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7.1 Vocabulary

Important words

QuestionAnswer
Nationalism A strong feeling of pride and devotion to one's country
Monroe Doctrine Foreign policy that states that American will protect and defend itself
Marshall Court Allowed goods to flow freely between the states and helped the economy grow
American System A system proposed by Henry Clay in which the federal government pays for internal improvements (e.g. roads)
Internal Improvements improvements to road, bridges, canals and other projects in the United States that are paid for by the federal government
Henry Clay Proposed the American System
Andrew Jackson New national hero during the War of 1812 and known as the "Common Man's" president
James Monroe US President that developed the foreign policy of the Monroe Doctrine
War of 1812 War against the British that made the US feel stronger and more established as a nation
Anthem A song of devotion or loyalty to a nation