The Jeffersonian Age: 1800 - 1824 (5)

Choose the correct word for each question.
Henry Clay's idea to raise a protective tariff whose revenues would provide funds for roads and canals that would link the nation.
This 1801 law was a last-ditch attempt by the Federalists to bequeath a conservative judiciary to the Jeffersonians.
This further decreased the friction between the U. S. and Britain when this agreement peaceably adjusted their boundaries along the Great Lakes.
As the author of the Monroe Doctrine, he warned the European powers not to extend their imperial system to the Western Hemisphere.
This Anglo-American agreement restored territories to their original status before the War of 1812.
This "midnight judge" lost his case for appointment in a celebrated Supreme Court decision.
The process of taking of sailors off of American ships by the British and claiming that they were Englishmen who had deserted the Royal Navy.
This Federalist judge was impeached, but not convicted, because of seditious speech.
The time of James Monroe's presidency when the Democratic-Republican party was unchallenged by a major political rival.
A group of U. S. Congressmen from the western states who urged that the U. S. declare war against Britain in 1812.
This northern Federalist expression of frustration at no longer controlling the "Virginia dynasty", was a meeting in which legitimate worries about future embargoes, expansionism, declarations of war, etc., were expressed.
The negotiated sale of Spain's territories in eastern and western Florida to the U. S. for $5 million.
It prohibited slavery north of the 36 30' line.
Henry Clay's alleged shifting of electoral votes in the House to John Quincy Adams in the 1824 election in exchange for his appointment as Secretary of State.
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