A New Nation Facing a Revolutionary World, 1789–1815

Extremely favorable to the United States, __________ fully opened the Mississippi to U.S. trade and created a tax-free market in New Orleans.

The __________ provides protections for individual rights and prevents Congress from restricting press or religious freedom.

Having insulted American honor and neutrality, the __________ led to growing anti-French sentiment in the United States.

The __________ replaced the Embargo Act in 1809, but it was equally as ineffective and difficult to enforce.

John Marshall's opinion in __________ established the principle of judicial review.

Though many Democratic Republicans opposed it, __________ was ratified, granting the United States additional trade rights with Britain.

John Adams made a major political error when he had Congress pass the __________, as it seemed like an unconstitutional overreaction to his political opposition.

The __________ provides protections for individual rights and prevents Congress from restricting press or religious freedom.