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The practice of seizing American sailors and forcing them to serve on British ships was called ____.

The practice of seizing American sailors and forcing them to serve on British ships was called ____.

The practice of seizing American sailors and forcing them to serve on British ships was called ____. Jefferson had congress pass an _____ that prohibited trade with any foreign country. The ____ separates rivers that flow east from those that flow west.

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The Jeffersonian Era

The Jeffersonian Era

The Jeffersonian Era. Instructor: Carol Jean Cox. JEFFERSONIAN ERA 1800-1823. JEFFERSONIAN ERA 1800-1823. JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRACY LIMITED CENTRAL GOVERNMENT/ PRO STATES RIGHTS JUDICIAL POWERS STRENGTHED TERRITORIAL EXPANSION INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGES. JEFFERSONIAN ERA 1800-1823.

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CHINA AFTER MAO: The Deng Xiaoping Revolution 1979-97

CHINA AFTER MAO: The Deng Xiaoping Revolution 1979-97

CHINA AFTER MAO: The Deng Xiaoping Revolution 1979-97. The Pro-Democracy Movement 1979-1989. DENG’S OPPOSITION TO POLITICAL REFORM. Deng’s Program Dedicated to Political Status Quo 4 Modernizations balanced by the 4 Cardinal Principles No formula for political change

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Chapter 16

Chapter 16

Chapter 16 . The World of the NT. Announcements . The Prophecies Fulfilled? . Church and state are reunited John Hyrcanus Becomes high priest and secular leader Purified country of pagan influences Options: circumcision or leave Dies in 106 BC. The Prophecies Fulfilled? .

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Wednesday, Feb. 12

Wednesday, Feb. 12

Wednesday, Feb. 12. Get out your History Spiral and turn to the first page. 2. Update your Table of Contents if you didn’t yesterday Date Title Entry # 2/4 Jefferson’s Domestic Policy notes 11 2/5 Jefferson’s Justifications worksheet 12 2/7 Lewis and Clark movie 13

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Forging the Republic: Revolution & the New Nation (1754-1820s)

Forging the Republic: Revolution & the New Nation (1754-1820s)

Forging the Republic: Revolution & the New Nation (1754-1820s). French & Indian War (1754-1763). Consequences of French & Indian War. No French threat on the frontier to create a common enemy for colonists and British Empire

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Structure of the Constitution

Structure of the Constitution

Structure of the Constitution. Chapter 3 Section 3. Vocabulary:. Preamble – opening section of a document Amendment – any change to the Constitution Bill of Rights – 1 st 10 Amendments to the Constitution Income Tax – a tax on people’s earnings. Vocabulary (continued):.

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Jewish Titles

Jewish Titles

Jewish Titles. Rabbi: a teacher of the Torah Pharisee: emphasized strict interpretation and observance of the Mosaic law in both its oral and written form . Scribe: an educated class who studied Scripture and served as a copyist, editor, teacher and jurists.

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Judicial Restraint v. Judicial Activism

Judicial Restraint v. Judicial Activism

Judicial Restraint v. Judicial Activism. Judicial Restraint. Stick to original intent of the Framers. Use a strict interpretation of the Constitution. If Constitution is silent or ambiguous, defer to states & elected branches. Judicial Restraint (cont.).

By sherry
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Colorado De Minimis Reporting

Colorado De Minimis Reporting

Colorado De Minimis Reporting. 2006 Reporting: - 31 findings (2 Park/Rec, 29 Historic Sites) - 13 with missing data or questioned by HQ 6 determined to not use 4(f) resource (2 were temporary occupancy). Colorado De Minimis Reporting. Why so Many Historic Sites ? Expanding Resource

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Launching a New Republic, 1789 – 1800

Launching a New Republic, 1789 – 1800

Launching a New Republic, 1789 – 1800. Washington’s Presidency. The leaders of the new nation face the challenges of establishing a strong economy and a stable, democratic government. Washington Takes Office. George Washington inaugurated, sworn in, as 1st U.S. President (1789)

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Which of the following accurately describes the precedents established by President Washington?

Which of the following accurately describes the precedents established by President Washington?

We are learning to explain concepts associated with the Ratification of the Constitution and the Presidency of the United States We are looking for: - Precedents of Washington - Whiskey Rebellion - Federalist vs. Democratic-Republicans.

By gilon
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Jefferson

Jefferson

Jefferson. Hamilton. &. Faith in the common man . Distrusted people of priviledge Wanted lower voting qualifications. Thought the common man shouldn’t rule. Felt the well educated and elite should be in power. Wanted tougher voting qualifications. The Views of Hamilton and Jefferson.

By cecil
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1801

1801

1801. Election of 1800. Huzzah for being the president!. Midnight Appointments. I can see it now…those crazy Republicans are going to give the people too much democracy! Democracy is scary!. Alexander Hamilton. Midnight Appointments.

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The Structure of the Constitution

The Structure of the Constitution

The Structure of the Constitution. Parts of the Constitution. 1 . Purpose : To provide a plan of gov’t ; highest authority in the nation 2. Parts of the Constitution: 1. Preamble - “We the People” 2 . Articles- Setting up gov’t 3. Amendments - changes 3. THE PREAMBLE : Video

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Lets look at how our Presidents approached their time in office…

Lets look at how our Presidents approached their time in office…

Lets look at how our Presidents approached their time in office…. *Presidential Highlights*. Washington’s presidency. Establish a federal level of government that would be sustainable Focus had to be on domestic policy Despite having complex relationships with foreign nations and natives.

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Constitutional Debate…

Constitutional Debate…

Constitutional Debate…. How many branches… How many houses… Representation: Population or Equality… Next…????. Anonymous Survey (answer in your head). Do you have rules at your house? Do those rules list every single thing you can and can’t do?

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