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Quiz 3 Review Early American Politics and Expansion
As Secretary of Treasury, how did Alexander Hamilton plan to handle debt?
He supported having the federal government take on the states’ debts.
Know that unlike the Federalists, Jeffersonian Republicans objected to the interference of the national government in the economy. Give me an example!
What controversial legislation did John Adams support as president?
The Alien & Sedition Acts What did those entail?
What did the election of 1800 (Adams -> Jefferson) demonstrate?
That the country could peacefully transfer power from one party to another.
What is John Marshall remembered for?
Judicial review serving as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court for 34 years.
What is judicial review?
It allows the Supreme Court to decide if state and federal laws are constitutional.
What was the goal of the Lewis and Clark expedition?
gather information about natural resources west of the Mississippi (Louisiana Territory)
What was the outcome of the War of 1812?
a return to the prewar boundaries between United States and British territories. Patriotism
What was the greatest accomplishment of Thomas Jefferson’s administration?
making the Louisiana Purchase
Why was the Louisiana Purchase important?
greatly increased the size of the United States.
Why did the U.S. declare war on Great Britain in the War of 1812?
Because of continued British harassment (impressment)
What did the British do when they invaded the U.S. in the War of 1812?
They burned the United States capital (Washington, D.C.)
What did the Adams-Onís Treaty of 1819 result in?
Spain ceded Florida to the United States.
How did Native American migration differ from that of white Americans?
Most Native Americans migrated after being forced from their land.
What did Native American migrations result in?
lost land and population.
Who did settlers in Texas fight for independence from?
How did most settlers move west after 1843?
The Oregon Trail
Describe Henry Clay’s American System
It was designed to improve the nation’s economy and infrastructure following the War of 1812
What was the purpose of the Monroe Doctrine?
It was meant to protect US interests in the Americas from European threats
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