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The Jacksonian Era

The Jacksonian Era

The Jacksonian Era. Democrats and Whigs: The Second Party System. The “Era of Good Feelings”. James Monroe (1817-1825) was the last Founder to serve as President Federalist party had been discredited after War of 1812 Monroe unopposed for reelection in 1820 Foreign policy triumphs:

By JasminFlorian
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Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson. Election of 1800. Peaceful change of political power from one party to another The tied race led to 12 th amendment which created a separate ballot for president and vice president. Marbury v. Madison.

By paul2
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RISE OF MASS DEMOCRACY

RISE OF MASS DEMOCRACY

RISE OF MASS DEMOCRACY. Chapter 13. Politics Of The People. By the 1820s democracy of all the people was no longer considered something to be feared. People wanted to be more involved Asset to be seen as man of the people, and not of the elite.

By ramya
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Monroe Doctrine

Monroe Doctrine

Monroe Doctrine. By Cadet Badillo. nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn.

By zoie
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President James Monroe

President James Monroe

President James Monroe. Elected in 1816 (Democratic-Republican [Republican]) Two Terms: 1816-1824 “Era of Good Feelings” Monroe Doctrine. John Quincy Adams. Monroe’s Secretary of State Architect of the Monroe Doctrine Wide experience in international politics

By aric
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US Expansion 1800-1860

US Expansion 1800-1860

US Expansion 1800-1860. Why did US citizens want to move west? Who were the promoters of US expansion? What new territory was added to the US between 1800 & 1860? What was the cost in acquiring the new territory? What effect did the addition of new territory have on the US?. Elbow Room.

By aure
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The Jackson Era

The Jackson Era

The Jackson Era. Chapter 11 Review. Who were the four candidates who ran for President in 1824? Where were they from?. John Quincy Adams, New England Henry Clay, Kentucky Andrew Jackson, Tennessee William Crawford, The South. Who won the popular vote for election in 1824?. Andrew

By veradis
(241 views)

ELECTING A REPRESENTATIVE

ELECTING A REPRESENTATIVE

ELECTING A REPRESENTATIVE. 2000 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. The 2000 Presidential election was a polarizing time in American politics. The American people were split between the Vice-President, Al Gore, and the Governor of Texas, George W. Bush. The popular vote was:

By annot
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James Monroe and John Quincy Adams

James Monroe and John Quincy Adams

James Monroe and John Quincy Adams. The 5 th and 6 th Presidents of the United States of America. Please select a Team. Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 Team 4 Team 5 Team 6 Team 7. James Monroe. The Era of Good Feelings 1817-1825. James Monroe. A very well liked President

By mickey
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John Adams

John Adams

John Adams. By Beau Bouthillier, and Red Magwood . What was his family life like?. His son John Quincy Adams was the sixth president. He married Abigail Smith. Why was he famous?. He was the second president. He was president from 1797 to 1801.

By morley
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Leander Lobequi De la Cruz--------2015-0217. Visanel Jiménez ---------------------2015-0098.

Leander Lobequi De la Cruz--------2015-0217. Visanel Jiménez ---------------------2015-0098.

Teacher: Ángel Rafael Torres MA. Students:. Leander Lobequi De la Cruz--------2015-0217. Visanel Jiménez ---------------------2015-0098. Jacobo Peguero Ortiz-----------------2015-0276. Eduardo Martínez---------------------2013-0294. GROUP # 1 1-George Washington, 2- John Adams

By pink
(140 views)

American Government

American Government

American Government. Public Opinion. Public Opinion. Public opinion is an important topic in American politics Since we define ourselves as a democratic society, what the people want matters --they are the ultimate source of governmental legitimacy

By eyad
(109 views)

Andrew Jackson and the Presidency

Andrew Jackson and the Presidency

Andrew Jackson and the Presidency. Mr. Chris Sandford AP American History. Jackson is elected President in 1828 He defeated John Quincy Adams by with over 55% of the vote. Major Support: West, South, Immigrants, & Small Bus. Owners.

By umika
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What is Their Story ?

What is Their Story ?

What is Their Story ?. What is Their Story ?. Series of scenes edited from the movie Amistad directed by Steven Spielberg nominated for four Academy Awards in 97 including best supporting actor for Anthony Hopkins’ portrayal of former US President John Quincy Adams.

By brock
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President James Monroe

President James Monroe

President James Monroe. Elected in 1816 (Democratic-Republican [Republican]) Two Terms: 1816-1824 “Era of Good Feelings” Monroe Doctrine. John Quincy Adams. Monroe’s Secretary of State Architect of the Monroe Doctrine Wide experience in international politics

By cassandra
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CHAPTERS 9 AND 10

CHAPTERS 9 AND 10

CHAPTERS 9 AND 10 . A New National Identity and The Age of Jackson . Chapter 9 RUSH-BAGOT AGREEMENT . Spring 1817 U.S. and British Canada wanted to keep their navies and fishing rights on the Great Lakes after the War of 1812

By gibson
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Presidents of the United States

Presidents of the United States

Presidents of the United States. By: Barbara M. Mollure. The First Eight Presidents of the U.S. John Adams. Thomas Jefferson. James Madison. George Washington. James Monroe. John Quincy Adams. Andrew Jackson. Martin Van Buren. George Washington. Born – 1732

By sarila
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American Foreign Policy

American Foreign Policy

American Foreign Policy. 1789-1824. Washington’s Neutrality Proclamation (1793). Response to Great Britain & France @ war Went against Franco-American Alliance of 1778 Nation was too young, weak Appeal to citizens Upsets JDRs. Citizen Genet Affair (1793). Arouse American unity

By herne
(156 views)

The United States Presidential Election Process: Undemocratic?

The United States Presidential Election Process: Undemocratic?

The United States Presidential Election Process: Undemocratic?. The Bill of Rights Institute Chicago, IL October 2, 2008 Artemus Ward Department of Political Science Northern Illinois University aeward@niu.edu http://polisci.niu.edu/polisci/faculty/ward. Introduction.

By emory
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Indian Removal

Indian Removal

Indian Removal. Was It Justified?. Background Check: GET YOUR MIND IN GEAR. On page ---- of your notebook, answer the following questions in complete sentences. What was the Indian Removal Act? If you had to answer the question, “Was the Indian Removal Act justified?” how would you respond?

By osric
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