discussing whether the War of 1812 can be considered the last phase of the founding/revolution, using terms and concepts from the course to support the argument.

We do not sell pre-written papers. Place your order now and have this paper written for you at an affordable price. Order Now

Order Now

discussing whether the War of 1812 can be considered the last phase of the founding/revolution, using terms and concepts from the course to support the argument.

Make sure to explain, and define at least 2-3 specific terms, examples and/or concepts from the course in your answers to help demonstrate your knowledge and argument. (Reminder: You MUST include in your discussion a explanation/definition of the ‘Specific Special Term’ from lecture.)
The list of terms can be found in the textbook, in Lecture Presentation, outline and in my lecture itself. Terms can be used from any part of the class we have already covered.
Question:
Do you think it is fair to say that the the War of 1812 was the last phase of our founding/revolution? Why or why not?
terms:
COMPROMISE OF 1790
WHISKEY REBELLION
THE FEDERALIST PAPERS
FEDERALIST
ANTI-FEDERALIST
ALEXANDER HAMILTON
THOMAS JEFFERSON
JOHN ADAMS
ALIEN AND SEDITION ACTS
QUASI WAR WITH FRANCE/XYZ AFFAIR
THE REVOLUTION OF 1800
TWELFTH AMENDMENT HAMILTON-BURR DUEL
REVEREND RICHARD ALLEN
GABRIEL’S REBELLION SALLY HEMINGS
LOUISIANA PURCHASE
LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION
THE WAR OF 1812
BATTLE OF FORT MCHENRY
JAMES MADISON
DOLLEY MADISON
FRANCIS SCOTT KEY
JAMES MONROE
ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS
MONROE DOCTRINE

We do not sell pre-written papers. Place your order now and have this paper written for you at an affordable price. Order Now

Order Now

Scroll to Top