Writing Errands

1.President Adams pursued a course of activism and involvement in partisan politics.A) TrueB) False2.Following the Whiskey Rebellion of 1794, Republicans argued that Federalists were subversive foreign agents.A) TrueB) False3.Handsome Lake, the leader of the Miami Confederacy, was defeated by General Anthony Wayne at the 1794 Battle of Fallen Timbers.A) TrueB) False4.The Federalists called themselves Republicans to link themselves with the Constitution.A) TrueB) False5.Citizen Edmond Genêt, French minister to the United States, was ordered to mobilize republican sentiment in support of France.A) TrueB) False6.The Second Amendment right “to keep and bear arms” was based on the expectation that most able-bodied men would serve as citizen-soldiers, eliminating the need for a permanent army.A) TrueB) False7.The Alien and Sedition Acts were a series of laws passed in 1798 designed to protect national security.A) TrueB) False8.The Jay Treaty, also called the Treaty of San Lorenzo, won westerners the right of unrestricted access to world markets via the Mississippi River.A) TrueB) False9.Alexander Hamilton was born in the British West Indies in 1757.A) TrueB) False10.Federalist William Cobbett insinuated an affair between Vice President Jefferson and Elizabeth Schuyler, the daughter of a wealthy New York family.A) TrueB) False

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