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Vocabulary Madison/ Monroe Andrew Jackson Acts and Policies Presidents w/ a J 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points John Quincy Adams
Example that will be followed by others in the future
What is a precedent?
The authority of the Supreme Court to strike down unconstitutional laws
What is Judicial Review?
The seizing of American sailors and forcing them to serve in the British navy
What is impressment?
Clause used by the Federalists to rid states of debt from the Revolutionary War
What is the elastic clause?
Members of Congress from the South and the West who called for war with Britain prior to the War of 1812.
Who are the War Hawks?
Repealed the Embargo Act, but still prohibits trade with France and Britain.
What is the Non-Intercourse Act?
The War of 1812 was ended with the signing of the ____ _ ____.
What is the Treaty of Ghent?
Convention in New England that talked about seceding from the US because of the War of 1812
What is the Hartford Convention?
Compromise that decided which states were to be free and which were to be slave states; also banned slavery from the north half of the Louisiana territory
What is the Missouri Compromise?
Treaty with Spain that gives the US claim to Florida and Oregon Country, but the US had to give up claim to Texas and 5 million dollars
What is the Adams-Onis Treaty?
John Q. Adams was a member of this political party?
What is the National Republican Party?
Shady deal that landed John Q. Adams the Presidency in the Election of 1824
What is The Corrupt Bargain?
Name for the National Republic Party after 1932
Who are the Whigs?
Believed in a strong central government, strength in the Navy, and government directing the ________.
What is the economy?
John Q. Adams Vice President who switches parties for the 1828 election.
Who is John C. Calhoun?
Know as the ______ ___ candidate.
What is the common man?
To the victor ____ ___ ______
What is goes the spoils?
Establishment Jackson refused to renew because he felt its use was no longer needed in the US
What is the (Second) National Bank ?
Jacksons removal of the Cherokee Indians from Georgia that was unconstitutional and led to the death of many men, women and children
What is the Trail of Tears?
The ________ Crisis of 1832 was about taxes that protected the North and angered South, especially South Carolina
What is Nullification?
System for land sales and settlement, which would later setup a three step process for admitting new states.
What is the Northwest Ordinances of 1785 & 1787?
Says the US will not get involved in European wars
What is the Monroe Doctrine?
Gave Jackson the authority to offer Native American nations land east of the Mississippi in exchange for their lands in the East
What is the Indian Removal Act of 1830?
Name for the first ten amendments
What is the Bill of Rights?
Treaty with Spain in 1795
What is the Pinckneys Treaty?
I am known for making it a crime to criticize the government
Who is John Adams?
Republican President who was in power during the War of 1812
Who is James Madison?
Believed that the US should have a stronger Federal Government, strengthen the Navy, and a government directing the economy
Who is John Quincy Adams?
Won the presidency with two different Vice-Presidents; by a landslide each time (1828, 1832)
Who is Andrew Jackson?
I sent the US Marine Corp to the shores of Tripoli?
Who is Thomas Jefferson?
Make your wager
Other name for the War of 1812
What is the Second War of Independence?
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