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    • Politics 1820-1840
      • Intro
      • Monroe (1817-1825)
        • Missouri Crisis
        • Foreign Policy
      • Andrew Jackson (1829-37)
          • Elections
          • Jacksonian Democracy
          • Limits
      • Class how does these elements effect Sectionalism and Nationalism?? State or Federal
      • Key Terms
      • Henry Clay
      • Missouri Compromise
      • John Q. Adams
      • Monroe Doctrine
      • 1824 Election & “Corrupt Bargain”
    • Two Issues Arise During One President’s Term James Monroe (1817-1825)                                             
    • Missouri Crisis
      • In 1819 Missouri applied for statehood as a slave state.
      • This would break the balance between the 11 Free States and 11 Slave States.
      • Look at the Map on page 323
    • Mason-Dixon Line
    • Who Had The Solution…?
      • Henry Clay
      Speaker of the House
    • Missouri Compromise (1820)
      • Missouri entered the Union as a slave state.
      • Maine entered the Union as a free state.
      • In future, slavery was prohibited in the Louisiana Purchase Territory north of 36 ° 30’.
    • Foreign Policy (What were the concerns?)
      • Spanish colonies gained independence (Mexico and others); will another European power move in?
      • Russia’s exploration of Oregon Territory.
    • Foreign Policy Concerns (Who had the solution…?) John Q. Adams Secretary of State
    • Monroe Doctrine Review (1823)
      • European powers cannot interfere with independent nations in the Western Hemisphere.
      • New European colonization in Western Hemisphere was prohibited.
      • In return, the US pledged to stay out of European affairs.
    • Significance Of Monroe Doctrine
      • This was the foundation of US foreign policy for over 100 years.
    • Candidates In 1824 Andrew Jackson John Quincy Adams Henry Clay William Crawford
    • Presidential Election Of 1824 30.5% 84 John Q. Adams 13.1% 41 William Crawford 13.2% 37 Henry Clay 43.1% 99 Andrew Jackson Popular Vote Electoral Vote Candidate 1824 Election (131 = Majority)
    • If No Candidate Wins A Majority Of Electoral Votes…
      • The House of Representatives chooses the next President among the top three finishers.
    • Election Of 1824 & Corrupt Bargain
      • House of Representatives chose Adams to be President (Clay helped Adams win).
      • Adams picked Clay to be Secretary of State.
        • It appeared as if a “Corrupt Bargain” was made .
      • Adams’ Presidency was a failure.
      • Clay knew Secretary of State was the way to the White House
    • Presidential Election Of 1828 44% 83 John Q. Adams 56% 178 Andrew Jackson Popular Vote Electoral Vote Candidate 1828 Election (131 = Majority)
    • Jacksonian Democracy: Concepts (1829-1837)
      • Jackson’s Inauguration.
      • Key philosophy- “The will of the people should govern.”
    • Jacksonian Democracy ( Jackson’s Proposals & “will of the people”)
      • Eliminate property qualifications for voting.
      • Eliminate Electoral College.
      • All judges should be elected by popular vote.
      • Presidents should only serve one term of six years.
    • Limits To Jacksonian Democracy
      • Jackson was a slave owner.
      • He did not support equality for women.
      • Indian Removal
        • Removal of Native Americans to Indian Territory out West.
    • Politics 1820-1840
      • Intro
      • Monroe (1817-1825)
        • Missouri Crisis
        • Foreign Policy
      • Andrew Jackson (1829-37)
          • Elections
          • Jacksonian Democracy
          • Limits
      • Conc.
      • Key Terms
      • Henry Clay
      • Missouri Compromise
      • John Q. Adams
      • Monroe Doctrine
      • 1824 Election & “Corrupt Bargain