Directions: While you are reading from Eric Foners Give Me Liberty, pages 253-270, 279-286, 297-323: 1) keep track of any new vocabulary, places, and peoples, you learn about; 2) take note of aspects of this time period you were not aware, something that intrigued you, made you question a previous assumption, or made you think differently about something; 3) jot down questions that emerge as you are reading; 4) answer the following questions and/or key terms (who, what, where, when and why): 1. What were the causes and consequences of Shays Rebellion? 2. How did the new Constitution of 1788 limit democracy and strengthen the institution of racial slavery in the U.S.? 3. How did the Constitution first define we, the people or the national and political identity of the new nation? Please consider the differences between civic and ethnic nationalism in your answer. 4. What is the significance of the Naturalization Act of 1790? 5. Who was Thomas Jefferson and according to the textbook, what was his argument about Black and White Americans in his Notes on the State of Virginia? How do you think his arguments on race will impact his domestic and foreign policy decisions (especially in terms of relations with Indigenous Americans and their lands and the republic of Haiti?) 6. What were the Alien and Sedition Acts and what do you think these laws say about the new democratic republic the US was instituting? Do you think that political protest in general is criminalized today, or does it depend on what the political cause is? 7. Who was Tecumseh and why is he significant to US history? 8. What were the consequences of the Haitian Revolution on the United States? 9. New vocabulary, places, or other persons you learned from the reading that intrigued you: 10. Other aspects of this time period you were not aware of, intrigued you, made you question a previous assumption, and/or made you think differently about something?