Presentation on theme: "Nationalism at Center Stage Section 7*2 pp. 219-223."— Presentation transcript:
Nationalism at Center Stage Section 7*2 pp
Preview Questions Who strengthened the power of the federal government? What is nationalism? What was the Missouri Compromise?
I. Supreme Court Boosts Nationalism Gibbons v. Ogden –Congress, not states, has power to regulate interstate trade McCulloch v. Maryland –States cant tax the national bank –Declares Bank of U.S. constitutional
I. Supreme Court Boosts Nationalism John Marshalls Supreme Court reinforced federal supremacy –Fletcher v. Peck –Dartmouth v. Woodward
II. Nationalism Shapes Foreign Policy John Quincy Adams as Sec. Of State –Rush-Bagot Treaty Limits warships on Great Lakes –Adams-Onis Treaty Spain gives FL and OR to US
II. Nationalism Shapes Foreign Policy Monroe Doctrine –Stop European colonization in Americas –US wont interfere with existing colonies
III. Nationalism Pushes West Lg. population increase in West Missouri Compromise –Should MO be free or slave? –Sets 36 o 30 as boundary for slavery –Temporary solution
The Age of Jackson Section 11*3 pp
Preview Questions What led to the formation of the Democratic-Republican Party? What is the spoils system? What was the Trail of Tears?
I. Expanding Democracy Election of 1824 –Tie b/w Jackson and JQ Adams –Clay uses influence to get Adams elected –Jackson forms D-R Party
I. Expanding Democracy Many states expand suffrage –More people able to vote –Free blacks and women still cant vote Election of 1828 –New voters choose Jackson over Adams
II. Jacksons Presidential Style Appeals to common man Uses spoils system –Appoint supporters to govt jobs –May lead to inefficiency
III. Removal of Native Americans Indian Removal Act –Jackson wants NAs removed from land –Relocate NAs to Indian Territory
III. Removal of Native Americans Worcester v. Georgia –Cherokee fights removal –Marshall rules in Cherokees favor –Jackson ignores ruling and sends troops
III. Removal of Native Americans Trail of Tears –800-mile journey to Indian Territory –US troops steal from Cherokee –25% of Cherokee die