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History Quiz

Farmers The people that would best preserve our nation's peace, order, and liberty.
Laissez-fair The government should play as small a role as possible in economic affairs.
Marbury vs. Madison Madison wouldn't deliver the papers(under President Jefferson's order) that confirmed Marbury. Marbury sued Madison.
Judaical Review The power to decide whether laws passed by Congress were constitutional.
Louisiana Purchase President Jefferson bought land from France for $15 million.
Lewis and Clark President Jefferson told them to go and observe the nation's new land.
Impressment Capturing and forcing people into service.
Mr. Madison's war America tried to take Canada from Britain.
Francis Scott Key He wrote "The Star-Spangled Banner."
Battle of New Orleans The British attacked New Orleans, but the Americans fought them off.
Andrew Jackson He became a national hero because of the Battle of New Orleans.
Treaty of Ghent Britain and the United States both agreed to return matters to how they were before the war.
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