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7 Balancing Nationalism and Sectionalism QUIT CHAPTER OBJECTIVE INTERACT WITH HISTORY TIME LINE VISUAL SUMMARY SECTION Regional Economics Create Differences 1 SECTION Nationalism at Center Stage 2 SECTION The Age of Jackson 3 SECTION States’ Rights and the National Bank 4 MAP GRAPH
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7 HOME CHAPTER OBJECTIVE To identify economic differences among different regions of the United States, analyze Andrew Jackson’s presidency, and describe the conflict over states’ rights Balancing Nationalism and Sectionalism
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7 W I T H H I S T O R Y I N T E R A C T Would you support the federal or state government? Examine the Issues The year is 1828. You are a senator from a Southern state. Congress has just passed a high tax on imported cloth and iron in order to protect Northern industry. The tax will raise the cost of these goods in the South and will cause Britain to buy less cotton. Southern states hope to nullify, or cancel, such federal laws that they consider unfair. • How can Congress address the needs of different states? • What might happen if some states enforce laws and others don't? HOME • What does it mean to be a nation? Balancing Nationalism and Sectionalism
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7 The United States The World 1815 Napoleon is defeated at Waterloo. 1817 Construction begins on the Erie Canal. 1820 James Monroe is reelected president. States agree to the Missouri Compromise. 1822 Freed U.S. slaves found Liberia on the west coast of Africa. TIME LINE HOME 1819 Simón Bolívar becomes president of Colombia. 1819 U.S. acquires Florida from Spain. 1824 Mexico becomes a republic. 1824 John Quincy Adams is elected president. 1830 France invades Algeria. Balancing Nationalism and Sectionalism continued . . . 1828 Andrew Jackson is elected president.
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7 The United States The World 1838 Removal of the Cherokee along the Trail of Tears begins. 1832 Andrew Jackson is reelected. 1833 British Parliament takes steps to end employment of children under nine years of age. 1836 Martin Van Buren is elected president. 1837 Victoria becomes queen of England. 1840 William Henry Harrison is elected president. 1839 Opium War breaks out in China. TIME LINE HOME Balancing Nationalism and Sectionalism
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1 Regional Economics Create Differences The North and the South developed different economic systems that led to political differences between the regions. OVERVIEW ASSESSMENT KEY IDEA HOME GRAPH
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1 Regional Economics Create Differences OVERVIEW The North and the South developed different economic systems that led to political differences between the regions. Different regions of the country continue to have differing political and economic interests today. MAIN IDEA WHY IT MATTERS NOW HOME mass production Henry Clay National Road Tariff of 1816 interchangeable parts Industrial Revolution American System Eli Whitney cotton gin Erie Canal ASSESSMENT GRAPH
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1 Regional Economics Create Differences 1. Describe the economic systems of the North and the
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