George Washington: 1st President
George Washington's character was described as an honest, intelligent, and steady leader.
Executive branch- President’s Cabinet included men who had a past experience that made him a wise choice to advice the first national president. Cabinet meetings started in 1792, where Washington’s cabinet members discussed political matters and debated over important issues.
The Judiciary Act of 1789- This act made three levels of federal courts and their powers and relationship to state courts.
French Revolution, 1719- tHe french was fighting among their king.The french won and Created their republican goverment.
Whiskey Rebellion- started when Congress passed a tax on American made whiskey on March 1791. The tax was created by Hamilton to help pay federal debt, and to test the strengths of the federal government. The western Pennsylvanians soon got even more angry with the federal government. They lashed out, and Washington led an army of 13,000 men to fight against the rebellion in November 1794, but all the rebels ran away without a fight.
Neutral as Foreign Policy- This policy states that the U.S will not take sides with European countries at war.
Jay Treaty- treaty that Settled disputes between the U.S and Britain dating back in the early 1790s.
Farewell Address- George Washington was tired of public life and wanted to retire. With the help of Hamilton and Madison, he wrote his Farewell Address, and he warned about the dangers of foreign ties and political conflicts in their country.