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Chapter Introduction Section 1 The Republicans Take Power Section 2 The Louisiana Purchase Section 3 A Time of Conflict Section 4 The War of 1812 Chapter Summary Chapter Assessment. Contents. Click on a hyperlink to view the corresponding slides. Introduction 1.

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