in the South The Democratic Republicans believed they would negatively affect American trade relations ...
  95. politics

    3.The Federalists favored a __________ central government to curb the power of the common people and of the states. a.stronger b.weaker c.neutral d.none of the above A?
  96. U.S History

    Which group believed that failure to approve the Constitution would lead to chaos and mob rule? Federalists**** Anti-federalists 2. Which group believed a strong national government was critical to the country? Federalists*** Anti-federalists 3. Which group believed that only ...
  97. History

    1.)Which group believed that only a powerful government could safeguard liberty? A.)Federalists B.)Anti-federalists A? 2.)Which group believed that people needed the protection of a national government? A.)Federalists B.)Anti-federalists A? 3.)Which group believed that failure...
  98. Social Studies

    I take AP World history. We are currently studying events like Alien & Sedition acts the election 1800, the Essex Junto, the war of 1812 & the Harford Convention. My question is was Washington correct to warn against political factions?
  99. Social Studies

    What did the differences between federalists and democratic republicans suggest about national politics in the years following Washington's presidency?
  100. US History

    Under the terms of the Embargo Act passed by Congress: A. American ships could not transport goods to foreign ports B. the American navy could impress British sailors C. trade with England would be increased A right?
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