Nationalism

Nationalism - 1. Nationalism a. Judicial nationalism b....

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1. Nationalism  a. Judicial nationalism b. Foreign affairs i. Establishing boundaries ii. Monroe Doctrine 2. New problems a. Panic of 1819 b. Missouri Compromise Nationalism – United States acts more like a nation John Quincy Adams - Old-school Federalist ideas - Wanted to focus on border issues that United States was having - Wanted a policy that the united states wanted Europe to interfere less in America  Monroe Doctrine - Crafted by Adams but read by Monroe - United States as a country was different/better than the European countries  - United States was dominate power in Americas and as the dominate power they wanted  no European intervention or further colonization - If their colonies revolted, European mother-countries shouldn’t intervene - In return, United States wouldn’t interfere in Europe - United States wanted Spain out - Britain wanted Spain weaker (out of America)
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- Britain wanted to trade with independent Spanish colonies
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