2 Preview QuestionsWho strengthened the power of the federal government?What is nationalism?What was the Missouri Compromise?
3 I. Supreme Court Boosts Nationalism Gibbons v. OgdenCongress, not states, has power to regulate interstate tradeMcCulloch v. MarylandStates can’t tax the national bankDeclares Bank of U.S. constitutional
4 I. Supreme Court Boosts Nationalism John Marshall’s Supreme Court reinforced federal supremacyFletcher v. PeckDartmouth v. Woodward
5 II. Nationalism Shapes Foreign Policy John Quincy Adams as Sec. Of StateRush-Bagot TreatyLimits warships on Great LakesAdams-Onis TreatySpain gives FL and OR to US
6 II. Nationalism Shapes Foreign Policy Monroe DoctrineStop European colonization in AmericasUS won’t interfere with existing colonies
7 III. Nationalism Pushes West Lg. population increase in WestMissouri CompromiseShould MO be free or slave?Sets 36o30’ as boundary for slaveryTemporary solution