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Unit 7 Review

Who was the chief justice of the Supreme Court from 1801 to 1835? John Marshall
Which of the following stated the US would not interfere in European affairs? Monroe Doctrine
Who became a new hero for America during the War of 1812? Andrew Jackson
An example of an internal improvement that the federal government would pay for because of the American System? Roads
What was President Andrew Jackson’s nickname? The Common Man's President
Nationalism Pride in one’s own country
Written during the War of 1812 Star Spangled Banner
The refusal by a state to follow a national law Nullification
Which state felt that the Alien and Sedition Acts were unconstitutional? Virginia
Which state nullified the Tariff of 183 South Carolina
Sectionalism Loyalty to a particular region
Increased the production of cotton after 1793 The Cotton Gin
Where was the line for the Missouri Compromise drawn 36' 30
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