Hist250EraofGoodFeelings - B Andrew Jackson& Spanish...

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Era of Good Feelings I. Characteristics II. Hartford Convention A. December 1814 Antiwar Federalists meet in Hartford, CT 1. New England; Madison’s Foreign Policy, War, 3/5 Rule B. Poor Timing for Federalists 1. Victory at the Battle of New Orleans 2. Federalists appear disloyal C. Hartford Convention doomed the Federalist Party D. Yields “National Republicans” III. National Republicans (Federalists out) A. President James Monroe (1816-1824) 1. Republican reversal after War of 1812 B. Republicans adopt some Federalist ideas 2. 1816 Second National Bank 3. Tax imported goods C. “Era of Good Feelings” 1. National consensus on issues 2. Madison reelected unopposed IV. Adams-Onis Treat 1819
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Unformatted text preview: B. Andrew Jackson & Spanish Florida C. Adams establishes western border of U.S. V. Missouri Compromise 1820 A. 1817 Missouri applies for Statehood 1. Congress must decide = free or slave state? B. Northern states = By 1819 slavery abolished 1. Opposed to expansion of slavery C. South wants MO to become a slave state 1. Seek an advantage in Senate 2. Outnumbered in HR due to pop. inc. in North i. 105 to 81 3. Sectional balance of power issue (11 F – 11 S) D. The Compromise 1. Missouri entered Union as a slave state 2. Maine entered as a free state 3. Slavery prohibited north of 36°-30′ E. MO Compromise only a temporary solution V. The Monroe Doctrine 1823 A. Expression of Nationalism B. Isolated Western Hemisphere from European influence 1. No Colonization C. Reciprocal...
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Hist250EraofGoodFeelings - B Andrew Jackson& Spanish...

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