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Most attacks came from supporters of Thomas Jefferson. Washington was partisan favoring one side of an issue. Federalists generally believed in a strong federal government and supported policies of the Washington administration.
Later Jefferson and Madison organized people who disagreed with Hamilton.
Phillip Freneau wanted to limit the federal government's power and were followers of Jefferson and Madison. Jefferson and Madison believed in a strict interpretation of the Constitution.
Federalists supported representative government, and Republicans wanted ordinary people to participate fully in government. Republicans wanted ordinary people to participate fully in government.
Adams received 71 electoral votes, winning the election. Jefferson finished second with 68 votes. The administration took office in March 4, 1797, had a Federalist president and a Republican vice president.
The incident in which French agents demanded a bribe and a loan from the Americans became know as the XYZ affair. In order to protect the nation's security, Congress passed the Alien and Sedition Acts.
The Kentucky Resolutions suggested that states might nullify federal laws they considered unconstitutional.
The States rights principle stated that the federal government's powers should be limited to those clearly assigned to it by the Constitution
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