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unit 4 morgan

TermDefinition
the presidency of George Washington is considered to be significant because his actions set the precedent for all future presidents
Washington adopted a policy for neutrality because the nation could not afford a war so soon after the revolution
existing rivalries among different native american nations in the region prevented Tecumseh from uniting Native Americans east of the Mississippi River in his fight against the expansion of white settlement
what led to a buildup of an american naval force the attacks on American shipping vessels during the war between France and England
Jefferson favored the lazziez fair attitude toward the nations economy because it lessened gov interference
Hamilton background influenced his economic stance because his path from poverty to wealth led him to believe that supporting business and trade improves the economy
The federalist party favored the idea of national regulation of trade between states and a belief in a strong central gov
Jefferson and the democratic republican Party opposed an economy that favored manufacturing and trade bc they felt it would corrupt the nation and give power to only a wealthy few
the passage of the alien and sedation acts led to the claim that states had the right to determine the constitutionality of a law
John marshalls opinion on commerce was that transportation and navigation of goods is part of the constitutional definition of commerce
the alien and sedation acts changed the authority of the federal gov by permitting it to deny citizens rights in time of war
with the enacting of the sedation act the national gov overstepped its authority by placing severe restriction on the several first amendment rights
president Jefferson believed that the US should purchase the LA territory bc Spain had closed the port of New Orleans to US trade
President Jefferson protected American commerce by protected American merchant ships from attack at sea by paying a yearly tax to Barbary states
The primary benefit of the LA purchase was it doubled the amount of US land
Bc of the LA purchase Americans could not legally start settling regions in the West
The growth of loyalty to ones state over loyalty to the nation led to sectionalism in the early 1800s
the US under the Monroe doctrine wouldn't allow other countries to reclaim Latin america
the Monroe doctrine was a bold foreign policy statement bc it was committed to suppressing Europe expansion westward
Jeff's belief in the need to reduce the power over the gov can be seen in the LA purchase
Many of the African Americans living in FL were forced into slavery when the US gained control of the area
The Monroe doctrine stopped Europeans from colonizing Latin america
the British captain of the HMS Guarnieri was stunned by his defeat during the war of 1812 bc he thought the American Navy was inexperienced
most of the battles of the war of 1812 occurred near water so troops could easily be transported
before the war of 1812 congress was divided about declaring war on britan bc members of congress didn't believe the american military could compete w the British military
Created by: kgwilke