Period 4: 1800-1848

Carter Rhodes

Marbury V Madison (1803)

  • Previously appointed commissions refused to Marbury
  • Court ruled in favor of Marbury
  • Established judicial Review
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Macon´s Bill No. 2 (1810)

  • Became law in the U.S. on May 14, 1810
  • Replaced the Non-Intercourse Act (1809)
  • Attempt to motivate Britain and France to discontinue their policies of impressment

Jackson´s Bank Wars (1829-1837)

  • Jackson believed the National Bank was corrupt and unconstitutional

American Literature

The Temperance Crusade (Early 19th Century)

  • Against alcohol
  • Most successful reform movement
  • Religious in nature
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NAT-1: During this era, as events such as the War of 1812 and the Era of Good Feelings united the nation, a new sense of nationalism developed among the people.

POL-3: Religious movements, such as the Second Great Awakening, led to many other reform movements which would become a distinct characteristic of the period.