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Articles of Confederation
Regardless of the states size, each states only got one vote. Also the congress could not have the power to tax
The Northwest Ordinance made the government to the Northwest territory.
Daniel Shay didn't like and never agreed with the new terms said on the articles by the state government.
The Senate and the House of Representatives would represent.
Large states and small states came to an agreement of how much power the states would have.
The New Jersey plan liked giving the control of the federal government to the states.
Ratification of constitution
The federalists believed in a centralized national government.
The federal courts got a lot of power from the Constitution.
The Judicial branch limits the power of the 2 other branches.
The executive branch enforces all laws.
The legislative branch makes all he laws.
Bill of rights
1- The freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly and petition
2-Having the right to keep and bear arms
3-Weren't allowed quartering of soldiers
4- Having the freedom of unreasonable searches
5-Freedom of self blame
6-Having the right to have a public and fast trial
7-Right of trial by jury
8-Freedom from brutal and unusual punishments.
April 30th 1789-March 4th 1797
John Adams presidency
Alien and sedition acts- July of 1788
Virginia and Kentucky resolves- December 24th- 1798
March 4th 1797-March 4th 1801
Thomas Jefferson's presidency-
March 4th 1801- March 4th 1809
Marbury vs Madison- 1803
Louisiana purchase- 1803, ended April 30th 1803.
Lewis and Clark expedition- May 14th 1804-September 23rd 1806
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Whiskey rebellion- 1791-1794
First National Bank- February 25th 1791