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Chapter 7 Launching the New Republic 1788-1800 Introduction 1.) Which points in Hamilton?s economic program were the most controversial and why? 2.) What was the impact of the French Revolution on American politics? 3.) What principal issues divided Federalists in the election of 1800? 4.) On what basis were some Americans denied full equality by 1800? Constitutional Government Takes Shape, 1788-1796 Introduction Although the Constitution had replaced the Articles of Confederation as the law of the land, the first test of its effectiveness was yet to come. It passed that test following the holding of the 1st national elections; the beginnings of legislative, executive, and judicial activity at the federal level; and the passage of a bill of rights Implementing Government

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