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15 Cards in this Set

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a national development program that called for
a. federally financed roads to link east and west
b. tariffs to protect new manufacturing
c. rechartering of the Bank of the United States to regulate the money supply
The American System
first time that the federal government was allowed to send in troops to force payment of taxes
Whiskey Rebellion
a model for those to follow
the power of the Supreme Court to determine if local, state, and federal laws or governmental actions violate the U.S. Constitution (checks and balances)
Judicial Review
set up the system of judicial review (the Supreme Court checked the power of Congress)
Marbury v. Madison
1. warned Europe that there would be no more colonization of the Western Hemisphere
2. pledged the U.S. would not interfere with existing colonies
3. vowed the U.S. would remain neutral in European affairs
Monroe Doctrine
placing the interest of your own region ahead of the interests of the nation as a whole
1) new states would be admitted in pairs (1 free, 1 slave)
2) territories north of 36,30 N latitude would be considered free; south would be slavery
3) cause of the Civil War
Missouri Compromise
the process by which a state left the Union
educational reformer who pushed for public school changes.
Horace Mann
social reformer who led a crusade to improve the horrible treatment of the insane and mentally ill.
Dorothea Dix
protected northern industries from foreign competition
protective tariff
declares the law of the federal government null and void, primarily the protective tariff law
doctrine of nullification
tragic journey of the Cherokee people from the homeland to Indian Territory between 1838 and 1839 led by Andrew Jackson
Trail of Tears
this purchase from France by Jefferson doubled the size of the United States and gave the U.S. control of the Mississippi River. It extended the western boundary to the Rocky Mountains
Louisiana Purchase