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Title__________________________________________________________________________ Success or Failure Success Failure Era of Good Feelings-it gave the United States a purpose and a desire for unity Westward Expansion- the United States had land to expand and Americans were motivated to cultivate new lands Land Act of 1820- demanded cheap acreage and partially achieved its goal, it went up against a powerful bank, and federal government policies were successful Missouri Compromise- Missouri and Maine were added as states, kept the balance of free and slave states John Marshall- gave more power to the Supreme court; he took a strong federalist approach making the Federal Supreme Court stronger which allowed them to overturn state court rulings U.S. Supreme Court- created new lands, squashed states rights, a more powerful, Dartmouth College bs. Woodward, judicial Loose Construction said the government is derived from the consent of the people and it meant to benefit the people Panic of 1819- it was a failure because it bought deflation, depression,
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