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The Whiskey Rebellion A. caused the formation of the Democratic Societies. B. led to the development of two distinct political groups. C. started a disagreement among supporters of the
Federalists. D. unified northern merchants and southern farmers.
The Whiskey Rebellion led to the development of two distinct political groups.
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User: The Whiskey Rebellion A. caused the formation of the Democratic Societies. B. led to the development of two distinct political groups. C. started a disagreement among supporters of the Federalists. D. unified northern merchants and southern farmers.

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User: Which of the following was one of the policy changes Thomas Jefferson made when he became president? A. He urged Congress to support the Alien and Sedition Acts. B. He wanted to build up the nation’s army and navy. C. He planned to retire the national debt by paying it down. D. He used expensive displays to inspire the public’s respect.

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C. He planned to retire the national debt by paying it down. D. He used expensive. This was one of the policy changes Thomas Jefferson made when he became president.
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