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Chapter 12 - Chapter 12 A. War of 1812 1. U.S. ill prepared...

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Chapter 12 A.War of 1812 1. U.S. ill prepared a. Military b. Strategy c. Disunity 2. Successes a. US Navy-Great Lakes b. New Orleans-Jackson 3. Treaty of Ghent a. Aided by Tsar Alexander I of Russia b. Ended in a draw- return to the status quo 4. Hartford Convention a. dissatisfaction/dissent of New England b. talk of secession- from radical Moderation won out c. Resolutions adopted Compensation for embargo Repeal of 3/5 compromise One term for President Reflects sectionalism- where you want the government to do things for your part of the country. Other ideas
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Congress will need a 2/3 vote (supermajority) Declare war Admit new states Pass embargo Long Term Consequences of War of 1812 I. U.S gains international respect II. Sectionalism is discredited III. War Heroes IV. Indian issues dealt with V. Manufacturing increases Because of the embargo especially in New England VI. Canadian patriotism/nationalism VII. US- inward development VIII. Nationalism i. Culture America starts to development it’s own culture
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Chapter 12 - Chapter 12 A. War of 1812 1. U.S. ill prepared...

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