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					Study for Chapter 7, Section 2
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Chapter 7, Section 2

Nationalism at Center Stage
II.Nationalism at Center Stage
 A.Federal government was increasing its
   power while the states were increasing their
   economies.
  B. Two significant Supreme Court decisions
  1. McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)
  2. Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)
C. Nationalism Shapes Foreign Policy
   1. John Quincy Adams and Nationalism
   2. Treaty with Britain
   3. Adams- Onis Treaty with Spain
   4. Monroe Doctrine
D. Nationalism Pushes America West
   1. Jim Beckwourth
   2. Balance between free and slave
      states
   3. 1819- Missouri asks to enter the
     Union, but a statehood bill would
     allow gradually free its slaves.
     Blocked bills’ passage in the Senate.
4. AL entered as a slave state, and the
admittance of MO would tip the scales
in favor of one. Would upset the balance.
5. Henry Clay’s Missouri Compromise- to
preserve the balance.
6. South of 36 30 North Latitude- slavery
was legal.
7. North of the line- slavery was banned.
Gibbons v. Ogden
John Quincy Adams
1818-1819
James Monroe
Huntsville, Alabama 1819
 Constitution Hall- left
Henry Clay
         Ch 7, S2
II. Nationalism at Center Stage
    A. Federal government was increasing its power while the states were
           increasing their economies.
    B. Two significant Supreme Court decisions
         1. McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)
         2. Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)
    C. Nationalism Shapes Foreign Policy
         1. John Quincy Adams and Nationalism
         2. Treaty with Britain
         3. Adams- Onis Treaty- with Spain
         4. Monroe Doctrine
    D. Nationalism Pushes America West
         1. Jim Beckwourth
         2. Balance between free and slave states
         3. 1819- Missouri asks to enter the Union, but a statehood bill would allow
                gradually free its slaves. Blocked bills’ passage in the Senate.
         4. AL entered as a slave state, and the admittance of MO would tip the scales in
                favor of one. Would upset the balance.
         5. Henry Clay’s Missouri Compromise- to preserve the balance.
         6. South of 36 30 North Latitude- slavery was legal.
         7. North of the line- slavery was banned.
                 Review Questions
1. Discuss the following Supreme Court cases:
   a. Gibbons v. Ogden
   b. McCulloch v. Maryland
   c. Fletcher v. Peck
   d. Dartmouth v. Woodward

2. Discuss the following policies:
   a. Rush- Bagot Treaty
   b. Adams- Onis Treaty
   c. Monroe Doctrine

3. Why did settlers begin moving west?

4. How did the Missouri Compromise temporarily settle the growing
   tensions between the North and the South over slavery?

5. What did the Monroe Doctrine specifically warn European nations from
   doing?

				
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