14 terms

AP American History Ch 10

Bank of the US
charter renewed for 20 years to keep financial stability and provide sense of national unity
Tariff of 1816
implemented to help infant industries grow
Florida/Seminole Wars
conquest of the Spanish-owned Florida (Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819)
Missouri Compromise
involved the decline and abolishment of the slave trade
Marshall Court
Era in which John Marshall, as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, implemented a number of revolutionary laws
Marbury v. Madison
Gave SC Judicial Review in Fed. cases
Fletcher v. Peck
Gave SC Judicial Review when State law came into conflict with Fed. law
Dartmouth v. Woodward
Contracts are above all laws and must be respected by State law
McCulloch v. Maryland
National powers reaffirmed and defined
Gibbons v. Ogden
Congress can regulate interstate commerce
Monroe Doctrine
set the standard for United States foreign policy; republicanism and isolation
Election of 1824
No majority in the Electoral College tossed a presidential election to the House, in which Henry Clay's support helped John Quincy Adams win
Election of 1828
Followed Adam's immensely unpopular admin. Jackson's was a sectional victory, but he was immensely popular where he did dominate.
Tariff of 1828
Scheme to gain Jackson popularity; "Tariff of Abominations"; incredibly high tariffs wound up passing