Presidents from Adams Through Polk, 1825-1849: Debating the Issues in Pro and Con Primary Documents
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2005 - 138 páginas
It was the Era of Good Feelings, but all was not well with the young Republic. From 1825 to 1849, presidents John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren, William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, and James K. Polk grappled with the legacy of the Monroe Doctrine, Indian removal, territorial expansion, the National Bank, tariffs, economic depressions, War with Mexico, near war with Great Britain, and the place of slavery in the growing nation.
As one would expect from confident citizens of the burgeoning young country, conflicting arguments swirled around the hot-button issues of the day. This rich resource of primary documents enables students to read these arguments first hand, and feel the passions and study the logic driving their often forceful positions.
All of the primary documents are annotated and placed into historical context. A thorough index concludes the work.
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William Henry Harrison and John Tyler 1841 and 18411845
The Slave Trade
The Caroline Affair
The Annexation of Texas
The Second Bank of the United States
American Indians and the US Government
The Spoils System
The Eaton Affair
Marting Van Buren 18371841
The Economic Panic of 1837
Slavery and Abolitionists
The United States Great Britain and Canada
The Independent Treasury Plan
Texas and the United States