What were the Federalists known for?
-pro-british, commerical, nationalism, empower
What were the Jeffersonians known for?
-pro-french, agraian, states rights, constrain
What were the Nat-Reps known for?
-nationalism, commerical, anti-slavery, high tarriffs
What were the Democratic-Reps known for?
-state-rights, commerical, anti-slavery, low tarriffs
What were the Whigs/GOP known for?
-anti-slavery, commerical, nationalism, strong congress
What were the Democrats known for?
-pro-slavery, agraian, state rights, strong president
What was the quirky election of 1796 about?
-J Adams (fed) wins president and Jefferson (Jeff) wins vice president..two different teams combine
What was the quirky election of 1800 about?
Jefferson and Burr tie in electoral college...goes to House and Jefferson wins
What was the quirky election of 1824 in the Nullification Crisis about?
-4 way race. no one wins electoral college..goes to House. involved JQ Adams, Jackson, Clay, Webster. Jackson wins popular vote and doesnt win. JQ Adams wins
What is the VA and KY Resolution?
-call states to nullify federal laws that are unconstitutional
What are the 3 laws of the Judicial Act of 1801
-deportation of dangerous aliens
-deport of citizen in other countries we are at was with
-imprison for scandolouss writings against gov't and officials
What is the Jackson vetoes?
-internal improvement; road work
-recharter of U.S bank
About the Tarriff Issue chart?
federalism = secession (calhoun) nullification (calhoun) *Decentralized Federalism (Jackson) nationalism (webster)
tarriffs= free trade (calhoun) *Laissez Faire (Jackson) protectionist (webster)
What are the results of the Tarriff issue?
-Jackson wins both decentralized federalism and laissez faire tarriffs
What is Laissez-Faire?
-intent of tarriff is revenue but incidental proctectionism okay
About the Chase Impeachment chart?
Role of the judicary= political (federalist) *unpolitical (jeffersonians)
Impeachment = *narrow/legalistic broad/political
What are the results of the Chase Impeachment?
-Role of judicary is unpolitcal by jeffersonians
-impeachment = narrow/legalistic
What is the Tenure of Office Act?
-Senate must consent to removal of certain executive official
About the Johnson Impeachment chart?
-President role in the Order= (democrats) *jacksonian presidency (republicans) congress supoeriotiry
-patronage= spoils system *removal only for cause
What are the results of the Johnson Impeachment chart?
-president role in the order= rebublicans congress superiority
-patronage= removal only for cause
What is "Bleeding Kansas?"
-mini-civil war over slavery issue
What is the Compromise of 1850?
-territories get to decide slavery for themselves