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12 questions
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  • Q1
    Gave the President the authority to deport any foreigner that is thought to be dangerous.
    Kentucky-Virginia Resolutions
    Sedition Act
    Alien Act
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  • Q2
    Made it a crime to write, print, utter or publish anything critical of the government.
    Alien Act
    Kentucky-Virginia Resolutions
    Sedition Act
    30s
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  • Q3
    Democrat-Republicans believed this act was meant to silence their opposition to war with France.
    Kentucky-Virginia Resolutions
    Sedition Act
    Alien Act
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  • Q4
    The Sedition Act violated this amendment.
    4th amendment
    1st amendment
    10th amendment
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  • Q5
    These were specific freedoms that the Sedition Act limited.
    press and speech
    speech and assembly
    press and petition
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  • Q6
    What issue most divided the Federalist party?
    Alien-Sedition Acts
    Creation of Army
    War with France
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  • Q7
    What two actions did Congress take to prepare for war with France?
    Pass Alien-Sedition Acts and send ambassador to France
    Create Provisional Army and sign treaty with Great Britain
    Improve Navy and create Provisional Army
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  • Q8
    Rebellion in the form of actions, words or writing that is against the government.
    sedition
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  • Q9
    Government statement issuing their opinion or intention about an issue.
    alien
    sedition
    resolution
    30s
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  • Q10
    A foreigner
    alien
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  • Q11
    The rights and powers that a state has to govern itself and limit the power of the federal government.
    states' rights
    nullification
    resolution
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  • Q12
    The right or power of a state to cancel any federal law that they believe violate the Constitution.
    nullification
    states' rights
    resolution
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