-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 on it for others?
-Andrew Jackson was the first president to be sworn into office on the East Portico of the Capital. In 1850, he demanded his place in politics and was part of the westward movement. He initiated an Indian removal policy that forced all natives to relocate to the Mississippi River. Jackson also got his way in the nullification battle and triumphed again when he vetoed the charter of the national bank. Things only got worse and shifted over time.
3. How did the expansion of white male democracy run counter to the ideals of the founders, who believed government should be sheltered from excessive influence by ordinary people?
-Government was founded by brilliant men, who created the idea that all men should be created equal. With these ideas, they did not want to include the African Americans, and accepted that they were only to be treated as slaves in the South.
4. What were the components of the American System, and how were they designed to promote the national economy under the guidance of the federal government?
- 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