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Jefferson and Domestic & Foreign Policies

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Tyrique Lancaster

on 5 November 2012

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Transcript of Jefferson and Domestic & Foreign Policies

Midnight Judges (1801) A group of judges that was appointed to go to the federal courts to have a long term federalist influence. They were appointed by John Adams the night before he left office.
Midnight judges were significant because it prevented a problem for incoming President Jefferson, because they received lifetime appointments and would have had a political and ideological impact on the US government.
Midnight Judges is a Domestic Policy because it deals with the United States Government. Barbary States (1801) The Barbary states are Tripoli, Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco of North Africa.
“Barbary States” is significant because it led to war such as the Tripolitan War, with North Africa Barbary States.
The “Barbary States” was a Foreign Policy because United States soldiers was sent to Africa to fight in war with the Barbary States. Marbury v.Madison (1803) Louisiana Purchase (1803) Thomas Jefferson purchased 828,000 square miles of land, Louisiana for 15 million dollars from Napoleon Bonaparte the leader of France.
The Louisiana Purchase was significant because it provide continued access to the Gulf of Mexico, and the Mississippi River port of New Orleans. The Mississippi/Ohio river system was a transportation system for US commerce.
The "Louisiana Purchase" was both Domestic and Foreign policy because the purchase was help for US commerce and the US bought from a foreign country. Corps of Discovery (1804) Embargo act (1807) A law passed forbidding all exportation of goods from the United States.
The "Embargo Act" is significant because it destroyed New England's shipping capacity,
The Act is both Domestic and Foreign Policy because it harmed the American market, and at the same time increased the capital and labor in the New England textile and other manufacturing industries. Non-intercourse Act (1809) Reopened trade with all nations except England and France.
The Act was significant because it gave farmers, the American Market, and etc. back on track.
The Act is both Domestic and Foreign because the United States was able to trade with other foreign nations. Impressment (1812) A small expeditionary group, whose mission was to explore the uncharted West.
The "Corps of Discovery" is significant because it gave them a chance to experience lands, rivers and peoples that no Americans ever had before.
The "Corps of Discovery" is a Foreign Policy because they are exploring other places. William Marbury, a justice of the peace for D.C ,appointed by President Adams. Marbury learned that his commission was being shelved by the new secretary of state, James Madison, he sued for its delivery.
The "Marbury v. Madison" was a significant because it established judicial review in American courts.
The "Marbury v. Madison" is a Domestic Policy because it dealt with the American courts. The "Impressment" took men into a navy by force and with or without notice.
"Impressment was significant because that was the way countries recruited soldiers.
The "Impressment is Foreign Policy because it deals with recruiting soldiers all over.
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