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Early Republic

1) First seven presidents (WAJMMAJ) 1) Washington, Adams (John ), Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Adams (John Q), Jackson
2) First of many countries to "copy" the Constitution and Declaration of Independence 2) France
3) An early failure of President Adams to live up to American ideals 3) (pick one) Alien Act: restricted immigration into the U.S. Sedition Act: made it illegal to criticize the government
4) Marbury vs. Madison 4) Court case which established the right of the Supreme Court to have judicial review
5) Judicial review 5) The right of the Supreme Court to have final say on what laws or actions are constitutional
6) Louisiana 6) Purchased by Jefferson from Napolean, doubling the size of the U.S.
7) The Monroe Doctrine 7) Policy, established by Monroe and followed by every President since: The U.S. would not tolerate further colonization in the Western Hemisphere
8) Indian Removal Act 8) Law signed by Jackson which forced the removal of thousands of NAs to Oklahoma. Resulted in the death of 10,000
9) Nullification Crisis 9) South Carolina angry about the tariff; says it can nullify Federal laws; threatens to secede; a hint of what's to come in the civil war
10) Manifest Destiny 10) Idea shared by many Americans that U.S. destiny was evident or "Manifest": expansion to the Pacific Ocean
Created by: jpgagnon



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