Essay about Chapter 10 Review Quest

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1. What global changes prompted the Monroe Doctrine? What were its key provisions? How does it show America’s growing international presence?
-The Monroe Doctrine was created on December 2nd, 1823 which proclaimed European powers would no longer interfere or colonize with affairs within the Americas. It limited the power for the European culture. Also, the United States decided to stay neutral with the Europeans and their colonies. The three main concepts consisted of separate spheres of influence for the Americas and Europe, non-colonization, and non-intervention.
2. How did Andrew Jackson represent the major developments of the era: westward movement, the market revolution, and the expansion of democracy for some alongside the limits
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5. How did the Missouri Compromise and the nullification crisis demonstrate increasing sectional competition and disagreements over slavery?
- Missouri Compromise- Missouri petitioned to become a state and join the union as a slave state. At the time there were 11 Free states and 11 slave states so the county was balanced but now since Missouri wanted to come in that would make it uneven, therefore the Northerners were angry that it wanted to become a slave state and didn’t want it to happen. In the end, what the compromise did was add Missouri as a slave state but then to make it even they made Maine a state as well and added it as a free state. The northerners and southerners disagreed over the James Tallmadege’s proposal of not introducing anymore slaves into Missouri.Nullification Crisis- In 1828 congress passed a bill authorizing new tariffs on imported manufacturing cloth and iron. The cost rose a lot so the legislature of South Carolina looked again at the doctrine of nullification
6. According to Martin Van Buren, why were political parties a desirable element of public life? What did he do to build the party system?
-The American System was rooted in the “American School” ideas of Alexander Hamilton. The plan consisted of three mutually reinforcing parts: a tariff to protect and promote American industry, a national bank to foster commerce, and federal subsidies for roads, canals and other internal improvements to

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