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First Secretary of theTreasury of the U.S.Answer: Alexander HamiltonFirst Secretary of War ofthe U.S.Answer: Henry KnoxSpoke Against PoliticalPartiesAnswer: George WashingtonFirst Vice-President of theU.S.Answer: John AdamsFirst Secretary of State ofthe U.S.Answer: Thomas JeffersonCreated Judicial ReviewAnswer: John MarshallArchitect/Planner ofWashington, D.C.Answer: Pierre LEnfantAfrican American thathelped plan capitalAnswer: Benjamin BennekerExplored the LouisianaTerritoryAnswer: William ClarkFirst Attorney General ofthe U.S.Answer: Edmund Randolphwanted a STRONG federalgovernment (not so much statepower)Thought government shouldENCOURAGE BUSINESS (notagriculture)Answer: HamiltonWanted government to beguided by the MASSES (notjust the aristocrats)Thought the new governmentshould NOT pay old debtAnswer: JeffersonLaws that made it a crime tocriticize the government or those working in it under penalty of fines orimprisonmentAnswer: Sedition ActsArgument written byThomas Jefferson that theAlien and Sedition Actswere unconstitutionalAnswer: Kentucky ResolutionArgument written by JamesMadison that the Alien andSedition Acts wereunconstitutionalAnswer: Virginia ResolutionThree laws that allowed the presidentto expel foreigners from the U.S. if he believed they were dangerous to the nation's peace and securityAnswer: Alien ActsA political ideal that favors civilliberties, democratic reform, and the use of government to solve socialproblemsAnswer: LiberalTerm used to describe apolitical ideal that tends tosupport old institutions andoppose changeAnswer: ConservativePerson who buys at a lowprice to sell later at ahigher priceAnswer: SpeculatorGovernment takes a "handsoff" approach, littleeconomic regulationAnswer: Laissez-FaireEconomic system based onindividual or companyownership of goods andservices in a free marketAnswer: CapitalismThe right of the people tokeep and bear Arms, shallnot be infringedAnswer: 2nd AmendmentIn suits at common law, wherethe value in controversy shallexceed twenty dollars, the rightof trial by jury shall bepreservedAnswer: 7th AmendmentIn all criminal prosecutions, theaccused shall enjoy the right to aspeedy and public trial, by animpartial jury of the State anddistrict wherein the crime shall havebeen committed.Answer: 6th AmendmentCongress shall make no law respecting anestablishment of religion, or prohibitingthe free exercise thereof; or abridging thefreedom of speech, or of the press; or theright of the people peaceably to assemble,and to petition the Government for aredress of grievances.Answer: 1st AmendmentThe enumeration in the Constitution,of certain rights, not be construed todeny or disparage others retained bythe peopleAnswer: 9th AmendmentNo person shall be held to answer for acapital, or otherwise infamous crime, unlesson a presentment or indictment of a GrandJury. Nor shall any person be subject for thesame offence to be twice put in jeopardy oflife or limb; nor shall be compelled in anycriminal case to be a witness against himself.Answer: 5th AmendmentThe powers not delegated to theUnited States by the Constitution,nor prohibited by it to the States, arereserved to the States respectively, orto the people.Answer: 10th AmendmentNo Soldier shall, in time of peace bequartered in any house, without theconsent of the Owner, nor in time ofwar, but in a manner to be prescribedby lawAnswer: 3rd AmendmentExcessive bail shall not berequired, or excessive finesimposed, nor cruel andunusual punishmentsinflicted.Answer: 8th AmendmentThe right of the people to be secure in theirpersons, houses, papers, and effects, againstunreasonable searches and seizures, shall not beviolated, and no warrants shall issue, but uponprobable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation,and particularly describing the place to besearched, and the persons or things to be seizedAnswer: 4th AmendmentHas the ability to declare warHas the ability to impeachjudges or the PresidentThis branch makes the lawsAnswer: LegislativeThere are no specifically mentionedqualifications to serve in this branchTerms last a lifetime, as long as thereis no misbehaviorThe branch can declare a law oraction as unconstitutionalAnswer: JudicialHas the ability to carry out, or enforce,the lawsTerms of service can last no longer than10 yearsThis branch can veto lawsThe President is the head of this branchAnswer: Executivea diplomatic disagreementbetween the French and theU.S.Answer: XYZ AffairJohn Marshall was part ofthis branch of governmentAnswer: JudicialFirst President to live in ourcapital, WashingtonAnswer: John AdamsBelieved in a strong stategovernmentAnswer: Democratic-Republican PartyRiver PresidentWashington chose as thenew capitalAnswer: PotomacYear of the LouisianaPurchaseAnswer: 1803The Constitution can onlybe changed by thisAnswer: AmendmentKnown as the Father of theConstitutionAnswer: James MadisonIn this type of system, thepower is divided between acentral government andstate governments.Answer: Federationsaid that the number ofcongressmen each statewould have should bedecided by populationAnswer: The Virginia PlanYear Articles ofConfederation were ratified

Answer: 1781man that proposed theGreat CompromiseAnswer: Roger ShermanThe 3/5 Compromisefocused on this groupAnswer: Enslaved Persons