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HST201 Defining Democracy

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Catherine McNeur

on 1 November 2017

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Transcript of HST201 Defining Democracy

1830
1840
1820
Defining Democracy
James Tallmadge
Missouri: Slave or Free?
Missouri Compromise (1820)
Thomas Jefferson
“a fire bell in the
night” which
“awakened me
with terror.”
The debates over Missouri were...
Denmark Vesey & the Slave Plot in Charleston (1822)
Andrew Jackson
"Universal Manhood Suffrage"
George Caleb Bingham, "The County Election"
Peggy Eaton Affair (1831)
Nullification Crisis (1832)
John C. Calhoun
The Bank War (1832)
Panic of 1837
Voting by Ticket
Rally for William Henry Harrison, 1840
"keep the ball rolling"
"Tallmadge Amendment" (1819): prohibited the "introduction of slavery or involuntary servitude... except for the punishment of crimes" in Missouri.
House passed it; Senate rejected it.
Campaigning in Print
newspapers, biographies, pamphlets, posters
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