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history november 3 - N ationalism and sectionalism War of...

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Nationalism and sectionalism War of 1812 dominated the presidency o Factories grew up during the war o Wartime prices on agriculture helped the south and west Surge of nationalism following the war o End of federalists o Single part rule (republicans) Sectional divisions also became apparent o Divergent interests of NEW south and west o Election of andrewjackson and political change “the republicans have out-federalized the federalists” Post war nationalism 1815 onward o 1. Economic nationalism Second bank of the u.s. Protective tarrif Panic of 1819 o 2. Territorial nationalims Adams-onis traty of 1819/ improvments Monrow doctrin o 3.judicial nationalism Economic nationalism Second bank of the us Protective tarrif
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Panic of 1819 Sectional eonomic interests o Souther nexporters of raw material (and of course new economic of slavery_ o Western hunger for land Suspicion of easter and urband interests More egalitarian and anti artiocratic o Northeaster n manufacturing interest Burgenoed during the war Shippers & traders Bankers
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course HISTORY 2610 taught by Professor Price during the Fall '09 term at North Texas.

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