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APUSH Unit 3 Study GuideEra of Good Feelings – MonroeoHenry ClayAmerican System: designed to provide the funding, transportation projects, and protection from foreign goods that promoted Market Revolution. Wanted internal improvements, the national bank, and Tariff of 1816. (not fully implemented throughout country, nationalistic in thought but leads to sectionalism). Supported by the West, opposed by the South. oMissouri Compromise What occurred? Missouri applied for statehood as a slave-state but their admittance as one would throw off balance of slave and free states. How is slavery being debated in this compromise? wanted to minimize slavery expansionHow did the compromise balance power? Clay admitted Maine as a free state and allowed Missouri to be a slave state to keep balance. What states were admitted/how were they admitted? Maine (free state), Missouri (slave states)What else was decided? Slavery was prohibited in all states above the 36-30 line Who was associated with drafting it? Henry ClayWhat did it solve for the time being? eased tensions over the expansion of slaveryoMonroe DoctrineWhat is it? Foreign policy written by John Quincy AdamsWhat did it say (all parts)? US would stay out of foreign affairs as long as Europe stayed away from the western hemisphere. WHY did the US proclaim the Monroe Doctrine? Spain, Russia, France, and Britain were recolonizing Latin AmericaWhat was happening in Europe at the time? European Wars (US proclaimed to stay neutral)What is the significance of it? lasting impact on American foreign policyWhy did the US feel like this could now proclaim this? believed American Republic was superior to European empiresWho’s farewell address does this relate to? George Washington What part? GW stated we shouldn’t intervene in European affairs The Age of JacksonoElection of 1824Who was elected? John Quincy AdamsWhy is it known as the corrupt bargain? Clay used his influence to win Adams office and the Adams appointed Clay as Secretary of State.Who became Secretary of State? Henry ClayoElection of 1828Who won? Andrew Jackson
What is the significance of this election in terms of Western states? More popular votes (no more property qualifications to vote)What was the main issue of the election? Adams and Jackson attacked each other in their campaignsoJacksonian Democracywhat things characterize this period? Politics of the Common ManWhat things did they want? Universal White Male Suffrage, Pro-Slavery, Western SettlementWhat did they oppose? BUS, National Debt, Native Americans, Elitism Why? wanted power in the hands of the common folk, not government/elitesoTariff of AbominationsWhy was it called this? Quincy raised taxes on imported goods, hurt the South’s economy (forced to buy North’s more expensive goods)When was it? 1828What were the consequences of it? Nullification Crisis (South Carolina threatens to succeed)What did idea did it lead to?

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