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Chapter 10 Review

The Jefferson Era

Why was the presidential election of 1800 unique? There was a tie for president.
Who decided the final outcome of the election of 1800? The House of Representatives.
Why was the Supreme Court case Marbury vs Madison important? It established the principle of judicial review and created a balance of power in the federal government.
What is judicial review? It states that the Supreme Court has the final say in interpreting the Constitution.
Which Chief Justice presided over the case Marbury vs Madison? John Marshall
The United States bought the Louisiana Territory from who? France
How did the Louisiana Purchase impact the United States? It gave the U.S. control of the Mississippi River and doubled the size of the country.
Who was the president during the Louisiana Purchase? Thomas Jefferson
Who led the expedition to explore the Louisiana Territory? Lewis and Clark
What were the effects of the exploration of the west? Accurate maps, growth of the fur trade, a mistaken view of the Great Plains
What was Thomas Jefferson's advice regarding foreign policy? To make friends of all nations and to enter into treaties with none.
Why was it difficult for America to stay out of foreign affairs? Other countries claimed land in North America; the U.S. had trading partners overseas; the U.S. could not control the actions of foreign nations.
What were the causes of the War of 1812? The impressment of U.S. sailors; interference with American shipping; British support of Native American resistance on the frontier.
Who did Thomas Jefferson choose to be his Secretary of State in charge of foreign affairs? James Madison
Who became the 4th president of the U.S. after Thomas Jefferson? James Madison
Who wrote the poem that later became the Star Spangled Banner? Francis Scott Key
What was the Treaty of Ghent? It ended the War of 1812.
What were the effects of the War of 1812? Increased American patriotism; weakened Native American resistance in the west, the growth of U.S. manufacturing.
Who was the first U.S. president to ask Congress to declare war? James Madison
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