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Nationalism at Center Stage Section 7*2 pp. 219-223.

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1 Nationalism at Center Stage Section 7*2 pp

2 Preview Questions Who strengthened the power of the federal government? What is nationalism? What was the Missouri Compromise?

3 I. Supreme Court Boosts Nationalism John Marshalls Supreme Court reinforced federal supremacy

4 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

5 II. Nationalism Shapes Foreign Policy John Quincy Adams - Sec. Of State –Rush-Bagot Treaty Limits warships on Great Lakes –Adams-Onis Treaty Spain gives FL and OR to US

6 II. Nationalism Shapes Foreign Policy Monroe Doctrine –Stop European colonization in Americas –US wont interfere with existing European colonies

7 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

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9 Link to James Monroe VideoLink


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