|The ceremony at which the president officially takes oath in office.
|An act or decision that sets an example for others to follow.
|Group of officials who head government departments and advise the president (part of executive branch).
|The total sum of money the government owes to others.
|Tax on foreign goods brought into country.
|Revolt of farmers to protest the tax on whiskey (this was a critical test of strength to the new government).
|The action and stands a nation a nation takes in relation to other nations.
|A broad interpretation of the constitution, meaning that congress has powers beyond those specifically given by the Constitution.
|A narrow interpretation of the constitution, meaning that congress has only those powers those specifically given by the Constitution.
|The crime of encouraging crime against government.
|Statement of a formal decision agreed on by a group.
|To refuse to recognize a federal law.
|States' Rights Theory
|the theory that rights not specifically given to the federal government by the Constitution remain within the states.