HIS 101 3-7-16 HW - Chapter 9 Jacksonian American Context...

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Chapter 9 Jacksonian American Context: Andrew Jackson didn’t die to bullet wound to heart. North moving toward free and South toward more slavery James Tallmadge wanted to maintain a sectional balance of power. James Tallmadge proposed amendment that eliminated the # of slaves. He got the northern congressmen on his side because North moving toward less slaves. 1. What were the three parts of the Missouri Compromise? Why did the compromise need to be made? The Missouri Compromise of 1820. Congress would admit Missouri as a slave state Congress would admit Maine as a free state The rest of the Louisiana Purchase territory would be divided along the southern border of Missouri So there could be an equal # of free and slave states. There was a disproportionate influence in federal politics by Vilrginia. To overcome the voting bloc. To end the Missouri Crisis and prevent any future sectional disputes over slavery. 2. What was the Nullification Crisis? How did it demonstrate increasing sectional competition and disagreements over slavery? Notes: the Tariff of 1828 provided protection for northern manufacturing interests by raising the prices on European products in America. Southerners blamed the tariff for a massive transfer of wealth. Forced them to buy goods from northern manufacturers at high prices. ‘Nullification’ meant a state could nullify a federal statute it considered unconstitutional.
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