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by: Yousef Afifi


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Date Created: 02/13/15
History Summary The Alien amp Sedition acts 1798 were designed to increase opposition to the republican party The Alien act discouraged settlements to America and less people emigrated there The Virginia and Kentucky compromises were designed by Jefferson to counter the alien act The acts were eventually repealed after Jefferson took office War of 1812 led to instability of financial markets and highlighted the main deficiencies of the United States including the banking sector transportation and financials The instability of the banking sector prompted congress to create a second national bank after the first bank s charter expired The overpopulation of Americans led to a great migration between 18001820 Thomas Jefferson James Madison James Monroe and John Quincy Adams were all secretaries of state before they became president and they were all republicans Although the Republican party was the sole ruling party in America for a brief time it split apart in 1820 into the democratic republican party the democrats and the national republican party the Whigs The democratic republicans favored more Jeffersonian ideas of a free market economy with less government interference The Whigs wanted more federal oversight and a more centralized government The Monroe doctrine dictated that no other European power was to attempt to colonize any North American territory John Quincy Adams was the son of John Adams John Quincy Adams urged Andrew Jackson to accept responsibility for their actions against the Indians in Florida during the Seminole war


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