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1. How does the political theme develop from the colonial theme up to the 1860s? What generally what were those colonial governments? How much power does the government have under the Articles and what is its structure like? Same question for under the Constitution. 18teens do have relative agreement federalists die and republican adopt their policies. What do you have going on by the 1830s? You do have a full blown party system and their believed to be a check on power. By the time of the 1860s, what is going on with the government? You don’t have to tell him everything about the constitution: ratifications… KEY THINGS: stay focused and don’t veer off into another theme (political balance, Whigs and Democrats battling it out, etc.) and give good, broad coverage. 2. Look at the political battle developing during the late colonial period. Both sides think the other has changed the rules. Fundamental political disagreement.
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Unformatted text preview: Federalists and the Anti-Federalists and why are they fighting? Feds think the constitution think the constitution will save republicanism and the democrats think it will destroy it… What is it the federalists support and the democrats support? What the Whigs and democrats are fighting about. The North and the South. In the South, the Democratic Party is doing well. The battle eventually turned into a battle between regions and they both feel their ideas support Federalism. 3. 1865 is the year the 13 th amendment is added to the constitution. Only question with specific dates. Where does slavery come from and how does it develop in Virginia first. Look at the early republic and the status of slavery. What is going on with antebellum slavery? What changes during the civil war? What changes with the emancipation proclamation and the 13 th amendment and what doesn’t change?...
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  • Spring '08
  • sheehan
  • American Civil War, Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, relative agreement federalists

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