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TCAP 3-EarlyRepublic

Early Republic-Washington thru Monroe

TermDefinition
George Washington 1st elected US president; warned the nation about foreign alliances, political parties, and debt. Commanded the Continental Army during the Revolution
Louisiana Purchase Jefferson bought Louisiana Territory from France for $15 million; doubled the size of the US
Lewis & Clark sent by Jefferson to explore and map the Louisiana Territory
Monroe Doctrine foreign policy that stated any future attempt to colonize in N America would be viewed as an act of war; we also promised to stay out of European affairs
nationalism feelings of pride and loyalty to a union
sectionalism disagreements be
Monroe Doctrine foreign policy that stated any future attempt to colonize in N America would be viewed as an act of war; we also promised to stay out of European affairs
nationalism feelings of pride and loyalty to a union
sectionalism different regions of the country put their own interests ahead of the good of the country
American System Henry Clay's plan to improve the nation by improving transportation (roads & canals), a national bank, encourage growth of US economy by establishing a protective tariff on imported goods
Missouri Compromise Henry Clay's plan to maintain the balance in the Senate between slave and free states; Missouri a slave state, Maine a free. Slavery banned in Louisiana Territory N of the 36' 30' parallel.
John Marshall former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
judicial review constitutional principle stating that the Supreme Court is to decide if a law passed by Congress is constitutional; part of checks and balances
Marbury v. Madison Supreme Ct. ruling that established the principle of judicial review--the judicial branch is responsible for determining whether or not a law is constitutional
Created by: SDMS-Swain