Sunday
December 21, 2014

Homework Help: history

Posted by history on Monday, April 20, 2009 at 8:08pm.

show how the ideas of the competing political positions on the creation of the new national government continued down to at least the time of the Civil War.

so far i have..
the federalists pushed important new measures through Congress like the Alien and Sedition Acts, under which the President gained the right to imprision or deport citiczens of other countries residing in the U.S.
Jefferson adn Madison responded to this act with the Virgina and Kentucky resolutions. these resolutions argued that the states had the right to judge whether federal laws agreed with the COnstitution..
i think i can also add how the issue of slavery and union's power was debated in the 1840s and 1850s..
In 1854, Douglas introduced the Kansas-Nebraska Act in the Senate. This act supported the practice of popular sovereignty, or letting the people in a territory decide whether slavery would be allowed there. He knew that this act would make Southerners happy. After all, it raised the possibility that Kansas and Nebraska might become slave states, which would have been impossible under the Missouri Compromise.
anything else?

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

US History - Can I get some links to help me write this essay, please? 'Show how...
history - please help me with this question, thank you for anyy help show how ...
history - show how the ideas of the competing political positions on the ...
Social Stydies (History) - What happened that started the creation of the ...
History 12 - What does lenin have to do with Tsarism, World War 1, March ...
history - After the War of 1812, there emerged a group of Republicans who urged...
history - What would be some supporting ideas to the statement the north didn't ...
world history - Political instability between competing states during the period...
history/how wars affect government power - Analyze (using specific examples) how...
us history - "the american war is over, but this is far from being the case with...

Search
Members