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Unit 4 - Ch.6 Section 2/3 - Early Transitions in Power

Unit 4 - Ch.6 Section 2/3 - Early Transitions in Power

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•To identify the struggle with the earliest transitions in power in the United States.  The unique “transfer of power”
–Washington to Adams (1796)
–Adams to Jefferson (1800)
•To identify the struggle with the earliest transitions in power in the United States.  The unique “transfer of power”
–Washington to Adams (1796)
–Adams to Jefferson (1800)
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Unit 4 - Early Transitions in American Power

To identify the struggle with the earliest transitions in power in the United States. The unique “transfer of power”
Washington to Adams (1796)
Adams to Jefferson (1800)

Source: Joe O'Brien - Created Using Camtasia

Unit 4 - Early Transitions in American Power

To identify the struggle with the earliest transitions in power in the United States. The unique “transfer of power”
Washington to Adams (1796)
Adams to Jefferson (1800)

Source: Joe O'Brien