Flashcards in APUSH: Chapter 9-12 Review (Freeman's Review) [DONE] Deck (43):
Alexander Hamilton (4)
favored the wealthier class
thought to be one of the most intelligent men in the colonies
based the bank on the "elastic" clause in the Constitution
infringed on States' rights
Barbary coast Pirates...
threatened American commerce in the Mediterranean
were appeased with the idea that tax measures start in the House
occupied a chain of trading forts in the Old Northwest
by 1783 America... (3)
had lots of land
legacy of self government, but had no guarantees to succeed
advocated rule by the best people
demanded repayment of wartime loans from America
Henry Clay (2)
was from the "West"
wanted cheap money from unregulated banks <-- favored in the west
Impressment was... (2)
an act of kidnapping
forced "enlistment" into British army / navy
in the Revolution of 1800...
presidential election power was transferred peacefully from federalist to antifederalists
in the Monroe Doctrine...
non-colonization was to save Alaska and Oregon from Russia
was called the "Father of the Constitution"
wanted representation in the House and Senate based on population
Liberals and Conservatives...
favored the democratic revolution
Marbury v. Madison.... (2)
spelled out who had the right to determine the meaning of the Constitution
the doctrine of Judicial Review of congressional legislation
The Missouri Compromise...
banned slavery north of 36 degrees 30' in the Louisiana Purchase
reduced property-holding requirements for voting
could be seen in paintings, architecture in DC, bigger army and navy, and literature
Northwest Ordinance of 1787
prohibited slavery in the Old Northwest
Opposition to the constitution (2)
rested on the absence of a bill of rights
became first job of the new government
over speculation in the frontier lands
caused the Panic of 1819
President James Madison shouldn't have...
accepted Napoleon's word on anything
Resolution from the Hartford Convention...
helped to bring an end to the federalist party
established a one-party rule
the Sedition Act...
violated the 1st amendment
alien and sedition acts were to silence and punish critics of federalists
showed the need for a stronger central government
Slavery was not...
legal in the Old Northwest
controlled important trade routes from the interior of North America
State documents were intended to...
represent a fundamental law superior to ordinary legislation
Struggle for the separation of church and state was fiercest in...?
The Constitutional Convention was...
supposed to revise the Articles of Confederation
the war of 1812 was supported by...?
people in the west and the south
New England states supported...
the British army
who was successful in the war of 1812?
the American's navy (on seas)
The battle of new Orleans brought....
a wave of nationalism
the was a lot of debate on...
how to reconcile states' rights with strong national government
What did Thomas Jefferson do?
enacted an economic embargo to deal with Britain and France
Jefferson favored... (7)
the states retaining the majority of political power
ideal citizen = farmer
didn't believe in a strong central gov
supported from the south and west
moderate public policy
opposed federal judges appointed at the last possible moment
left almost all federal economic programs in place
Jefferson's first foreign policy decision... (2)
was a navy to the Mediterranean
sent envoys to France in 1803 to buy New Orleans
neutral when France and Britain went to war
weakness of Articles of Confederation?
lack of enforcement with tax collecting
Whiskey Rebellion was the result of ...
the excise tax enacted by Hamilton
were now the keepers of the nation's conscious