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Use this History of The American Journey video entitled The Triumph and Collapse of Jeffersonian Republicanism 1800-1824 to study a survey of the Republican era from 1800 to 1824 by covering the presidential administrations of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe. Learn about the final collapse of the Federalist party; the domination and eventual transformation of the Republican party; early 19th century territorial expansion; the War of 1812; the tensions between nationalism and sectionalism; the initiation of the national debate on slavery with the Missouri Compromise; and the collapse of the Republican party in the election of 1824.

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