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Chapter 10: Launching the New Ship of State Growing Pains 1790?4 million people Pop. doubling every 25 years Vermont becomes 14th state in 1791 KY?1792, TN?1796, OH?1803 Washington for President GW unanimously chosen by the electoral college in 1789 Washington creates the 1st cabinet Constitution allows the president to appoint chiefs of departments as long as they are approved by the Senate GW appointed 4 heads of departments Secretary of State?Thomas Jefferson Secretary of the Treasury?Alexander Hamilton Secretary of War?Henry Knox Atty General?Edmund Randolph GW began the practice of calling cabinet meetings to seek advice The Bill of Rights Antifederalists want a bill of rights?Federalists do not AF Revolution was fought to escape tyranny of a central gov?t

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