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    James Monroe Achievements

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    James Monroe was a significant figure in many ways in the formation of the United States. As the fifth president, the last of the “Virginia Dynasty,” and the last founding father to serve as president, Monroe is definitely a significant historical figure. Monroe did many things for America, such as his major role in establishing the young United States, his foreign assignments, and his achievements as a president. The question still remains though, is James Monroe truly a significant American president? Monroe was born in Virginia in 1758, and served in the Continental Army in 1776. During his tenure with the army Monroe became friends with Thomas Jefferson, and ended up learning law and politics under him. After his time in the war was over,…

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    Now begins the story of James monroe was important president though you may not think that he was because of the common knowledge of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln he has history to. So James monroe was born April 28, 1758 thus the story has begun. So James Monroe was in the democratic republican party as in for the details about the party. This party was created to support the constitution and it worked because now we under the constitution’s rules. My thoughts about the party it's a…

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    James Monroe The fifth person to serve a term as the president of the USA was James Monroe. On April 28,1758 James was born in a town called Westmoreland County which is in Virginia. He was married to Elizabeth Monroe from 1786-1830. Together they had three children. Their first-born was Eliza Monroe. They had two more children after that, James Monroe and Maria Monroe. James died shortly after he was born so the Monroe’s raised two daughters. He attended school at the College of William and…

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    James Monroe Government

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    government is that which is most likely to prevent the greatest sum of evil.” States James Monroe during his presidency. This quote conveys how strong James Monroe is during the First Seminole War in 1817. It was a battle over Florida involving the Seminole Indians, Great Britain, Spain, and the United States. Throughout every battle, James Monroe inspired his citizens and army. James Monroe was an excellent man, but he had a background just like every other person. He was born April 28, 1758…

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    James wanted to pay back his mom and dad. James had dreams that one day he would own a mechanic shop with the family name. Alex never wanted to work at the dinner but, felt he was obligated to keep it open and in the family. A photograph of John Pappas cooking hamburger patties smiling was a reminder for Alex to pass it on to his son Johnny who had a passion for the dinner. The beginning of the story Raymond reaches out to Alex for closure. The ending Alex reaches out to James and Raymond. Alex…

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    James Monroe Patriot and President, written by Harriet Clement Marble an author who has published stores and poetry in several magazines depicts the life of James Monroe from birth to death in a chronological order. The book was published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons New York in 1970. Harriet Marble does an excellent job of depicting and portraying Monroe’s life from, “Student to Soldier” to his most impactful action on the world, The Monroe Doctrine. This book is contains several dozen sources and…

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    president, there was no nomination to run against Monroe in the Democratic-Republican Party, considering there would only be a handful of votes. The Federalist Party, almost all abandoned, also had no one to elect nor endorse. This allowed for James Monroe and his current Vice-President Tompkins to run unopposed. Monroe says in his Second Inaugural Address, “I shall not attempt to describe the grateful emotions which the new and very distinguished proof of the confidence of my fellow-citizens,…

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    Luckily, the war of 1812 was a catalyst into bring the country together in unity and being on the same page. A strong form of Nationalism came to pass as people of the U.S. started seeing themselves as one country rather than a bunch of states. During all of this James Madison also successfully created the American System. The American System consisted of the National Bank, protective tariffs, and of course internal improvements. The war of 1812 also brought the United States together because of…

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    Changing Nation Essay

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    The changing nation of the U.S. reflects a growing sense of national pride and identity in many ways. After the war of 1812, in the U.S. everyone is high on nationalism because of the defeat of the British. During James Monroe’s presidency, called The era of good feelings, is where everyone is high on nationalism and The government makes questionable decisions because everyone has too much nationalism they don't want to go against what the government is saying. Andrew Jackson knows the…

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    however, the desire to make a profit increased. For instance, in 1803, the United States completed the Louisiana Purchase, which granted the nation 828,000 square miles in area. President Thomas Jefferson “saw the Mississippi River not as the western edge of the country, but as the great spine that would hold the continent together” (Hariss 3). The purchase of the Louisiana territory cultivated Westward Expansion, as the land was seen as rich with opportunities. Thus, the desire to expand area…

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