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    APUSH Unit III Jeffersonian and Jacksonian  Democracy
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    Questions For Consideration 1800-1850 What are the  key events? What presidents are  included? What do you already  know about the time  period? How does this time period  thoroughly change the  US? What are the forces  driving change?
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    I. Jefferson and Jeffersonianism
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    I. Jefferson and Jeffersonianism A. “We are all republicans, all  federalists” B. “We can now proceed without  risks in demolishing useless  structures of expense,  lightening the burdens of our  constituents, and fortifying the  principles of free  government.” C. The “Revolution of 1800”  D. “What is practicable must often  control pure theory”
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    I. Jefferson and Jeffersonianism- Comparing 1800 and 2009-WWTJT? 1800 2009 Population 5.3 million 308 million GDP 300 million * 14.2 trillion Annual Revenue Federal Gov’t 9 million 2.9 trillion Federal Employees 130 4.1 million (14.6 million) Debt 112 million 11.3 trillion Debt as %age of  GDP 35% * 80% Debt per person $22.40 ($265.00) $36,688.00
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    II. Domestic Issues during Jefferson’s  early Presidency A. Reversal of Federalist Policies B. Albert Gallatin and Economic Policy C. John Marshall and The U.S. Supreme Court 1. Judiciary Act of 1801 and the “Midnight Judges” 2.  Marbury  v  Madison  (1803) 3. Judicial Review D. Attacking Federalist Judges E. The Burr Conspiracy 1. The Essex Junto 2. Hamilton and Burr 3. Wilkinson and the West
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    III. Foreign Policy Issues of the early  Jefferson Administration A. Tripolitan War  B. Purchasing Louisiana  1. Monroe and Livingston’s Mission 2. Napoleon’s Interests 3. Constitutional Questions 4. Federalist Opposition 5. Approval and Reaction 6. Significance
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    C. Exploring The Louisiana Territory
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    C. Exploring The Louisiana Territory
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    IV. The Road To War A. The British Rule of 1756 Trade closed in peacetime could not be opened in  wartime B. “Re-Exporting” C. Berlin Decree (1806) 1. Forbade the importation of British goods into  European  countries allied with the French 2. established the Continental System  D. Orders in Council (1806)  Blocked French trade with allies or neutrals E. Milan Decree (1807)  No European country was to trade with the U.K. F. British-American relations-The Chesapeake-Leopard Affair (1807)  and the Issue of Impressment
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    IV. The Road To War G. The Embargo Act (1807)  and “Peaceable  Coercion” H. Non-Intercourse Act  (1809) I. Macon’s Bill #2 (1810)
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    V. The War of 1812 A. Long-term causes B. Immediate causes C. Jefferson v Madison D. Madison’s War Message 1. Impressment 2. British ships in U.S. waters 3. British violations of neutral rights 4. British incitement of Indians in NW Territory
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    V. The War of 1812
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