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Politics 1820-1840 I.Intro II.Era of Good Feelings…? (1817-1825) A.Missouri Crisis B.Foreign Policy III.Andrew Jackson (1829-37) A.1828 Election B.Jacksonian.

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2 Politics I.Intro II.Era of Good Feelings…? ( ) A.Missouri Crisis B.Foreign Policy III.Andrew Jackson ( ) A.1828 Election B.Jacksonian Democracy C.Limits IV.Conc. Key Terms Henry Clay Missouri Compromise John Q. Adams Monroe Doctrine Battle of New Orleans Cherokee Trail of Tears

3 Era Of Good Feelings ( ) James Monroe ( ) Actually…..not everything was so good.

4 Missouri Crisis In 1819 Missouri applied for statehood as a slave state. This would break the balance between the 11 Free States and 11 Slave States.

5 Who Had The Solution…? Henry Clay Speaker of the House

6 Missouri Compromise (1820) 1.Missouri entered the Union as a slave state. 2.Maine entered the Union as a free state. 3.In future, slavery was prohibited in the Louisiana Purchase Territory north of 36°30’.

7 Foreign Policy (What were the concerns?) 1.Spanish colonies gained independence 2.Russia’s exploration of Oregon Territory

8 Foreign Policy Concerns (Who had the solution…?) John Q. Adams Secretary of State

9 Monroe Doctrine (1823) 1.European powers cannot interfere with independent nations nor establish new Colonies in the Western Hemisphere. 2.In return, the US pledged to stay out of European affairs.

10 Significance Of Monroe Doctrine This has been the foundation of US foreign policy for nearly 200 years!

11 Presidential Election Of Election (131 = Majority) CandidateElectoral Vote Popular Vote Andrew Jackson 17856% John Q. Adams 8344%

12 Jackson & Democracy 1.Supported elimination of property qualifications to vote 2.Jackson’s Inauguration = Symbol President Andrew Jackson

13 Jackson & Democracy Thousands traveled to see “Old Hickory” Image Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. Chaos at the Inauguration

14 Jackson & Democracy 1.Supported elimination of property qualifications to vote 2.Jackson’s Inauguration = Symbol 3.Argued voters should directly elect President, Senators, & Judges President Andrew Jackson

15 Limits To Jacksonian Democracy Jackson’s use of the veto Jackson was a slave owner He did not support equality for women He did support Indian Removal: –Removal of Native Americans to Indian Territory out West Political Cartoon “King Andrew I”

16 PresidentTotal Vetoes Washington ( )2 Adams ( )0 Jefferson ( )0 Madison ( )7 Monroe ( )1 Q. Adams ( )0 Jackson ( )12 Presidents & Vetoes

17 Cherokee Trail Of Tears Background Cherokee had been told to assimilate into US society & many did They were still forced to move

18 Cherokee Trail Of Tears (1838) 15,000-18,000 began the journey in % died along the way

19 Politics I.Intro II.Era of Good Feelings…? ( ) A.Missouri Crisis B.Foreign Policy III.Andrew Jackson ( ) A.1828 Election B.Jacksonian Democracy C.Limits IV.Conc. Key Terms Henry Clay Missouri Compromise John Q. Adams Monroe Doctrine Battle of New Orleans Cherokee Trail of Tears


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