difference in development occur? (1993) 2. In what ways did ideas and values held by Puritans influence the political, economic, and social development of the New England colonies from 1630 through the 1660s? (2010) 3. In what ways did the French and Indian War (1754-63) alter the political...
-Republicanparty before 1800. Describe how these ideals fared during Jefferson’s presidency. Were they translated into public policy? Explain how or, if not, why not.
16. In what ways did Jefferson modify his political philosophy to address opportunities and problems?
17. Discuss Marbury v. Madison...
in electoral politics
Second Great Awakening
Westward movement (96)
38. How did TWO of the following contribute to the reemergence of a two party system in the period 1820 to 1840?
Major political personalities States' rights Economic issues (99)
39. In what ways did developments in...
for farmers to pay debts
* Greenback Labor Party
* Farmer’s Alliance – led by Ben Tillman seeking to overthrow the banks and railroads
* Omaha Platform – James Weaver
In the 1890s a number of economic and politicalforces sparked a spectacular burst of imperialistic...
liberty + US political system to others, but also racist justifications- superiority of “American” race, ppl of territories unfit for republican system
iii)By 1840s idea of Manifest Destiny had spread thru “penny press” (mass audience). Almost all but not everyone embraced- Henry Clay feared tension...
breakdown of the old two-party system, the acquisition of new lands in the 1840s, and increasingly virulent and hostile sectional ideologies would made it increasingly difficult over time for the country's politicians to reach sectional compromises. In the 1850s, with the rise of the Republican...
-Nebraska, 3rd American
Party System, emotionalization of slavery issue, economic development, social development, political development,
Civil War [social, economic, political consequences], amendments, Reconstruction [economic, political, social
consequences], Compromise of 1877)
unconstitutional (to tax citizens to pay for federal construction)
Good Vibrations Early 19th Century Style:
The Era of Good Feelings – was a misnomer, because the period was a troubled one
With the demise of the Federalist party – the Democratic-Republicans established one-party rule
Henry the Navigator of Portugal, who used their power to search for riches abroad and to spread the inﬂuence of the Roman Catholic Church to new overseas dominions.
Changing economic, political, and social conditions in Europe shaped the ambitions of the Italian-born Christopher...
extent to which TWO of the following influenced the development of democracy between 1820 and 1840
Jacksonian economic policy
Changes in electoral politics
Second Great Awakening
5. Analyze the ways in which the Great Depression altered to social fabric in the 1930s
APUSH Study Guide 26
The Path of Empire, 1890-1899
In the 1890s a number of economic and politicalforces sparked a spectacular burst of imperial expansionism for the United States that culminated in the Spanish-American War—a war that began over freeing Cuba and ended...
National RepublicanParty had died out). Jacksonian Democrats glorified the liberty of the individual. They supported states' rights and federal restraint in social and economic affairs. The Whigs supported the natural harmony of society and the value of community. They favored a renewed national...
economic policy Changes in electoral politics
Second Great Awakening Westward movement (96)
4. How did Two of the following contribute to the reemergence of a two party system in the period 1820 to 1840?
Major political personalities...
Senator Henry Clay proposed compromises, debates over California led Southerners to threaten secession. Finally, Clay's Compromise of 1850 won the support of the president and Congress, giving California its statehood as a free state and pro-slavery forces strong federal enforcement of a new Fugitive...
Aristocratic, social, and political system established in France before the French Revolution
Clergy (First estate)
10% of land
“voluntary gift” instead of taxes every 5 years
Nobles (Second estate)
Descendants of “those who found” in Middle Ages
25% of land...
Federalists and the Jeffersonian Republicans resulted in the emergence of two rival politicalparties. Conflict with France caused domestic problems for Washington's successor. The appointment of John Marshall as Chief Justice before President John Adams left office assured continuation of Federalist...
Chapter 10 outline
America’s Economic Revolution
Theme: The market revolution, Industrial Revolution, and large-scale immigration created tremendous changes within the United States during the early and mid- 19th century. During this time span the same forces behind America’s great industrial...
of women: transition was eased by wives of officials; encouraged political and diplomatic negotiation in social settings; Dolley visited congressmen's wives and cultivated goodwill for husband; women also supported their parties - Republicans made goods, Federalists bought smuggled goods