Write a biography explaining the significant role that each leader played in the sectionalism issue
Using an encyclopedia, the Internet, or other resource, explain the significant role that each of the following leaders played in the sectionalism issue. Type a 300-word biography about each of the following leaders: Calhoun, Clay, Hayne, Jackson, and Webster. Your entire report should be 1,500 words in length. You should construct your biography using the following arrangement of information: name, birthplace and date, early career, resident state, political offices held, view on states' rights, and solutions enacted. The split between Hamilton, who believed in government by the wealthy and powerful, and Jefferson and Madison, who had faith in the common people, was the first crack in the ranks of those who had drafted the Constitution. The conflict was more than a clash of individual personalities. Hamilton's support was chiefly northern and mercantile. To promote American manufacturing and make the United States independent of European goods, Hamilton suggested raising tariffs to protect American industry from foreign competition. Jefferson and Madison, both from the rural South, opposed Hamilton's plan, fearing that it would destroy foreign trade and foreign markets for American farm exports. Out of such regional and economic differences, the first political parties were formed.
Here are your goals for this lesson:
List the political and economic reasons for forming political parties Describe the four main foreign policy issues facing the United States Identify three main issues facing Adams' administration
A meeting of members of a political party to make plans, choose candidates, or decide how to vote.
To force men to serve in the armed forces.
The attitude or policy of a nation that does not take part directly or indirectly in a war between other nations.
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