The triumphs and travails of the

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In the spring of , Jefferson sent William Clark and Meriwether Lewis to explore this new territory. Spain posed no real threat. The nation became sectionalized. The War Hawks cried that the only way to get rid of the Indians was to wipe out their base, Canada, since the British had helped the Indians. Jefferson had to rely on his casual charm because his party was so disunited still. Burr was arrested and tried for treason. Hateful of Jefferson, many wanted to vote for Burr Deadlocked for months Alexander Hamilton and John Adams persuaded a few House members to change their votes if the House voted for Burr it would doom the Federalist Party Finally, Jefferson was elected to the presidency. Jefferson had been a strict interpreter of the Constitution, but he was now using a loose interpretation. Madison Judiciary Act of Passed by the Federalists in their last days Packed newly created judgeships with Federalist-backing men to prolong their legacy. For over three decades, the ghost of Alexander Hamilton spoke through the lanky, black-robed judge. The other was the harassed public official, who made the disturbing discovery that bookish theories worked out differently in the noisy arena of practical politics. Even Jefferson himself admitted that the embargo was three times more costly than war, and he could have built a strong navy with a fraction of the money lost. The new secretary of the treasury, Albert Gallatin, reduced the national debt substantially while balancing the budget.

The Senate failed to muster enough votes to convict and removed Chase. Impressment illegal seizure of men and forcing them to serve on ships of American seamen also infuriated the U.

Thus, a disunited America had to fight both Old England and New England in the War ofsince Britain was the enemy while New England tried everything that they could do to frustrate American ambitions in the war.

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Indian issues — Americans were still upset about British guns being giving to Indians. Until the case of Marbury vs.

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Napoleon Bonaparte induced the king of Spain to cede to France, for attractive considerations, the immense trans-Mississippi region for Louisiana, which included the New Orleans area. Opposition to the Federalists was the chief glue holding them together and as the Federalists faded, so did Democratic Republican Unity. England was clearly wrong, but Jefferson still clung to peace. Jefferson seemed to be waging war on his fellow citizens rather than on the offending foreign powers. Of course, Napoleon lied, and never really lifted restrictions, but meanwhile, America had been duped into entering European affairs against Great Britain. Burr was arrested and tried for treason. Had they done so, the nation probably would have been engulfed in war with both Spain and France. The commerce of New England was harmed more than that of France and Britain. Illegal trade mushroomed in people resorted to smuggling again. The other was the harassed public official, who made the disturbing discovery that bookish theories worked out differently in the noisy arena of practical politics. Napoleon had his opportunity: in August of , he announced that French commercial restrictions had been lifted, and Madison, desperate for recognition of the law, declared France available for American trade. If it failed, Jefferson feared the Republic would perish, subjugated to the European powers or sucked into their ferocious war. The small, mobile gunboats used in the Tripolitan War fascinated Jefferson, and he spent money to build about of them zippy and fast, but they did little against large battleships. Hateful of Jefferson, many wanted to vote for Burr Deadlocked for months Alexander Hamilton and John Adams persuaded a few House members to change their votes if the House voted for Burr it would doom the Federalist Party Finally, Jefferson was elected to the presidency.

Madison, controversy had clouded the question of who had the final authority to determine the meaning of the Constitution. The other was the harassed public official, who made the disturbing discovery that bookish theories worked out differently in the noisy arena of practical politics.

He also kicked away the excise tax, but otherwise left the Hamiltonian system intact. In the spring ofJefferson sent William Clark and Meriwether Lewis to explore this new territory.

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Had they done so, the nation probably would have been engulfed in war with both Spain and France. Burr was arrested and tried for treason.

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