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  • 7 Pages phil paper
    Phil Paper

    School: NYU

    Lisa Hagen Ethics for Dissenters Paper #1 3/5/08 Socrates the Benevolent Transgressor An excess of luxury, wealth and prestige had overcome Athens. In his various works Plato attempts to shift the focus of his community to the havoc he saw being wro

  • 5 Pages ch11 notes
    Ch11 Notes

    School: NYU

    Course: Apush

    Chapter 11 Notes The Triumphs and Travails of Jeffersonian Democracy 1800-1812 A. Federalist and Republican Mudslingers In the presidential election between Adams and Jefferson in 1800, the Federalists were not favored mostly because of the Alien and Sed

  • 6 Pages ch12 notes
    Ch12 Notes

    School: NYU

    Course: Apush

    Chapter 12 Notes The Second War for Independence and the Upsurge of Nationalism 1812-1824 A. On to Canada over Land and Lakes The War of 1812 is one of Americas worst-fought wars. There was no strong sense of nationalism, the army was disorganized and t

  • 6 Pages ch13 notes
    Ch13 Notes

    School: NYU

    Course: Apush

    Chapter 13 Notes The Rise of Jacksonian Democracy 1824-1830 A. Politics for the People By the 1820s, democracy was becoming more popular and aristocracy less popular. I. The people began to favor the common man. II. Indian fighters and militia commanders

  • 6 Pages ch14 notes
    Ch14 Notes

    School: NYU

    Course: Apush

    Chapter 14 Notes Jacksonian Democracy at Flood Tide 1830-1840 A. Nullies in South Carolina South Carolinians, still outraged at the Tariff of 1828, attempted to get the necessary two-thirds vote for nullification in the South Carolina legislature. I. The

  • 6 Pages ch15 notes
    Ch15 Notes

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    Course: Apush

    Chapter 15 Notes Forging the National Economy 1790-1860 A. The Westward Movement By 1840, the demographic center had crossed the Alleghenies. By the end the Civil War, it had crossed the Ohio River. Pioneers were individualistic, superstitious, and prov

  • 6 Pages ch16 notes
    Ch16 Notes

    School: NYU

    Course: Apush

    Chapter 16 Notes The Ferment of Reform and Culture 1790-1860 A. Reviving Religion Religious faith was still prominent, but religion was becoming less strict. Many people began to embrace Deism - reason rather than revelation. I. Inspired a branch of Pur

  • 3 Pages ch17 notes
    Ch17 Notes

    School: NYU

    Course: Apush

    Chapter 17 Notes The South and the Slavery Controversy 1793-1860 Cotton Is King! The South was burdened with depressed prices, unmarketable products, overcropped lands, and the slave system. I. The invention of the cotton gin in 1793 boosted the economy.

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