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HY 314 Study Guide Exam 1

by: Victoria Miller

HY 314 Study Guide Exam 1 HY 314

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Here's a brief study guide that summarizes everything Kevin talked about that could possibly be on the exam Monday. Happy Studying!
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Date Created: 09/22/16
Midterm 1 Study Guide Remember, when it comes to grading, make an argument on your essay, don’t just state facts.  Big movements of the period o Banks o Tarif o Political parties o Slavery o Indian Removal o Internal improvements  Political Parties o 1816, one party, Democratic Republicans  Starts to factionalize nd o 2 Party System  Democrats and Whigs  Go over their diferent view of policy and man  Dems: hate anything institutional (leave me alone!)  Hate big government  Andrew Jackson! (and Van Buren) o Maysville Road veto o Indian Removal o Killed the BUS o Nullification crisis  Force Bill  Whigs: government can help people to do great things  Government can actually make people more free and more equal  Henry Clay  American System  Internal improvements  Win just once o William Henry Harrison  Slavery o Nat Turner’s Rebellion  Consequence was that it made slave codes a lot stricter; it was now illegal to educate slaves/teach them to read o Missouri Compromise o Gag Rule  Wouldn’t talk about petitions about slavery in the House.  North/Whigs didn’t like it because the right to petition must be protected o Nullification crisis about sovereignty and state’s rights  South Carolina tested it with the Tarif but it was really a test to see if this was a viable option in defending the institution of slavery against a hypothetical federal law against it  Era of Good Feelings o Monroe o Only 1 political party: Democratic Republicans o End of War of 1812  learn we need government and can’t go on living in a purely agrarian nation like Jeferson had invisioned o Period of active government th o 1ndCongress o 2 National Bank  Was it constitutional? o Tarif of 1816  1 protective tarif in our nation’s history  to protect industry  Constitutional? o Internal improvements  National/Cumberland Road  Are they Constitutional or nah? o This is where the party starts to split  National Republicans and Democrats o John Quincy Adams  tries to perpetuate Era  Corrupt bargain  Divides party even further because of how popular Jackson was and people felt he got screwed  Andrew Jackson and Banks o What did Jackson do and what were the consequences? o Don’t trust banks  Because didn’t trust foreign investors o It’s corrupt and too powerful o Takes advantage of the common man o National Republicans like it: why?  Creates economic stability  Place to put tax receipts  Regulates smaller banks o Kills/vetoes the bank  Jackson’s veto message  Sets up pet banks o Pays of national debt with Specie Reform  Kills paper money so speculators can’t use it o Panic of 1837 & 1839  Van Buren  Indian Removal o Opens up Southwest for white settlers o Kills lots of Native Americans o Reinvigorates slavery because it’s not doing well in Chesapeake region, gives those slaves more value now that slavery can be expanded westward to farm cotton  Missouri Compromise o Missouri wanted to come in a slave state  Tallmadge Amendment suggested gradual emancipation  South doesn’t want to give up balance in the Senate o Maine comes in as a free state, and Missouri as a slave state o Anything that comes in future will be either free or slave depending on its geographic location to the 36’30 line  Cotton is King o Reinvigorates slavery o Southern economy explodes but doesn’t diversify or industrialize  Transportation Revolution o Roads, canals, railroads, steamboats o Opens up the west o Makes New York City a huge financial hub o Makes the US a viable trading partner  Communications revolution o Sped up distribution  Helps voting  Democrats  Amos Kendall


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