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1783-1815: Government and Politics: Topics in the News

1783-1815: Government and Politics: Topics in the News

America under the Articles of Confederation

The Constitution

Establishing the Federal Government

The Federalists Domestic Program

The First Party System

Foreign Affairs in the Washington Administration

Foreign and Domestic Crises in the Adams Administration

The Frontier and Indian Policy

The Jeffersonian Revolution

National Elections of 1788

National Elections of 1792

National Elections of 1796

National Elections of 1800

National Elections of 1804

National Elections of 1808

National Elections of 1812

Slavery and Freedom

The War of 1812

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