Nationalism and Sectionalism in the 1800's

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United States

 

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May 21, 2016

 

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Any effort to extend European political influence into the New World would be considered by the United States "as dangerous to our peace and safety." At the same time, the United States would not involve itself in European affairs or interfere with existing colonies in the Western Hemisphere. These principles became known as the Monroe Doctrine...
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These principles became known as the Monroe Doctrine. In 1819, settlers in Missouri requested admission to the Union. Its settlers came largely from the South, and it was expected that Missouri would be a slave state. The government did not want to have an unequal number of slave states and free states because of representation in the senate...
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