Was the constitution written after the American revolution and the Louisiana purchase?
After the Revolution, but before the Louisiana Purchase.
What happened first American revolution Louisiana purchase civil war settlement in Plymouth Massachusetts?
The settlement in Plymouth, Massachusetts came first. It was followed by, in order: American Revolution, Louisiana Purchase, Civil War. Read More
The US concluded the Louisiana Purchase from France in 1803. Read More
In 1803 President Jefferson bought the Louisiana Purchase from France. Read More
Ummm... The American Revolution, the Louisiana Purchase, the Third American Presidency, having children with black slaves... Maybe more? Read More
Napoleon's involvement in the Louisiana Purchase was that he SOLD Louisiana to the American colonies. Read More
If you are talking about before the American Revolution, it would be the French-Indian War, where the french and the Native Americans were against the American colonists and the British, and the British won. If you are talking about after the American revolution, it would be in the Louisiana Purchase, where Napoleon sold Louisiana and basically all of the Midwest to the American Govt really cheaply. Read More
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President Jefferson was reluctant to approve the Louisiana Purchase because he was not certain that it was legal. He was worried the constitution did not allow the purchase. Read More
Jefferson was unsure about the Louisiana Purchase because the Constitution did not have a section about purchasing land. He wasn't positive it was a legal move. Read More
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Was Jefferson's decision to purchase Louisiana based on a srtict or loose iterpretation of the constitution?
Loose contriction because no where in the Constitution does it state that the President can purchase land Read More
The young native American women who guided the explorers throughout the Louisiana purchase was Sacajawea. Read More
On what grounds would strict constructionists of the US Constitution have questioned the purchase of the Louisiana Territory?
On the grounds that the president was not specifically given the power to purchase new lands is why the strict constructionists of the US constitution would have questioned the purchase of the Louisiana Territory. The purchase doubled the US land size at the time. Read More
The constitution doesn't have anything about the purchase of land. Strict federalist or constitutionalist don't want anything that isn't in the constitution. Read More
It sold the Louisiana Purchase to the United States. Read More
He had a strict interpretation of the Constitution. Read More
The president used powers not given to his office in the constitution. Read More
Nothing was given in the constitution about buying land. Read More
There was nothing in the constitution about buying land. Read More
HE USUALLY EMBRACED A STRICT INTERPRETATION of the constitution Read More
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Politically the Louisiana purchase was a nightmare, since there is nowhere in the Constitution that allows for the Executive branch to spend public funds to expand the boundaries. Jefferson's platform for his presidential election was based on following the Constitution. Read More
He is very strict in following the Constitution, so when he was offered the Louisiana territory he hesitated because no where in the Constitution does it say about the President's right to buy land. Read More
The purchase of Louisiana posed a problem for Jefferson because the Constitution did not allow him the power to buy territory. It was eventually purchased via a treaty. Read More
The Louisiana Purchase, The Mexican American War, The Purchase of Alaska and the Annexation of Texas. Read More
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There should be strict adherence to the Constitution. Read More
What had to be done in order to make the Louisiana Purchase permissible within the framework of the Constitution?
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Was Jeffersons purchase of the Louisiana based on a strict or loose interpretation of the constitution?
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In 1806 the Louisiana Purchase was open territory with no settlement except for Native American villages. So, the answer to your question is none. Read More
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Jefferson viewed the louisiana purchase as vital to american national interests because it would enlarge the american territory, it is said the more territories you have , the more powerful you are. Read More
The Federalist opposed the Louisiana because of the fact that it was not written in the Constitution. The Federalist were Strict Constructionists which meant that they believed decisions should only be made if it is in the Constitution. Read More
The president used powers not given to his office in the constitution Read More
He was unsure if the purchase was allowed by the constitution. Read More
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No - not explicitly. This fact concerned Jefferson when the Louisiana Purchase came up for consideration. Read More
He wasn't sure if it was contitutiional to purchase land if it wasnt in the constitution he wouldn't do it Read More
Louisiana is on the North American continent, specifically it is one of the United States of America. It was bought from the French in 1803 by way of the Louisiana Purchase. Read More
After the revolution the first addition of a large amount of land to our nation's territory came as a result of the?
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The French Revolution ended in 1799 and in 1803 France sold the Louisiana Purchase to the United States. Read More
What power granted to the president by the constitution made it legal to purchase the Louisiana territory in 1803?
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