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    Chapter 11 Study Guide Chapter 11 Study Guide Document Transcript

    • Chapter 11: The Jeffersonian Republic (1800-1812)<br />Learning Targets:<br />I can explain how Jefferson's moderation and compromises turned the " Revolution of 1800" into a relatively smooth transition of party control.<br />I can describe the conflicts between the Federalists and the Republicans over the judiciary and the important legal precedents that developed from these conflicts.<br />I can describe Jefferson's basic foreign policy goals and how he attempted to achieve them.<br />I can analyze the causes and effects of the Louisiana Purchase.<br />I can describe how America came to be caught up in the turbulent international conflict of the Napoleonic Wars.<br />I can describe the original intentions and actual results of Jefferson's embargo and explain why it failed.<br />I can explain why President Madison saw a new war with Britain as essential to maintain America's experiment in republican government.<br />Key Terms<br />" whispering campaigns" <br />" Revolution of 1800" <br />Aaron Burr<br />Excise tax<br />Albert Gallatin<br />Judiciary Act of 1801<br />" midnight judges" <br />John Marshall<br />William Marbury<br />Marbury v. Madison<br />Judicial reviewSamuel Chase<br />" judge breaking" <br />Barbary States<br />Tripolitan War<br />Napoleon Bonaparte<br />Toussaint L'Ouverture<br />Robert Livingston<br />Louisiana Purchase<br />Lewis and Clark Expedition<br />Sacajawea<br />Burr Conspiracies<br />Burr-Hamilton Duel<br />General James Wilkinson<br />Napoleonic Wars<br />Battle of Trafalgar<br />Battle of Austerlitz<br />Impressment<br />Chesapeake incident<br />Embargo Act of 1807<br />James Madison<br />Non-Intercourse Act of 1809<br />Macon's Bill No. 2<br />" submission men" <br />" war hawks" <br />Tecumseh<br />William Henry Harrison<br />Battle of Tippecanoe<br />Battle of the Thames<br />War of 1812<br />Reading Questions:<br />
      • What was the significance of the Jeffersonian "Revolution of 1800" in relation to the new republican experiment and the fierce political battles of the 1790s?
      • How did the conflict between Federalists and Republicans over the judiciary lead to a balance of power among political interests and different branches of governments?
      • What were the political and economic consequences of the Louisiana Purchase?
      • What was the essential idea behind Jefferson's imposition of the embargo, and why did it finally fail?
      • What were the causes of the War of 1812?