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Title: Unit 3: The New Republic and Jacksonian Democracy


1
Unit 3 The New Republic and Jacksonian Democracy
  • 1789-1830

NOTEBOOKS OUT!
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Remember our timeline
1607 1763 1776 1783 1787 1789
1800 1820
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The New Government
  • The Declaration of Independence
  • Independence
  • No more monarchy
  • All men are created equal
  • Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
  • Government derives its authority from the PEOPLE

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The New Government
  • The Constitution
  • The Declaration of Independence
  • Independence
  • No more monarchy
  • All men are created equal
  • Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
  • Government derives its authority from the PEOPLE
  • Equality and liberty
  • Rights of people and states
  • Republicanism
  • Balance of power
  • Division of power

6
Political Parties Today
  • What are the 2 main parties in the U.S.?
  • What issues does each side support?
  • What issues are debated in elections?
  • Who is running for Illinois Governor?

7
U.S. History 10/30/2014
  • Goal By the end of the lesson you will
    understand the main differences between Hamilton
    and Jeffersons ideologies and constituents
  • Agenda
  • Full Class Reading Pg. 184
  • Full Class Lecture Discussion Washingtons
    Cabinet, Overview Jefferson vs. Hamilton (end at
    1045)
  • Individual Activity Post-Its to differentiate TJ
    vs. AH (15)
  • Partner Closer Discussion Beliefs of early
    parties (10)
  • Ms. C. checks in homework
  • HOMEWORK Finish the T-chart in your notes using
    Page 185. Answer the 2 questions beneath the
    chart on 185 as well. Due tomorrow

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Politics in the New Republic
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George Washington
  • Reluctant leader
  • Elected in 1788 and 1792
  • Retired after 2 terms
  • Surrounded himself with educated and opinionated
    advisors in his Cabinet

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Battle of Ideas in Washingtons cabinet
THOMAS JEFFERSON
ALEXANDER HAMILTON
versus
(Secretary of State)
(Secretary of the Treasury)
MAKE A T-CHART IN YOUR NOTES
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What ideas were debated in Washingtons Cabinet?
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • A limited national government
  • Americas best people virtuous citizen
    farmers

13
What ideas were debated in Washingtons Cabinet?
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • A limited national government
  • Americas best people virtuous citizen
    farmers
  • Economy based on farming.
  • Wants to pay off all debts and limit government
    banking

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What ideas were debated in Washingtons Cabinet?
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • A limited national government
  • Americas best people virtuous citizen
    farmers
  • Economy based on farming.
  • Wants to pay off all debts and limit government
    banking
  • A unique, agrarian Republic of virtue

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What ideas were debated in Washingtons Cabinet?
  • Alexander Hamilton
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • A powerful national government
  • Americas best people the educated elites
  • A limited national government
  • Americas best people virtuous citizen
    farmers
  • Economy based on farming.
  • Wants to pay off all debts and limit government
    banking
  • A unique, agrarian Republic of virtue

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What ideas were debated in Washingtons Cabinet?
  • Alexander Hamilton
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • A powerful national government
  • Americas best people the educated elites
  • Economy based on commerce manufactures
  • Wants the government to assume debt to get
    support of businessmen.
  • A limited national government
  • Americas best people virtuous citizen
    farmers
  • Economy based on farming.
  • Wants to pay off all debts and limit government
    banking
  • A unique, agrarian Republic of virtue

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What ideas were debated in Washingtons Cabinet?
  • Alexander Hamilton
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • A powerful national government
  • Americas best people the educated elites
  • Economy based on commerce manufactures
  • Wants the government to assume debt to get
    support of businessmen.
  • A powerful world competitor like Britain
  • A limited national government
  • Americas best people virtuous citizen
    farmers
  • Economy based on farming.
  • Wants to pay off all debts and limit government
    banking
  • A unique, agrarian Republic of virtue

18
Post-It Activity
  • Expectations
  • Put a Post-It on each poster
  • Walk around the room quietly and at your own
    pacethis is an individual activity!
  • Write your answer on the back of the Post-It (as
    to not sway your classmates)
  • When asked to explain, write your reasoning
  • Sit when you are finished (you may start your
    homework)
  • What are the main differences between Hamilton
    and Jefferson in terms of their ideologies and
    constituents?

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Mystery Quotes
  • Unless your government is respectable,
    foreigners will invade your rights and to
    maintain tranquility you must be respectable
    even to observe neutrality you must have a strong
    government.

20
Mystery Quotes
  • I am not among those who fear the people. They,
    and not the rich, are our dependence for
    continued freedom.

21
Closer How did these 2 different ideologies lead
to the creation of 2 political parties?
  • What were the 2 main parties?
  • Which party did Jefferson ascribe to? Hamilton?
  • What did each side believe?
  • Which party today has roots in a party from the
    Hamilton/Jefferson era? Explain.

22
Opener
  • If Hamilton and Jefferson were two modern
    presidential candidates
  • Which Americans would vote for each candidate?
  • Who would win the election? Who would win more
    popular votes? Explain your answers!

23
Agenda
  • Opener Modern take on TJ vs. AH
  • Lecture and Discussion Differences in the 2
    parties
  • Mystery Quotes
  • Individual Reading
  • Full Class Vocabulary
  • Full Class Analysis 1 7 (textbook)
  • Partner Analysis
  • No Homework

24
Political Parties political men adopt different
political ideologies? 2 major parties form
VS.
  • Democratic-Republicans
  • Limited government
  • Strict reading of the Constitution


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Political Parties political men adopt different
political ideologies? 2 major parties form
VS.
  • Democratic-Republicans
  • Limited government
  • Strict reading of the Constitution
  • Agrarian economy
  • Lots of participation by common people


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Political Parties political men adopt different
political ideologies? 2 major parties form
VS.
  • Democratic-Republicans
  • Limited government
  • Strict reading of the Constitution
  • Agrarian economy
  • Lots of participation by common people
  • Federalists
  • Strong government.
  • Loose reading of the Constitution

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Political Parties political men adopt different
political ideologies? 2 major parties form
VS.
  • Democratic-Republicans
  • Limited government
  • Strict reading of the Constitution
  • Agrarian economy
  • Lots of participation by common people
  • Federalists
  • Strong government.
  • Loose reading of the Constitution.
  • Commercial economy
  • Trust in elite control

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Happy Halloween
  • Please have a fun and safe weekend
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vamPLNo7SOwg

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Textbook References
  • Page 184 Jefferson vs. Hamiltonbackground
  • Page 185 Jefferson vs. Hamiltonviews of govt
  • Page 191 Democratic-Republicans vs.
    Federalistsstyles of dress
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