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14 Cards in this Set

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Loyalty to one's state or section rather than to the nation as a whole.
Program for economic growth promoted by Henery Clay in the 1800s; called for high tariff on imports and federal funds to improve transportation.
American System
improvement for roads, brides, and canals.
Internal improvements
An 1819 case in which the Supreme Court ruled that states had no right to interfere with federal institutions within their borders.
McCulloch vs. Maryland
An 1824 case in which the Supreme Court upheld the powerof federal government to regulate intersates commerce.
Gibbons vs. Odgens
Trade between different states.
Interstate commerce.
Republican President who use to be a RevolutionaryWar officer.
James Monroe
Federalist who ran against Monroe.
Senator Rufus King of New York.
Speaker for the south known as the,"Young Hercules." Opposed policies.
John C. Calhoun
Speaker for the North. Wanted the Federal Government to take larger role.
Daniel Webster
Speaker for the West known as the,"Galant Harry of the West." Leader of the War Hawks.
Henry Clay
American bussiness leader who established his own mills and factories.
Francis Cabot Lowell
Strengthened the power of the Federal Government to promote economic growth. Chief Justice
John Marshall.
The back cashier of the second Bank of the United States.
James McCulloch