whiskey rebellion
Updated: 2/26/2020
whiskey rebellion

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  • we can make a tax protest
  • how can we generate income from the debt of the war that occurred during the revolutionary war?
  • are the president's order please pay up
  • i don't want to pay your taxes.
  • I have to go Pennsylvania
  • The Whiskey Rebellion (also known as the Whiskey Insurrection) was a tax protest in the United States beginning in 1791 and ending in 1794 during the presidency of George Washington.
  • Nooo!!
  • give us the book and give up your position.
  • the people were upset because they were not to blame for the debts of the president and therefore did not want to pay taxes.
  • I totally disagree and oppose the tax war
  • George what you think about the whiskey rebellion?
  • In 1791 Washington journeyed through Virginia and Pennsylvania
  • we are disagree with your tax war.
  • the second incident involved six men in disguises who attacked Wells while he was at home. The intruders demanded Well's account books at gunpoint and insisted he resign his position.
  • President George Washington was opposed to Hamilton’s suggestion of a whiskey tax.
  • Officials moved to western Pennsylvania to quell an uprising of settlers who rebelled against liquor tax.