Nationalism Expands-10/16/06

Nationalism Expands-10/16/06 - Nationalism Expands I. II....

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Nationalism Expands I. Madison’s Domestic Policy Key Terms A. Adopting Federalist Policies American System B. Henry Clay and the American System Rush-Bagot Treaty II. Monroe and the “Era of Good Feelings” Convention of 1818 A. Election of 1816 Adams-Onís Treaty B. Foreign Policy Monroe Doctrine C. Monroe Doctrine III. Nationalism and the Supreme Court A. Dartmouth vs. Woodward , 1819 B. McCulloch vs. Maryland , 1819 C. Gibbon vs. Ogden , 1824 I. A. Reestablished the Bank of the US in 1816-because of not being able to get enough money and higher taxes New tariff-Demo-Rep. had opposed tariffs but realized they were necessary to make money for country Military spending-for army and navy because they had a lot of trouble getting people to join Internal improvements-roads (would address the problem of lack of communication and quicker movement troops) B. Why a tariff?-as a patriotic endeavor and promote American industry and make it independent Internal improvements hit a snag-when it got to Congress because of the issue of
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