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The New Nation (1781-1840)
Terms in this set (19)
Kept Congress from enforcing anything without states compliance and collecting taxes.
Articles of Confederation
Created in response to Articles so that United States could repay their debts by collecting taxes.
Believed the Constitution would benefit the country, were generally educated and wealthy.
Believed that the Constitution was designed to favor the election of educated elites, did not protect the rights of individual citizens from the Federal Government, and gave too much authority to a centralized government.
Power through the consent of the governed.
Helped write the Federalist Papers and served as the 2nd President of the United States.
1st President of the United States and a wealthy plantation owner.
Drafted and promoted the US Constitution and Bill of Rights and served as the 4th US President.
The founder the US financial system, and the Federalist Pary
Author of the Declaration of Independence and the 3rd President of the US
The first 10 Amendments to the US Constitution which protects indivudial liberties and freedoms
Bill of Rights
Founded by Andrew Jackson
Resulted the the "Quazi-War" between France and the US
In 1803 the US purchased a lot of land west of the Mississippi River from France.
British troups would take US soldiers and make them work in their army or navy, they often took ships as well.
A war between the US and Britain in which the US fought to maintain their maritime rights and trading freedoms
War of 1812
Made by President James Monroe in order to opose British coloniolism in the US
American soldier and statesman who served as the 7th US President.
The expansion of the American marketplace which resulted in the construction of many roads and canals connecting many parts of the US.
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