Westward Expansion and Regional Differenc17

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Westward Expansion and Regional Differences Nation, slavery grow in new frontier The Monroe Doctrine expressed a spirit of solidarity with the newly independent  republics of Latin America. These nations in turn recognized their political affinity with  the United States by basing their new constitutions, in many instances, on the North  American model. FACTIONALISM AND POLITICAL PARTIES Domestically, the presidency of Monroe (1817-1825) was termed the "era of good  feelings."  The phrase acknowledged the political triumph of the Republican Party over  the Federalist Party, which had collapsed as a national force.  All the same, this was a  period of vigorous factional and regional conflict.
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