Rise of Democratic Republicans-10/13/06

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Rise of Democratic-Republicans Key Terms I. New Political Culture Burr-Hamilton Duel A. Characteristics War of 1812 B. Examples Treaty of Ghent II. Impact of Democratic-Republicans Hartford Convention A. Vision of the Future- “The West” B. Impact on Women and African Americans C. Impact on Native Americans III. War of 1812 A. Background B. Breakdown into War C. Impact I. A. The Press -To shape public opinion, such as the National Intelligencer -Hamilton sponsored the New-York Evening Post -Circulated widely-read in taverns and at political meetings -From 260 papers in 1800 to 396 in 1810 - Both parties elaborated on the truth -Social functions: regional variations, loyalty to party, oratory common, Federalists opposed B. 1. Burr-Hamilton Duel Burr ran for governor of New York in 1804 Hamilton supported Burr’s opponent Hamilton impugned Burr’s honor The duel: At Weehawken, NJ July 1804 Hamilton killed, Burr ostracized Southwestern schemes with James Wilkinson Burr’s trial in 1807 Burr was a turncoat
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course HIST 1115 taught by Professor Rvshelton during the Fall '06 term at Virginia Tech.

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