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    The Era of Good Feelings As James Madison approached the end of his presidency in 1816‚ a fellow Virginian and Republican—James Monroe—was elected as his successor. Monroe’s presidency was a continuation of the so-called “Virginia Dynasty‚” since all of the presidents between 1801 and 1825 were from Virginia. The fading Federalist Party ran a candidate in the 1816 election for the last time‚ securing only 34 electoral votes compared to Monroe’s 183 votes. Monroe came to the presidency with a solid

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    The presidency during James Monroe was known as Era of Good Feelings. Federalist party faded‚ and Democratic-Republican adopted their policies and dominated the politics. However‚ there were constant debates over tariffs‚ the national improvement‚ the national bank‚ internal improvements‚ and public land sales. Also sectionalism tension over slavery became more apparent‚ and soon Democratic-Republican split into two. During Monroe’s presidency‚ Congress raised tariffs (first protective tariff in

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    James monroe James Monroe is the fifth U.S. president‚overlook major westward expansion of the U.S. and strengthened American foreign policy in 1823 with the Monroe Doctrine‚ a warning to European countries against further colonization and intervention in the Western Hemisphere. Write about your president’s childhood through college here. This section should be the shortest part of your paper. Born on April 28‚ 1758‚ in Westmoreland County‚ Virginia‚James Monroe fought under George Washington

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    The Monroe Doctrine can be considered as the United States first major declaration to the world as a fairly new nation. The Monroe Doctrine was a statement of United States policy on the activity and rights of powers in the Western Hemisphere during the early to mid 1800?s. It was expressed during President Monroe ’s seventh annual message to Congress on December 2nd 1823. The Monroe Doctrine deterred European imperialist powers from encroaching upon the boundaries of the United States and established

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    The Monroe Doctrine - The doctrine that European nations should not interfere with American nations or try to acquire more territory in the Western Hemisphere. The Monroe Doctrine was derived from President Monroe’s message in Congress on December 2‚ 1823 and became a part of United States foreign policy. Seeing the difficult situation that Spain was in‚ Britain proposed a joint British-American action to stop other European countries from establishing colonies in the Americas. The Secretary

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    The Roosevelt Corollary In 1823‚ President James Monroe called for an end to European intervention in North and South America by introducing the Monroe Doctrine. This meant that Europe was unable to further colonize in the Western Hemisphere. In response‚ America agreed not to interfere with European relations. Almost a century later in 1904‚ President Theodore Roosevelt presented the Roosevelt Corollary‚ which was an extension to the Monroe Doctrine. This extension gave the United States the right

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    The Monroe Doctrine is the foreign policy regarding domination of the America. This document was passed by President Fames Monroe in December 2‚ 1823. During this time‚ many of the countries in the South America already gain their independence from Europe. But the Europe still want to interfere. So President Monroe passed this doctrine to state the American standing point. The Monroe Doctrine stated that America would not allow or listen to any of the European intervention. It said that the intervention

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    Marilyn Monroe | mid-1950s | Born | Norma Jeane Mortenson June 1‚ 1926 Los Angeles‚ California‚ United States | Died | August 5‚ 1962 (aged 36) Brentwood‚ Los Angeles‚ California‚ United States | Cause of death | Barbiturate overdose | Resting place | Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery‚ Westwood‚ Los Angeles | Nationality | American | Other names | Norma Jeane Baker Norma Jeane Dougherty Norma Jeane DiMaggio Marilyn Monroe Miller | Occupation | Actress‚ model‚ singer

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    Marilyn Monroe and her many affairs? Could the U.S. government have anything to do with her sudden and unexpected death? Whatever the answers to these questions are‚ one thing is certain; there are too many unanswered questions for Monroe’s death to be a simple answer like suicide. Although Marilyn Monroe has been one of the most prominent and influential figures in Hollywood‚ she had to endure numerous hardships before she ultimately became known as a world famous actress and model. Monroe was born

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    Marilyn Monroe Marilyn Monroe‚ formerly known as Norma Jean Baker‚ is a historical inspiration. She was a very confident person. Her strong will always be remembered for that. She was brave going through all the obstacles she faced. She stood up for whatever she believed in and never backed down. Her contributions of being an entertainer‚ singer‚ dancer‚ model‚ actress‚ and wife lend themselves to the way she inspires people today. She had an effortless way of making people feel good about

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