10 Monroe Doctrine 1. U.S. would not interfere in European affairs 2. U.S. would not interfere in colonies and states in Western Hemisphere3.4.
11 Why did President Monroe believe it was necessary to create the Monroe Doctrine? To create a policy to ease tensions with Great Britain and formally address the possibility that
12 American SystemA combination of government backed economic development and protective tariffs aimed at encouraging business growth
13 What two new political parties emerged in the 1820s, and how did their views differ? National RepublicansJacksonian Democrats
14 Why might someone have supported John Quincy Adams in the 1824 election? Son of President John AdamsBeen in politics since 1803Former senatorServed as a diplomat in EuropeServed as Secretary of State
15 Why might someone have supported Henry Clay in the 1824 election? Gifted speech makerDesired to end slavery
16 Why might someone have supported John C. Calhoun in the 1824 election? Served in House of RepresentativesPresident Monroe’s Secretary of WarSponsored economic measures that helped unify the nation