The Jeffersonian Era: Jefferson Leads the Nation. Chapter 9. SWBATs. Compare “strict” versus “loose” interpretations of the Constitution. Describe how the Marbury v. Madison case empowered the Supreme Court. Label a map of the USA of 1806 (done).
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
The Jeffersonian Era:Jefferson Leads the Nation
Are you a “strict” or “loose” interpreter of your parents’ rules?
What do TJ’s acts
Say about continuity
Is this a Check or Balance?
The American System
The Missouri Compromise
The Monroe Doctrine
Question? How does the Government help achieve National Economic Growth?
*Industrial North supplies manufactured goods (factories)
*Agricultural South supply cotton
*Agricultural West supply foodstuffs
Draw a picture!
A new agreement was struck over incorporating new states into the Union..
1787 slavery prohibited in the NW Territory
1819 Missouri applied for statehood allowing slavery Maine applied for statehood, also
Congress Struggled over it
Missouri Compromise: at 36°30’, free north & slave south, except Missouri which gets its slaves, and Maine does not.
So, Monroe draws a line in the sand…
European powers are not to interfere in American continental affairs.
Do not create any new colonies.
Do not overthrow independent republics.
These actions will be considered as threats to our safety and peace.
The USA will stay out of European affairs and will not interfere in existing colonies