Resolutions, 1798-1799, or Hartford Convention, 1814-1815.
9) Analyze the contributions of TWO of the following in helpingestablish a stablegovernmentafter the adoption of the Constitution: JohnAdams, ThomasJefferson, or GeorgeWashington.
10) Analyze the impact of the American...
Analyze the contributions of TWO of the following in helpingestablish a stablegovernmentafter the adoption of the Constitution.
• GeorgeWashingtonAfter the Revolutionary War, America needed to create a firm foundation in order to...
following in helpingestablish a stablegovernmentafter the
adoption of the Constitution.
JohnAdams ThomasJefferson GeorgeWashington (2002)
5. Analyze the extent to which TWO of the following influenced the development of democracy between 1820 and 1840.
Jacksonian economic policy...
defensive reaction to actual or perceived threats from Europe? Evaluate with regard to United States foreign policy on TWO major issues during the period from 1789 – 1815.
4. Analyze the contributions of TWO of the following in helping establishing a stablegovernmentafter the adoption of the...
1) Analyze the contributions of two of the following in helpingestablish a stablegovernmentafter the adoption of the Constitution. [ThomasJefferson, GeorgeWashington]
Intro: Several contributions were made by both ThomasJefferson and GeorgeWashington in creating a stable...
The legacy of colonial religious and political ideas (92)
6. Analyze the contributions of TWO of the following in helpingestablish a stablegovernmentafter the adoption of the Constitution.
2. Evaluate the relative importance of domestic and foreign affairs in shaping American politics in the 1790s.
3. Analyze the contributions of the following in helpingestablish a stablegovernmentafter the adoption of the Constitution:
* JohnAdams, ThomasJefferson, George...
reference to the years 1825-1850.
2. Compare the ways in which religion shaped the development of colonial society (to 1740) in TWO of the following regions: New England, Chesapeake, Middle Atlantic.
3. Analyze the contribution of TWO of the following in helpingestablish a stablegovernmentafter...
FRQ: Contributions to a StableGovernment (GeorgeWashington and ThomasJefferson)
GeorgeWashington and ThomasJefferson were two important men who greatly affected our nation’s independence and the beginning years of our country. Each made their individual and unique contributions to an...
constitutions for the various states, in order to couch the separation from England in terms of standing tradition of self-government. He suggested that ThomasJefferson be entrusted with writing the Declaration of Independence, and took a prominent place in the debate over its adoption. During the war, Adams...
the contributions of TWO of the following in helpingestablish a stablegovernmentafter the
adoption of the Constitution.
25. Evaluate the extent to which the Articles of Confederation were effective in solving the problems that...
legislatures of Virginia and Kentucky as a protest against the Federalist Alien and Sedition Acts. The resolutions were written by James Madison and ThomasJefferson (then vice president in the administration of JohnAdams), but the role of those statesmen remained unknown to the public for almost 25 years...
the following in helpingestablish a stable central governmentafter the adoption of the Constitution.
* GeorgeWashington (2002 AP Exam)
5. FRQ – Analyze the impact of the American Revolution on both slavery and the status of women in the...
delegates added to the Congress were Benjamin Franklin, ThomasJefferson, and John Hancock. The Congress took on governmental duties. (United all the colonies for the war effort.) They selected GeorgeWashington as Commander in Chief. They encouraged the colonies to set themselves up as states. On July...
Washington, James Madison, ThomasJefferson, Alexander Hamilton,
The First Government
- A confederation was chosen as a loose union of states
- Federal power was limited and the states could “do their own thing”
- For example, the states created their own...
fleshed out by the First Congress and by the precedents set by the first president. The new government: The First Congress under the new Constitution had to wait a month for a quorum. GeorgeWashington was unanimously elected president by the electoral college. JohnAdams, with the second highest vote...
Nothing about taxing
Replaced by the Constitution
Checks and balances
Secretary of State
Secretary of Treasury
Hamilton and Jefferson have different...
strict constructionists – protectors of agrarian purity
believers of political and economic liberty – strong supporters of state’s rights
They did not present themselves as believers in a strong central governmentThomasJefferson received the bulk of his support from the – South...
strengthening the government.
ThomasJefferson and GeorgeWashington both played roles in helping to establish a stablegovernmentafter the adoption of the Constitution. Implementing precedents that future leaders of America would follow, both Jefferson and Washington took part in setting examples for how the government should become strengthened....