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Age of Jefferson characteristics

Peaceful political change, Strengthen democratic/nationalistic spirit, expanding territory, unity

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"We are all republicans, we are all federalists"

Demonstration of theme of unity under Thomas Jefferson, stressing the basic principles of constitutional government

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National bank

Proposed by Hamilton, Jefferson argued its creation was not allowed by constitution.
Maintained through age of Jefferson

Privately owned
Endorsed by gov

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Guideline principle of early democratic republicans

Limited central government

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Right of deposit

Revoked right of Americans to use New Orleans port in 1802

Caused the people on the frontier to cry for government action

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Louisiana purchase and strict vs loose

Jefferson went against his strict interpretation of constitution with the purchase

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Effects of Louisiana purchase

Increased Jefferson popularity
Showed the federalists to be weak
Strengthened Jeffersons hopes of an agrarian society

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Agrarian society

Jeffersons vision of a nation built of independent farmer, minimizing foreign affairs

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Marbury vs Madison

Established judicial review

Put Marshall in direct conflict with Jefferson (Marshall appointed during John Adams presidency)

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John Marshall

Federalist
Rulings in the court strongly influenced a strong central government

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Lewis and Clark expedition

Increased geographic and scientific knowledge of western region
Strengthened US claims to territory
Better relations with Indians
More Accurate maps for future Americans

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Aaron burr

Asshole who dueled and killed hammy :(
Former Vice President of Jefferson
Plotted against Jeff for abandoning dem rep principles

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Battle of tippecanoe

Quelling of an Indian uprising led by Tecumseh.

Led by General Harrison

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War hawks

Group who believed war with Britain was the only way

Gained influence in House of Representatives

Led by Henry clay ❤️

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Impressment

Example of intense British violation of US neutral rights

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Macon's bill no. 2

America put down a sweet deal for Brit and France that was like: if one of you Stop taking our dang ships, we'll stop trading with the other one

Napoleon snatched this up but kept taking the damn ships

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Samuel chase

(Federalist) Impeached from the Supreme Court at the order of Jefferson, didn't really work

Signaled that impeachment wouldn't be a valid political strategy

Judiciary validated as a powerful force within the government

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American public reaction to Louisiana purchase

Didn't really know what exactly it was until the Lewis and Clark expedition